Cultural Studies Now
A major conference at the University of East London
July 19th – 22nd 2007
In a technocratic age of cosmopolitan capitalism, is there still a place for a Cultural Studies which is both politically committed and relentlessly experimental in its intellectual, institutional and creative practices?
Cultural Studies Now will be the largest conference of its kind to have been held in the UK for many years. Explicitly addressing the present, past and future fate of the discipline conceived as a radical intellectual project, the conference will feature over 100 panels on a wide range of topics, with contributors from every continent. Keynote addresses will come from Ien Ang, Rosi Braidotti, Kuan-Hsing Chen, Jeremy Gilbert, Alan Grossman, Judith Halberstam, Stuart Hall, Dick Hebdige, Doreen Massey, Áine O’Brien and Horace Ové.
Registration (including food by Leon Lewis):
Full conference £200 (students and concessions £140) day rate £60 (students and concessions £45)
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