The Construction of Brazilian Black Transnationalism in the 21th century: between diversity and difference by Valter Silverio

Date : Monday 20th November Time : 6-7pm Location : RHB 140, Goldsmiths, University of London Presented by Professor Valter Silverio NEAB/UFSCar – Center for Afro-Brazilian Studies, Federal university of São Carlos/Brazil. This work-in-progress paper will discuss some of the findings of the research project, “The Construction of Black Transnationalism in the Twentieth Century and … More The Construction of Brazilian Black Transnationalism in the 21th century: between diversity and difference by Valter Silverio

Tackling Violence in Latin America by Angelo Martins Junior

Latin America presents very high levels of both criminal and State violence; it’s a region that is home to countries with the highest rate of violent crimes and homicides in the world. These countries are part of a drug trafficking transnational route. Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and those in Central America in particular, have alarming rates … More Tackling Violence in Latin America by Angelo Martins Junior

Bowling Together: Lessons from the Lanes Part 2 by Emma Jackson

This two part podcast by Emma Jackson introduces some of the key themes from an ethnographic study of a London bowling alley. In the second part of this podcast, Emma explores bowling as a practice of belonging, becoming and performance. We meet some of the groups who use the bowling alley, including the bowling league.    ‘Practices of belonging, practices … More Bowling Together: Lessons from the Lanes Part 2 by Emma Jackson

UrbanPhotoFest – Cartographies

Dates : 10 – 15 November 2017  Locations : Deptford and Tate Britain, Pimlico, London     This year’s UrbanPhotoFest starts with the Urban Photographers Association (UPA) annual artist’s keynote lecture from the internationally acclaimed photographic artist Roger Ballen  at Tate Britain on Friday 10 November, followed by a wine reception and festival launch event. Saturday … More UrbanPhotoFest – Cartographies

Bowling Together: Lessons from the Lanes by Emma Jackson

This two part podcast by Emma Jackson introduces some of the key themes from an ethnographic study of a London bowling alley. In episode one Emma talks about what is revealed about the social life of the city through turning the lens onto a busy London bowling alley. Written and presented by Emma Jackson with extra voices … More Bowling Together: Lessons from the Lanes by Emma Jackson

A Neighbour’s Event by Anita Strasser

A Neighbours’ Event: Building Community Through Socially-Engaged Photography An exhibition of work by Anita Strasser Dates : 1st November 2017 – 31st January 2018 Location : Conway Hall, 25, Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL   Gallery opening hours, Mon-Sun, 9am – 10pm (some work is in the library which is only open on Tuesday – Thursday … More A Neighbour’s Event by Anita Strasser