Multiculturalisms: Theories and Practice. Date: 14-17.05.2012. Site: Newtown, UK. Deadline: 15.12.2011
The Reconstructing Multiculturalism Research Network and the Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory at Cardiff University are organizing an interdisciplinary conference on multiculturalisms from 14th – 17th May 2012.
The conference will be held at Gregynog Hall.
This residential conference centre is situated near Newtown in mid Wales. It is set in beautiful landscaped gardens and extensive grounds. The conference will bring together scholars and practitioners working in the broad areas of multiculturalism and cultural difference, across a wide range of disciplines, social and cultural texts and practices.
- Handel Wright – Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia
- Charlotte Williams – Professor of Social Justice, University of Keele.
- Helena Appio – Documentary Filmmaker, Lecturer and Course Leader on the Scriptwriting and Production BA at Regent's College
- Glenn Jordan – Cardiff School of Cultural and Creative industries, University of Glamorgan and Director of Butetown History & Arts Centre
- Sanjay Shama – School of Social Sciences, Brunel University
Papers are invited from people working in the areas of critical and cultural theory, cultural studies, religious studies, literature, the arts, media studies, film studies, political theory, sociology, social policy, the built environment and other relevant fields.
We will discuss cutting edge research that addresses the various ways in which multiculturalism has been theorized and how it works in practice in the social, political and cultural spheres. Papers that deal with multiculturalism from historical perspectives are also welcome.
Prospective speakers are invited to submit a 500 word proposal along with a short CV to the conference organizers at: email@example.com.