Coolie Coolie Viens
March 29 - May 24
Glenhyrst Gallery, Brantford
Opening Reception 7 pm, March 29
Organized with McIntosh Gallery, Western University
featuring collaborations with
Wendy Nanan and Kelly Sinnapah Mary
The Gospel of Patrick
March 31 - April 27
Whippersnapper Gallery, Toronto
100 Years After Indenture
with Ramabai Spinet and Khal Torabully
2:30 pm, March 22, York University
What Comes After Nations?
An Evening Celebrating Stuart Hall, featuring John Akomfrah, with Cameron Bailey, Tina Campt, Kobena Mercer, and David Scott
Small Axe's editor, David Scott will be speaking as part of Princeton University's Reimagining the Global South Series in the Department of Comparative Literature.
"Seeing False Images of Ourselves: Rex Nettleford's Mirror Mirror in the Wake of the 1960s"
16 March 2017
101 East Pyne
NEW BOOKS ALERT!! New books for review on sx salon for March 2017!! If you have a moment, take a look!!
Note: We offer the following partial list in order to highlight newly published books in Caribbean Literature and Caribbean Studies. If you have any questions about sx salon book reviews, please contact our book review editor Vanessa K. Valdés (email@example.com)
Strange Fruit, by Kamau Brathwaite (2016)
Small Axe convoca para el año 2017 su Premio Literario
On Monday, March 6, 2017, at 7:00pm, author Edwidge Danticat and professor/translator Kaiama L. Glover will discuss Haitian writer Marie Vieux-Chauvet and the translation of her epic novel La Danse sur le volcan [Dance on the Volcano]. The event will take place at Albertine Bookstore, located at 972 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York. The conversation will be in English, and it is free and open to the public (no RSVP necessary).
Call for Papers:
Commemorating 1917: A Discussion of Citizenship and Freedom in Caribbean Literature
Proposals for this special section are due by 1 June 2017 and full discussion articles will be due by 31 August 2017. Please send proposals to Vanessa K Váldes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1917 was a significant year in the Caribbean:
Roopika Risam and Kelly Baker Josephs, Editors
Deadline for 500-Word Abstracts: April 1, 2017
Part of the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series
A book series from the University of Minnesota Press
Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, Series Editors
On Sunday afternoon, February 19th, Transmission Gallery in Glasgow hosted a public conversation between three artists participating in the exhibition 'Caribbean Queer Visualities'; Jean-Ulrick Désert, Nadia Huggins and Kareem Mortimer and exhibition co-curator and Small Axe Project director, David Scott. The conversation was moderated by Alberta Whittle.