Dr Pat Noxolo Discusses CARISCC
Dr Patricia Noxolo (University of Birmingham) discusses CARISCC and its call for creative responses to the theme of Caribbean In/Securities and Creativity.
Dr Pat Noxolo (University of Birmingham) explains the Leverhulme Trust-funded CARISCC project on Caribbean In/Securities and Creativity.
Professor Clare Anderson explains Convict Voyages, the first global history of penal colonies. Additional project information available here.
Decriminalising Homosexuality In The Caribbean: The Belize Case In Commonwealth Perspective And Beyond
Lord Goldsmith QC of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, former UK Attorney General, leads the legal team representing the Human Dignity Trust, the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, and the International Commission of Jurists in the UNIBAM case. Additional information available here.
Magnificat, part of the Jamaican Bible Project disseminated by Prof Robert Beckford, Professor of Theology and Culture in the African Diaspora Theology and Religious Studies, Canterbury Christ Church University.
Dr. Rosemarijn Hofte (Royal Netherlands Institute of South East Asian and Caribbean Studies) delivers “Terra incognita? An Integrated Approach to Studying the Dutch Caribbean” at the Institute of Latin American Studies.
The Divine, Faith, and Performance
Petra Kuivala (University of Helsinki) and Carlton Turner (University of Gloucestershire) present “The Divine, Faith, and Performance in Contemporary Religious Practises in the Caribbean” at the Institute of Latin American Studies.
Raul Castro’s Cuba: Evaluating The Reforms
Dr Emily Morris, Professor Antoni Kapcia and David Jessop discuss the social and economic reforms that have been introduced by Cuba’s president, Raul Castro, at the Institute of Latin American Studies.
Fifty years of Jamaican Independence: Developments and Impacts – Panel One
Derek O’Brien, Andrew Okola and Steven Wilson discuss 50 years of Jamaican independence from the UK at the Institute of Latin American Studies.