University College Cork
22-23 July 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
Irish Caribbean Connections is an interdisciplinary conference that seeks to explore synergies between Ireland and the Caribbean islands. This event follows the vibrant Caribbean Irish Connections conference held at the University of the West Indies, Barbados, in 2012.
INTRODUCED BY JAHAN RAMAZANI
Lorna Goodison’s keynote is funded by the University College Cork Strategic Research Fund.
The organisers welcome proposals for papers across the range of disciplines, including but not confined to the following areas:
- the performing arts, drama, music, literature, and the visual arts
- cultural studies, postcolonial and transnational studies
- the Black and Green Atlantic
- diaspora, exile, migration, slavery, colonialism
- antislavery movements, revolution
- the Irish in the Caribbean
- travel writing
- Ireland and the Francophone and Hispanophone Caribbean
- history; geography; politics; archaeology; sociology; sociolinguistics; religion
- digital humanities; international digitization projects
Organisers: Lee Jenkins (University College Cork); Melanie Otto (Trinity College Dublin)
Abstracts (250 words) for 20-minute papers should be emailed to Lee Jenkins at email@example.com by 31st March 2016.
Irish-Caribbean Connections takes place just before the 2016 conference of IASIL (International Association for the Study of Irish Literature), to be held at University College Cork on 25-29 July. For details, visit http://iasil2016.com/
Click HERE to download a copy of the CFP.
Irish-Caribbean Connections is supported by the University College Cork Strategic Research Fund