On July 2, a day-long symposium will be held at the University of Birmingham to mark the arrival of Stuart Hall’s archive at the Cadbury Research Library. For the schedule of events and to book your tickets, visit the website. Network member Asha Rogers is one of the organizers, and James Proctor is one of the panelists.
An exciting opportunity for a two year postdoctoral position has just been announced:
The School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics is seeking to appoint a postdoctoral Research Associate (full-time for two years) to undertake a project that will expand and enhance the work of postcolonial studies, diasporic and world literatures at Newcastle. The post is funded by the University’s Research Investment Fund and aims to build on the School’s world-leading research in the areas of African-Caribbean, black Atlantic, black British, South Asian and anti-colonial literary/cultural production and builds upon the ongoing international collaboration between Newcastle and New York University: ‘Postcolonial Print Cultures.’
For full details, see the job posting at https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BOW678/research-associate-postcolonial-diasporic-world-literatures-b178123r
The Postcolonial Print Cultures International Research Network is proud to announce its third conference, “The Form of Ideology and the Ideology of Form: Local Debates, Internationalisms, and Print Cultures Between Decolonisation and the Cold War.” The conference will be held January 11-12, 2019 at SOAS, London. For more information, including participants, abstracts, and the schedule of events, please see the dedicated conference page.
Please join us on November 2nd at New York University for our one-day conference!