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    International Conference on Postcolonial Studies: “Trajectories and Transitions of (Post)colonialism”

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    Website https://postcolonialism.lcir.co.uk/ | Edit Freely

    Category international conference; interdisciplinary; online conference; literary studies; history; philosophy; anthropology; cultural studies; linguistics; psychology; political sciences; sociology; law; economics; IT

    Deadline: May 31, 2022 | Date: September 10, 2022-September 11, 2022

    Venue/Country: London/online, U.K.

    Updated: 2022-01-06 23:35:16 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    *Selected papers will be published in a post-conference volume with ISBN.

    The conference will explore the historical and theoretical dimensions of colonial and postcolonial studies and it will focus on the impact colonialism had on political, social, economic and cultural domains. It will examine various forms of colonial domination and control as well as theories and practices of resistance.

    Recognising the important role of postcolonial thought and scholarship, the conference will consider colonial discourses prevalent in different parts of the world. It will look at the complexities of colonial and postcolonial subjects and identities and analyse ideologies of racial, cultural, class and gender difference. Colonial trauma and psychosocial effects of colonial domination will be discussed, as well as the concepts of authenticity, ambivalence and hybridity.

    The conference sessions will also address the questions of human rights, environment, neocolonialism and techno-capitalism, to name just a few.

    Potential topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

    History and ideologies of colonialism

    Capitalism and imperialism

    Colonial and anticolonial discourses

    Anti-colonial movements and theories of resistance

    Nation and nationalism

    (Post)colonialism and race

    (Post)colonialism and language

    (Post)colonialism and gender

    (Post)colonialism and education

    (Post)colonialism and religion

    Globalisation and postcolonialism

    Postcolonial subjects and identities

    Colonial trauma

    Postmodernism and postcolonialism

    Diaspora, multiculturalism and cosmopolitanism

    Postcolonialism and culinary studies

    Postcolonialism and human rights

    Indigenous studies

    Postcolonial spatialities, memory and remembrance

    (Post)colonialism and the environment

    (Neo)colonialism and techno-capitalism

    Decolonisation of knowledge

    Pandemic and Postcolonialism

    Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, we invite speakers who work in literary studies, history, philosophy, anthropology, cultural studies, linguistics, psychology, political sciences, sociology, law, economics, IT and other disciplines.

    Submissions may propose various formats, including:

    Individually submitted papers (organised into panels by the committee)

    Panels (3-4 individual papers)

    Roundtable discussions (led by one of the presenters)

    Posters

    Proposals up to 250 words accompanied by a brief biographical note should be sent to: postcolonialism@lcir.co.uk. To download the paper proposal form and find out more about the latest deadline, please visit our website: https://postcolonialism.lcir.co.uk/.


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