Dr Carol Ann Dixon’s review of the ‘Sahel’ exhibition (The Met, NYC, 2020). The content focuses primarily on the forms and expressions of material culture that emerged in the western Sahel, spanning key transitional periods from the dawn of ancient Ghana in the 4th century through to the fall of the Segu Empire in 1861.
CFP: “Museums as Spaces for Anti-Racism” – SIEF International Congress: Breaking the Rules? Power, Participation, Transgression (Online), 21-24 June 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS: The SIEF2021 International Congress “Breaking the Rules? Power, Participation, Transgression,” takes place online, 21-24 June 2021. The deadline for submitting paper proposals for the panel “Museums as Spaces for Anti-Racism” – co-convened by Dr Carol Ann Dixon (University of Sheffield, UK) and Dr Anna Rastas (Tampere University, Finland) – is 26 November 2020.
“Deconstructing Institutional Racism through a Decolonial Lens” was the title and theme of the first collaborative online event and discussion session hosted by Decolonial Dialogues (DD) in partnership with the Race, Ethnicity and Education Network (REEN), on 14th October 2020. The primary focus of this session centred on an artist’s talk and keynote presentation given […]
Call for Panels: Conference on Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities, 7-10 July 2021
The 8th biennial conference of the Afroeuropeans Network will take place at Vrije Universiteit Brussel [University in Brussels, Belgium], 7-10 July 2021. The key focus of the discussions at this international, interdisciplinary gathering will centre on ‘Intersectional Challenges in Afroeuropean Communities.’ CONFERENCE THEMES (AND ‘STREAMS’) Throughout the four-day programme a wide range of panel presentations, […]