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As part of its inaugural year, the new Global Cultures Institute will host a symposium examining the past, present, and future of Cultural Studies. The symposium will showcase the distinctive range of research currently undertaken by academics in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and will demonstrate the wider relevance of our work.
We will examine possibilities for the twenty-first century in connection with global challenges around cultural identity, nationalism, religious difference, digital lives, the politics of higher education, and the global migration of cultural forms.
The day will be split into three thematic panels: 'Theorizing Culture'; 'Pedagogy and Partners in Culture'; and 'Global and Local'.We will be joined by our keynote speaker: Dr Sivamohan Valluvan (Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Warwick), the author of the acclaimed The Clamour of Nationalism (Manchester University Press, 2019).
To attend, please sign up here