Caribbean Conferences: July 2017 Update

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Our thanks, as always, to Peter Jordens for compiling this update on upcoming conferences for our readers. The abbreviated list is below. To download the full list, which covers the period ending in April 2018 and contains additional information about the conferences listed click here: Caribbean conferences 2017 July update

Selected Caribbean conferences for July 2017 only

July 5-7, 2017. Essex, England, UK

41st Annual SCS Conference

http://www.caribbeanstudies.org.uk

July 10-12, 2017. Cahuita, Costa Rica

International Forum: “Calypso, Calypsonian, Anansi and other Griots”

https://repeatingislands.com/2017/03/30/call-for-papers-international-forum-on-calypso-calypsonian-anansi-and-other-griots

July 13-15, 2017. Needham’s Point, Barbados

16th Annual ACHEA Conference: “Expectations in Higher Education ― Everybody’s Business”

http://www.acheacaribbean.org; http://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/News-Events/Events/?id=1135

July 14–15, 2017. London, England, UK

Symposium: “Slave Narratives in British and French America, 1700–1848″

https://history.nd.edu/events/slave-narratives-conference

July 16-19, 2017. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

33rd Annual CANTO Conference and Trade Exhibition: “Reimagining ICT as a Tool for National Growth and Development”

http://www.canto.org/annualconference

July 20-22, 2017. Gainesville, Florida, USA

Conference: “Hemingway: Between Key West and Cuba”

https://www.hemingwaykeywestcuba.org

July 24-27, 2017. Nassau, The Bahamas

32nd CARALL Conference and AGM: “Law Librarians at the Crossroads: Addressing Trends, Issues and Challenges”

http://www.carallonline.org; CaribbeanAssociationofLawLibraries

July 24-28, 2017. Cartagena de Indias, Colombia

13th International Seminar of Caribbean Studies

1st International Working Day ‘Gabriel García Márquez and the Caribbean’

http://www.unicartagena.edu.co/component/k2/xiii-seminario-internacional-de-estudios-del-caribe

July 24-29, 2017. St. Croix, US Virgin Islands

27th Congress of Caribbean Archaeology

http://iaca2017stcroix.org; http://www.stcroixarchaeology.org/IACA.html

July 27–29, 2017. Miami, Florida, USA

27th Annual Meeting of ASCE: “Cuba ― Navigating in a Turbulent World”

http://www.ascecuba.org/conferences/2017-asce-conference

One thought on “Caribbean Conferences: July 2017 Update

  1. Thanks Peter, for listing the biennial congress of the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology. The congress is usually well attended by approximately 200 scholars or so, most of them archaeologists but also linguists, historians, zoologists, geneticists, and even art historians such as myself. We certainly appreciate the promotion. Let me know if you ever require any information beyond what is available on the IACA/AIAC website. Lawrence Waldron

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