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Convocatoria: Crossroads 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal


Crossroads 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal

The Association for Cultural Studies is delighted to announce that the next ACS Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference will be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from July 28 to 31, 2020, hosted by the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. The 13th Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference is co-organised by the Association for Cultural Studies (ACS) and the University of English Centre for English Studies (ULICES/CEAUL).
The Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference has played an important role in fostering the global exchange of Cultural Studies scholarship. It has become a major international conference where scholars from all five continents gather regularly to share their research, critical views, and scholarly insights. Organized by ACS, the Crossroads conference is held every other year in different parts of the world. Previous conferences have taken place in Birmingham (UK), Urbana-Champaign (USA), Istanbul (Turkey), Kingston (Jamaica), Hong Kong (China), Paris (France), Tampere (Finland), Sydney (Australia) and Shanghai (China).
The 13th Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference will bring scholars together in Lisbon to engage with the past, present and future of cultural studies scholarship, as well as a vibrant cultural backdrop for the scholarly programme.
Please visit the conference website for further details:
CALL FOR PAPERS, Abstract submission and panel proposals deadline 30 November 2019
We hope that the Lisbon 2020 Crossroads will bring Cultural Studies scholars into inter- and cross-disciplinary and institutional dialogues through conference presentations, film screenings, exhibits, book launches and roundtables. Building also on existing research at CEAUL/ULICES within the scope of Cultural Studies, this event will contribute to the development of opportunities for networking and future research collaborations. Our goal is to provide a platform to promote the exchange of knowledge, research outputs and experiences, and encourage the creation of further links among scholars and practitioners.
While the research of the invited keynotes and plenary speakers mostly gravitates around the issues of labour and precarities, decolonizing knowledge and the refugee “crisis” in the Mediterranean, the conference is open to all topics relevant to Cultural Studies. Suggested topics, drawing on the work of our invited keynote, plenary and spotlight speakers, and on more general themes in Cultural Studies research, include:
(Anti-)consumption and everyday life
Adaptation cultures
Borders and mobilities
Critical and cultural theory
Culture, gender and decolonisation
Culture, gender and sexuality
Dance cultures
Data cultures
Digital infrastructure
Diversity, culture, governance
Extraction: cultures and industries
Food cultural studies
Gender, sexuality, race and class in the Anthropocene
Globalisation and culture
Human/non-human relations
Indigenous knowledge and politics
Managing cities
Media regulation: from censorship to piracy
Migrant cultural studies
Multicultural, intercultural and cross-cultural studies
Popular affect online
Popular cultures and genres
Public culture and cultural policy
Race, racism and postcoloniality
Refugee “crisis” in the Mediterranean
Religious diversity
Rethinking the human and the post-human
Rural cultural studies
Screen and media cultures
Transforming/globalising/decolonising universities
Urban imaginaries
Please see the conference website for further information on submission guidelines etc.

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