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Articles by CILAVS’ members Carmen Fracchia and Luis Trindade are included in the just published volume Postcolonialism and the Pursuit of Freedom in the Black Atlantic edited by Jerome C. Branche. See Table of Contents

El Encanto at Birkbeck’s Peltz Gallery

6 April – 4 May 2017 The Peltz Gallery, 43 Gordon Square El Encanto is a new exhibition of work by the artist Freddy Dewe Mathews. The series, developed over the last three years, looks at the history of the… Continue Reading →

New project: Mobilising the value of biocultural collections in Brazil

New project: Mobilising the value of biocultural collections in Brazil Mobilising the value of biocultural collections in Brazil, a project funded by the Institutional Links British Council (Newton Fund) led by the Instituto de Pesquisas Jardim Botânico do Rio de… Continue Reading →

New studentships for research on Brazilian visual culture

Birkbeck has been awarded two fully-funded PhD studentships by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC), under the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme, both for research on aspects of Brazilian visual culture. The studentships will support doctoral projects supervised by Dr… Continue Reading →

Birkbeck and SOAS offer new BA Global Cinemas and Screen Arts joint programme

For the first time, undergraduate students will be able to study a degree in global cinema in the heart of London, thanks to an innovative new course offered by Birkbeck and SOAS. The two prestigious London institutions are bringing their… Continue Reading →

Birkbeck project reveals Andean weaving history

The completion of a four-year Birkbeck-led research project into Andean textiles has created a unique and innovative resource for archaeologists, museum curators, contemporary weavers and the fashion industry. The AHRC-funded project, Weaving Communities of Practice, investigated the relationship between textiles,… Continue Reading →

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