Includes Robin Blackburn and Richard Drayton. More speakers to be confirmed soon.
Deadline for Abstracts
1st May, 2016
The conference organisers invite paper proposals for a transdisciplinary conference marking the 50th anniversary of the 1966 Tricontinental Conference.
The conference aims to reflect on the Tricontinental’s enduring political, legal and economic importance, while also bringing together academics and activists to reflect on broader issues of imperialism and anti-imperial resistance.
We welcome papers on both the Tricontinental itself and related topics.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
The history and significance of the Tricontinental
Theoretical and historical legacies of the Tricontinental and ‘tricontinentalism’: Third World Marxisms,
Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL), postcolonialism, global subalternity
Anti-imperialist struggle then and now
Imperialism and international law
Theorists and activists of the Third World: Cabral, Ben Barka, Guevara, Castro, Fanon, et al.
The non-aligned movement and the New International Economic Order (NIEO)
Black Power and the Third World
Race, racism and international relations
Feminism and the Third World
Theories of imperialism
South-South cooperation and solidarity
Human Rights, International Criminal Law and imperialism
Neoliberalism and imperialism
Imperial violence and revolutionary violence
Democracy after decolonisation
We seek contributions from scholars and activists with an interest in imperialism and anti-imperialism, regardless of disciplinary affiliation.
We welcome both paper and panel proposals.
Abstracts of up to 250 words.
Abstracts to be sent to email@example.com by no later than 1st May, 2016.
For panel proposals, please include a brief description of the proposed panel as well as contact information and abstracts for all participants.
Teresa Almeida Cravo (Coimbra), Tor Krever, (LSE/Coimbra), Robert Knox (Liverpool), Luis Eslava (Kent), Christopher Gevers (KwaZulu-Natal), Christine Schwöbel-Patel (Liverpool)
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