CARIBBEAN LITERATURE AND LITERARY THEORY
(AND RELATED ENDEAVOURS SUCH AS FILM THEORY)
11th Annual Conference on Caribbean Literature, Morehouse
College, Purdue University Calumet and University of the West
Indies, St. Augustine, November 3-5
Caribbeanscapes: the Vistas of Caribbean
Literature, 29th Annual Conference on West Indian Literature,
Department of Literatures in English, University of the West Indies,
Mona, April 29-May 1
Revolutions in West Indian Literature and Criticism,
28th Annual Conference on West Indian Literature, University
of Guyana, April 26–29
First They Must Be Children: the Child and the Caribbean
Imagi/Nation, University of the West Indies, St.
Augustine, January 8-10
'People's Art and Taking Back the Streets, Accolade Centre
at York University and Kofler Centre at the University of
Toronto, July 30-August 3
History, Fable and Myth: Lamming at 80, 27th Annual
Conference on West Indian Literature, Department of Language,
Linguistics and Literature, University of the West Indies, Cave
Hill, February 28-March 1
- The Asian Experience in the Caribbean and the Guyanas: Labour,
Migration, Literature and Culture, Center for Caribbean Literary
Studies, University of Miami, November 1-3
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