Call for Papers

  • EXTENDED DEADLINE: Call for Papers – 7th Global Reggae Conference – Feb 2022
    The Institute of Caribbean Studies is pleased to announce the staging of the 7th Global Reggae Conference. Please see the call for papers including relevant details below for your information and circulation. Call for papers 7th Global Reggae Conference ‘Reggae Films, Reggae Icons, Reggae Music’ February 16-19, 2022, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, MONA CAMPUS The Institute of Caribbean Studies ...
  • Call for Papers – 7th Global Reggae Conference – Feb 2022
    The Institute of Caribbean Studies is pleased to announce the staging of the 7th Global Reggae Conference. Please see the call for papers including relevant details below for your information and circulation. Call for papers 7th Global Reggae Conference ‘Reggae Films, Reggae Icons, Reggae Music’ February 16-19, 2022, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, MONA CAMPUS The Institute of Caribbean Studies ...
  • The Legacy of DJ Kool Herc: Celebrating the Jamaican Roots of Hip HopThe Legacy of DJ Kool Herc: Celebrating the Jamaican Roots of Hip Hop
    April 16-18, 2020Click here to register online Call for papers deadline has been extended to January 15, 2020! Plenary Speakers Dr Murray Forman Dr. Christopher Emdin
  • 6th Global Reggae Conference 20196th Global Reggae Conference  2019
    Call for papers 6th Global Reggae Conference – Reggae Innovation and Sound System Culture II February 13-16, 2019, UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, MONA CAMPUS The University of the West Indies and Birmingham City University are delighted to announce the staging of the 6th Global Reggae Conference under the theme Reggae Innovation and Sound System Culture II. Hosted ...
  • 2018 CSA Conference2018 CSA Conference
    Education, Culture and Emancipatory thought in the Caribbean Havana, Cuba, 4th to 8th of June 2018 43rd Annual Conference, Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) This annual conference proposes integrating education, culture, and emancipatory thought as the fundamental reflexive axes for furthering the process of decolonisation in the Caribbean. All three concepts deepen our understanding of the re-appropriation and recuperation ...
  • Reggae Innovation and Sound System Culture 2018Reggae Innovation and Sound System Culture 2018
    MARCH 21st-22nd 2018 BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY, BIRMINGHAM Birmingham City University and The University of West Indies are delighted to announce a forthcoming international conference on reggae culture and sound system innovation, and give notice of a forthcoming call for conference papers. Information on submission processes will be published in December. The conference will be hosted in ...