The symposium ‘Our (Queer) Caribbean’ co-organised by Prof. Thomas Glave, Race in the Americas (RITA), and the Centre for Integrated Caribbean Research will take place on 26th October 2018, at Senate House, University of London.
The keynote address will be delivered by Prof. Alison Donnell, and there will be a roundtable discussion featuring Philip Dayle, Thomas Glave, Dorothea Smartt and Laurence Scott.
The symposium will explore: How have Caribbean queer perspectives and Caribbean LGBTQI activism changed since Our Caribbean (Glave ed. 2008)? What new insights and social/political realities have emerged since the publication of this ground-breaking collection of queer writing from the Antilles?
How have Caribbean queer perspectives and Caribbean LGBTQI activism changed since Our Caribbean? What new insights and social/political realities have emerged since the publication of this ground-breaking 2008 collection of queer writing from the Antilles?
Copies of the ‘birthday book’, the Our Caribbean anthology, will be on sale during the symposium, at a discounted price of £21.00, and can be signed by some of the contributors and the editor, Thomas Glave, who we are delighted to welcome to Senate House.
This event is free but, due to space constraints, advance registration is essential. For the full programme and to register, please visit: https://ilas.sas.ac.uk/events/event/16908.