This wide-ranging, geographically ambitious book tells the story of the Arab diaspora within the context of British and Dutch colonialism, unpacking the community's ambiguous embrace of European colonial authority in Southeast Asia
Kucini (kitchen, from Portuguese ‘cozinha’); kallu (palm wine, Tamil); kakkus (toilet, from Dutch ‘kakhuis’): three words from Pondicherry Tamil that condense the impact of creolisation as transoceanic cultural process forged through encounter and collaboration, adaptation and resistance.
This two-day multilingual interdisciplinary virtual workshop aims at building the foundation for a community of Caribbean experts in archaeology, museology and related disciplines, indigenous leaders and governmental agencies.
Leading up to the Inward Outward symposium taking place October 12–15, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, KITLV and the Research Center for Material Culture (RCMC) are hosting a workshop for archive and museum practitioners and people working with institutional collections.
You are welcome to attend the webinar 'Cuba living between hurricanes: A conversation with Michael Chanan and Jean Stubbs'. Film: 'Cuba living between hurricanes; Climate, commodities and sustainability'