Message circulated by Dr Pat Noxolo.

Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Postgraduate Conference

Bregando: Navigating the Everyday

Friday, 28th April at Research Beehive

International and UK Post Graduate Researchers will consider issues such as Post truth, Deterritorialized testimonies, Precarious Films and Spirits of the Everyday. Our keynote lecture will be given by Dr Kerstin Oloff <> from Durham University and is titled Monsters of Neoliberalism: The Human-as-Waste in the Sacrifice Zone. We will also be screening a documentary  House on a Foreign Land/Casa en tierra ajena with a skype Q&A from the director.

The conference is open to all staff, students (UG and PG) and members of the public so if you know anyone who may be interested in attending please do pass this message on. Registration is free and lunch will be provided, along with a drinks reception at the close of the conference.

The art of bregar, coined by Arcadio Díaz Quiñones (2000), describes the constant sheer hard work involved in navigating with the positive and negative processes of everyday life. Across the Caribbean and Latin America, the art of bregar describes not only historical and cultural heritage, but also describes the unpretentious mechanisms of coping that constantly create new concepts and new intricacies of heritage and imaginaries in the present day.

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The final programme will be available soon, so please check the conference website for further updates: