Lubaina Himid, "Toussaint L'Ouverture" (1987) (as displayed in "No Colour Bar: Black British Art in Action, 1960-1990," Guild Hall Art Gallery, London, 2015/16

IBAR Caribbean Research Seminar in the North

CRSN Programme (Final) PDF

Friday 11 September 12.30 – 5.30pm
Institute for Black Atlantic Research (IBAR)
University of Central Lancashire
Media Innovation Studio, Media Factory, 4th Floor, Kirkham Road, Preston, PR1 2XY

12.30-13:30 Arrival and lunch
13:30-14:20 ‘Gothic Politics of the Haitian Revolution in Derek Walcott’s
Haitian Trilogy and Edouard Glissant’s Monsieur Toussaint.’
Raphael Hoermann (University of Central Lancashire, Preston)
14:20-15:10 ‘The Voodoo Doll in Popular Culture and Historical Memory.’
Natalie Armitage (University of Manchester)
15:10-15:40 Tea and coffee break
15:40-16:30 ‘Remembrance and Repression: The Memorialisation of Slavery
in Bermuda’ (provisional title)
Dyana Saad (University of Central Lancashire, Preston)
16:30-17:20 ‘Modernity, Melancholy and the Transatlantic Slave Trade: The
Story of the Slave Ship, Le Rodeur (1819)’
Anita Rupprecht (University of Brighton)
For details about IBAR, see
Campus Maps are available at
Registration is free but compulsory. To register your attendance, please visit
For all other queries please email Dr. Raphael Hoermann
( with CRSN as subject.
A reservation will be made at a reasonably-priced local restaurant for those
wishing to attend dinner after the seminar. Please contact for booking, and with any other enquiries, including
dietary requirements.

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