Loss, Nostalgia and la fracture coloniale: contextualising l'Inde perdueBy Kishore Budha • Jun 18th, 2008 • Category: Announcements, Call For Papers
A three-day international conference to take place from 2 to 4 July 2008. The conference will bring together literary, cultural and historical scholars working on the phenomenon of nostalgia for France’s ‘lost’ empires in India, ‘Indochina’, Canada and the Caribbean (from c. 1763 to the present day) and narratives of colonial loss under the Fifth Republic.
Call for Papers
The original Call for Papers is here.
For more information please contact Kate Marsh (email@example.com), Nicki Frith (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katy Gibbs (email@example.com).
School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies (SOCLAS), Modern Languages Building, University of Liverpool, Chatham Street, Liverpool L69 7ZR
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Kishore Budha is one of the co-founders of Subaltern Media and the founder-editor of the peer-reviewed Open Access journal Wide Screen. He holds a PhD in media and communications studies from the University of Leeds, UK and has professional experience in print journalism, internet news, and public relations industries. His interests include Critical Theories of Media and Communication, Semiotics, Transnational Communication, Film industry & production, Film theory, Film and history, Communications Policy, Visual Culture, Communication Technologies, Web media and Communication
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