Hayv Kahraman: Through the Eyes of a Refugee: Introducing Hayv Kahraman (by Betty Cribb, 25 September 2020)

Fandry Film Screening Review: Screening and Discussion of Fandry (2013), dir. Nagraj Manjule (by Elise Blakemore, 29 January 2020)

Hope Road Prize: New for English students at NTU: Hope Road Prize for Postcolonial Literary Studies

Palestine and Visual Cultures: Response to Anastasia Valassopoulos, ‘Palestine in the Popular Imagination: From Refugees to Negotiators’ (by Georgia Stabler, 22 March 2017)

Caribbean Travel Writing: Response to Sofia Aatkar, talk on Caribbean Travel Writing (by Keeley Jones, 3 March 2017)

Poetry Open Mic: Review: Open Mic Poetry Evening – City Global Lounge (by Keeley Jones, 3 March 2017)

Dalit poetry: Response to Gopika Jadeja ‘You keep the cow’s tail: The Dalit Movement and Dalit Poetry in Gujarat’ (8 February 2017, by Daniel Bilton)

Amiable with Big Teeth: Response to Neelam Srivastava, ‘Fashioning the Anti-Colonial Narrative: Literary Pan-Africanism and Claude McKay’s “Great Ethiopian Novel”’ (18 January 2017, by Keeley Jones)

Fidel Castro: Fidel Castro’s legacy: education, culture, and the arts

Refugeeism and Home: Critical Interventions: Home, Belonging and Krísis (by Sofia Aatkar and Richard Bromhall)

PhD studentships: University Funded PhD Studentship: Postcolonial Literatures: Activism, Resistance, Consciousness

Dalit Literature: ‘Dalit Literature: Space and Trauma’, at ECSAS 2016, Warsaw, by Daniel Bilton

Read more about one of our projects: Research Network ‘Writing, Analysing, Translating Dalit Literature’ (Nicole Thiara)

BASAS Annual Conference 2017: Call for Papers

Photography in Palestine 1: Response to Simon Faulkner, ‘Constructing Pallywood: Photography, veracity, and denigration in Israel/Palestine’ (by George Coleby)

Photography in Palestine 2: Palestinian in/visibility – Response to Simon Faulkner, ‘Constructing Pallywood: Photography, veracity, and denigration in Israel/Palestine’ (by Mara Sprengel)

Things Fall Apart: ‘If One Finger Brought Oil’ (by George Coleby, 4 May 2016)

Queering Ethnicity and British Muslim Masculinities: Response to Alberto Carbajal, Between Gang and Family: Queering Ethnicity and British Muslim Masculinities in Sally El Hosaini’s My Brother the Devil (by Wendy Norman, 27 April 2016)

New Zealand warriors:  Of Warriors and Soldiers: Explorations of the ‘Noble Warrior’ in Contemporary New Zealand Literature and Culture – Ulla Ratheiser (by Sofia Aatkar, 26 April 2016)

Palestinian Art: Exhibition: In the Future They Ate from the Finest Porcelain – Larissa Sansour (by Mara Sprengel, 12 February 2016)

Zimbabwean farm hierarchies: Response to: Maxim Bolt, ‘Mediated Paternalism and Violent Incorporation: Enforcing Farm Hierarchies on the Zimbabwean-South African Border’ (by Fran Hajat, 23 May 2016)

Namibian Film: Representations of Postcolonial Identity and Universal Issues in Perivi Katjavivi’s ‘The Unseen’ (by Beth Evans, 14 January 2016)

Blackness and resistance: Response to Kehinde Andrews, ‘Blackness, radicalism and activism’ (by Fran Hajat, 4 January 2016)

Feminism and Self-Care: Sara Ahmed on Audre Lorde and Self-Care at the University of Kent (by Veronika Schuchter, 17 December 2015)

Africa / Oceania: Response to Dr Robbie Shilliam, QMUL, ‘Africa in Oceania: Thinking Besides the Subaltern’ (by Sofia Aatkar, 8 December 2015)

Photography and faith: The Spatial Enlightenment of The Senses: Belief and Faith, The Social Place of Worship, Prayer and Meditation: Do people make places or do places make people? (by Bogumila Korba and Robyn Evans, 26 November 2015)

Rwanda and trauma: Response to Dr Laura Blackie, University of Nottingham, ‘The Process of Post-Traumatic Growth in Fostering Agency and Activism among Survivors of the Genocide in Rwanda’ (by Sofia Aatkar, MRes English Literary Research, NTU, 23 November 2015)

Teaching postcolonial studies: Introducing Postcolonial Theory to the year 9 Classroom (by Felistas Nobenkosi Ndebele, 26 August 2015)

Postcolonial gaming: Review: Neocolonialism – Subaltern Games (by Matthew Rosegreen, Computer Science (Games Technology), NTU, 12 November 2015)

Landscape poetry: coming soon!

Mexico and trauma: Events and Situations: ‘Our Nadia, in Defense of Memory’ by Cornelia Grabner

Mexico and resistance: Response to Dr. Cornelia Grabner, University of Lancaster, ‘Situations and Events: Intensifications of State Violence in Mexico and the Poetics of Resistance’, Wednesday October 7th 2015 (by Fran Hajat, 27 October 2015)

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