Conference – May 2014

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Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies in partnership with Demos presents a day conference:
New Racisms: Forms of Un/Belonging in Britain Today
FRIDAY 9 MAY 2014
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN – SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE FOR DETAILS

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Speakers:

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Les Back, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Melanie Friend: photographer, University of Sussex

Prof. Mary Hickman, St Mary’s University, London

Sunder Katwala, Director of British Future

Refugee Action

Dr. Lisa Doyle, UK Refugee Council

For any other queries about the conference please contact conference organisers at sccsnewracisms@sussex.ac.uk.

We look forward to welcoming you to Brighton in May!

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This conference is supported by Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies, and the AHRC Cultural Values Project: Cultural Values from the Subaltern Perspective: A Phenomenology of Refugees’ Experience of British Cultural Values.

This conference is being organised in conjunction with a Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies event in honour and memory of Stuart Hall, which will include a screening of John Akomfrah’s film ‘The Stuart Hall Project’, and a panel discussion of Stuart Hall’s work, with Dr Nirmal Puwar (Goldsmiths) and Professor Avtar Brah (Birkbeck). This will take place from 2-5.30pm on Thursday 8 May, and will be followed by a drinks reception. Click here for more information.

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Please fill in the New Racisms 14 Registration form here and return by post or email.

PAYING BY CHEQUE: Cheques should be made out to the University of Sussex. Please post the form with payment to:
New Racisms: Forms of Un/Belonging in Britain Today c/o Sarah Maddox, 
School of Media, Film and Music, Silverstone Building,
University of Sussex
Falmer, Brighton 
BN1 9RG

PAYING BY CARD: Please use the Eventbrite page

If you are paying by card, please return the form by email to  sccsnewracisms@sussex.ac.uk

Registration prices are divided into three categories:            

  academics/financially supported attendees (£90)

   non-profit organisations (£50)

   student concessions (£30).

  You are asked to choose the rate that most represents your financial position. If you are unable to afford the conference fee and are on a low income please get in touch.

Registration fees include lunch on Friday 9 May, and attendance to REFLECTING AND REMEMBERING: The Work of Stuart Hall on Thursday 8 May. Please note that the fee excludes accommodation and travel which delegates must book independently. If you are planning to stay in Brighton, the Visit Brighton website is useful for finding a hotel or B&B.

For directions to the conference venue see here.

**UPDATE**

The conference PROGRAMME is now available here!