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1st PGR Meeting Abstracts

Please see below the links to our research abstracts presented at the First Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity. Live discussions will take place today, 13th September 2016, at 4pm (GMT). Please join us for this event!

Feel free to comment on the abstracts by posting constructive reviews and/or questions via the reply boxes at the bottom of each abstract. We will be using on Twitter.

We will reply to all comments live, between 4-5pm (GMT) on 13th September, 2016.

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‘We have to be creative’: NGO financing in insecure times

‘We have to be creative’: NGO financing in insecure times

Author: Sarah G. Peck. First Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Terrorism : A ‘creative’ solution to social insecurity?

Terrorism : A ‘creative’ solution to social insecurity

Author: Mya Alexander-Owen. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Examining creative solutions to employment insecurities in Trinidad and Tobago through the use of “community media projects”

Examining creative solutions to employment insecurities in Trinidad and Tobago through the use of “community media projects”

Author: Rachel-Ann Charles. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Eight Images of Caribbean Women

Eight images of Caribbean women: Exploring issues of representation and ontological in/security through visual art

Author: Carol Dixon. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Doing ‘what wisdom dictates’: Localized forms of citizenship, ‘livity’, and the use of violence in the ‘commons’

Doing ‘what wisdom dictates’: Localized forms of citizenship, ‘livity’, and the use of violence in the ‘commons’

Author: Yonique Campbell. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Creative tourisms: Aestheticizing poverty and violence in Trench Town, Jamaica

Creative tourisms: Aestheticizing poverty and violence in Trench Town, Jamaica

Author: Alana Osbourne. First Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Before darkness falls, it is not futile to collect

Before darkness falls, it is not futile to collect:” Responses to a threatened culture in the creation of ethnographies of Haiti, 1928-1937

Author: Antony Stewart. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

Becoming an(other): A consideration of ‘disrupted migrations’

Becoming an(other): A consideration of ‘disrupted migrations’

Author: Patrick Williams. Postgraduate Conference on Caribbean In/securities and Creativity, in association with the Society for Caribbean Studies (SCS), and the Leverhulme-funded network ‘Caribbean In/securities and Creativity’ (CARISCC). Monday, 23 May 2016, University of Birmingham, UK.

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