Month: September 2013

‘AFFECTS and CREOLISATION’ PANEL DISCUSSION & LAUNCH

We are pleased to invite you to the launch of Feminist Review Special Issue 104: ‘Affects and Creolisation’ with a panel discussion including virtual conferencing to address the question: ‘Gendered Creolisation and its Affects: Who Cares?’
Date: Friday 20th September, 2013.
Confirmed panelists include Patricia Mohammed (University of the West Indies), Faith Smith (Brandeis, USA), Mina Karavanta (Athens, Greece) and editors Joan Anim-Addo and Suzanne Scafe..

Time: 6:30 – 8:30 London time (accommodates our dialogue with scholars in the Caribbean (1:30 – 3:00) and diaspora.)
Place: Goldsmiths
The ‘Affects & Creolisation’ special panel is the opening event of the conference: ‘PERSPECTIVES FROM “OTHER”CULTURES TRANSLATING CULTURE September 20-­‐22, 2013, Goldsmiths, University of London.

To reserve your place, RSVP via translatingcultures@gold.ac.uk. The launch event and the conference are free. Following the panel discussion, we’ll toast the new issue and network!