11 marzo 2017 – Trespassing the Borders: Redefining Postcolonialism from Peripheral Experiences

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A one-day interdisciplinary conferenze

Warwick University, Humanities Building, 11 March 2017

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Trespassing the Borders

Redefining Postcolonialism from Peripheral Experiences

 

09.15 – 09.40
Registration and Coffee
09.40 – 09.45
Welcome and Introduction
09.45 – 10.45
Keynote address 1 by Gurminder Bhambra (Warwick/Linnaeus) COLONIAL TRESPASS: RETHINKING THE STATE AND NATION

10.45 – 11.00
Coffee Break

11.00 – 12.15
RETHINKING THE ENTANGLEMENT BETWEEN BORDERS, STATE, AND COLONIALITY
Philip Nanton (Honorary Researcher, University of Birmingham – University of West Indies, Barbados) An Application of the Notion of ‘the Frontier’ to the Rethinking of ‘Borders, State and Coloniality’ – an Example from the Caribbean
Jan Smolenski (New School for Social Research, New York) Bordering the Sovereign: On the Colonial Roots of the Modern State
Carmine Conelli (University of Napoli, L’Orientale) Challenging the Domestic Colonial Archive: Making up Southern Populations in the Wake of Italian Unification

12.15 – 13.15
Lunch

13.15 – 14.30
NEW LOCATIONS OF DECOLONIZATION (Parallel session 1)
Marisa Fois (Université de Genève) Outre-mer and European Network: Switzerland’s Role in Decolonization
Claudia Bernardi (University of Roma Tre – Skype presentation) The Topicality of the Fifties Regime for European Internal Colonialism
Rehnuma Sazzad (SOAS, London) Investigating ‘Peripheral Experiences’: Decolonization and Linguistic Struggles in South Asia

13.15 – 14.30
AT THE MARGINS OF EUROPE: SOCIAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL DISPLACEMENTS (Parallel session 2)
Nina Sahraoui (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies – EUI) Postcolonialism and Migration Management in the Spanish Enclave of Melilla, a European Union Periphery
Aila Spathopoulou (Kings College, London) Migrants at the Uneasy Borderland of Greece: Routes, Transit-points, and Troubling Categories at and from the Uneven Geographies of the Hotspot Regime Governing Greece
Sara de Jong (The Open University) Postcolonial Brokerage in the Migration Sector

14.30 – 14.45
Coffee Break

14.45 – 16.00
ENDOGENOUS BORDERS: ENDURING COLONIAL LEGACIES (Parallel session 3)
Daniela Vicherat-Mattar (Leiden University College) The Borders of Authenticity: Can they be Trespassed?
Chiara Olivieri, Antonio Ortega Santos (University of Granada) China’s (De)colonial Experience: Migration, Social Exclusion, Gentrification and Exploitation of Resources in Xinjiang
Yali Hashash (Hebrew University, Jerusalem) White Trash and Mizrahi Studies: Reframing Postcolonial Analysis of Mizrahim in Israel

14.45 – 16.00
QUESTIONING THE BORDERS OF GENDER AND SEXUALITY (Parallel session 4)
Angelica Pesarini (University of Lancaster) ‘I thought it Would Have Been a Perfect World’. Postcolonial Geographies of Home and Belonging
Humaira Saeed (Nottingham Trent University) Peripheral Sexualities and Postcolonial Texts
Fernanda Belizário (University of Coimbra) Questioning the Third Gender: When Transsexual Natives and Brazilian Travestility Arrive in Europe

16.00 – 16.15 Break

16.15 – 17.15
Keynote address 2 by Lucy Riall (EUI/Birkbeck College) HOW GLOBAL WAS EUROPEAN COLONIALISM

17.15
Closing Remarks

17.30
Wine Reception and Launch of the Book ‘Frontiers of the Caribbean’ by Philip Nanton

18.30
Screening of the Documentary ‘Africa is you’ on the Somali-Dutch Community in Birmingham. (L. Luijnenburg, A.Magare, D. Mulder, A. Van Winden, 2016)

 

For info and registration please follow this link http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/hrc/confs/ttb/


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