On Whose Terms?: Ten Years On – Critical Negotiations in Black British Literature and the Arts
Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. March 22nd-23rd 2018
The 2008 landmark conference ‘On Whose Terms?: Critical Negotiations in Black British Literature and the Arts focused upon local, international and transnational engagements with Black British literature and the Arts, to trace the multiple – real and imaginary – routes through its production, reception and cultural politics. The 2018 return conference, ‘On Whose Terms?: Ten Years On… aims to chart what has happened throughout the past the decade. As substantial reclamations in cultural histories continue to expand and revise the horizons of knowledge, recent cultural and technological changes have also propelled new mechanisms of success as well as marginalization, invisibility and exclusion. This return conference offers a platform for incorporating the developments and questions concerning the impact of globalization and digitization, posthumanism and biopolitics, visuality and materiality. For more information and the call for papers, click here.
- Dateien: First_call_for_papersFeb2017.pdf