Nadia Atia – A Society of Outsiders: Sexuality in Hanan al-Shaykh’s Only in London
Ross Griffin – Recreating Qatar: Cultural Narratives in the 21st Century
Rachel Fox – 'I am Malala': Refiguring Victimhood and Reconstituting the Shooting and Activism of Malala Yousafzai
George Emeka Agbo – Facebook Photographs of Donald Trump and Socio-political Tensions in Nigeria
Globalisation and Labour
Anupama Arora – Globalisation and Labour in Diasporic Asian Women’s Fiction
Héctor Pérez – Al(lure) of the Globalised Factory City
Culture and Media Studies
Map of Home
Greti-Iulia Ivana – Highly Skilled Migration: Social Bonds and Subtle Othering
Multiculturalism in Britain
Shantel Edwards – Mixed Race Multiculturalism
Tahseen Alam Choudhury – Narratives of British Asian Muslim writers: A reflection on their neocolonial challenges and controversial global receptions
Sarah Ilott – ‘I just didn’t think black girls married white men…well you know…after all they say…’: British multiculturalism, romantic comedy, and the lie of social unification
Tea and Coffee
Global Trade and Economic History
James Guild – The Chimera of Global Trade: An Indonesian Case Study
Suyash Ashok Desai – Globalization, Regional Organizations and India: Past, Present and Future
Abdul Haque Chang – From Sindhiworki to the Sai Baba Movement: Sindhi Merchant Networks in Indonesia
‘Third Culture’ is an Unrooted International Identity: Definition, Refinement, and Implications
Third Culture (Kid) Authors and Transcultural Writers
Antje M. Rauwerda – Cloud Theory: Third Culture Dislocation and the Privilege of being Unaffiliated
Swaralipi Nandi – 'We are all in this together': Global Precarity in the Era of
Gaura Narayan – Sons and Daughters of Ham in Vilayet
Sandrine Prévot – Pastoral Nomadism in India: An Adaptation to Indian Modernity
Globalized Cities 1 (18-16)
Frances Grahl – Imaginary 'Centres': Fictional Migrations, Expectations, Realities Sarunas Paunksnis – Shopping Malls and Flyovers: Spatial Uncanny and Globalisation in Urban India
Caroline Koegler – Precarious Urbanity, or: Remember the ‘City’ in Citizenship? – ‘The Jungle’ (Calais) and the Politics of Performing the Urban
Jessica Sanfilippo Schulz – Writing Novels from the ‘Outside’: Observations on/of
India and Globalization 1
Anastasia Goana Go Ying Ying – Superdiversity and Third Culture Kids
Michael Griffiths – The Distribution of Settlement: Notes on the Politics of Visibility Thamir Rashid Shayyal Az-Zubaidy – Representing Middle Eastern Migrants in Australian Drama
Sibendu Chakraborty – Problematising Australian Cosmopolitanism: A Discourse on Australia’s Postcoloniality with reference to Aboriginal Theatre
Film Screening: Welcome to the Smiling Coast (2016), directed by Bas Ackermann and produced by Emiel Martens (Woburn Room)
Tuesday 19 September
Arrival, registration and coffee (19-1)
Globalised cities 2
Mari Lewis – Imagining the Globalised City: Zadie Smith's White Teeth and the
Marianne Hillion – Displacing Globalisation: the Eruption of Delhi in Rana
Rashi Rohatgi – Tools of Performance, Props of Pretence? : Le Prince Maurice,
Flair Donglai – The Decline and Fall of the Man Asian Literary Prize
Ledikasyon Pu Travayer, and the Role of the Prize in Literary Mauritius
Sana Goyal – Resisting Continental Reading Impulses: The Caine Prize for "African" Writing
Retrieving and Rewriting: Globalisation and British Asian Drama
Giovanna Buonanno – Global Routes in Tanika Gupta’s Adaptation of Great
Victoria Sams – Women in the Spotlight: Tamasha Theater Company’s Many
Globalisation's Paratexts: The Literary Prize in the Global South
Emergence of Multicultural Englishness in the Popular Imaginary
Christiane Schlote – Indo-British Encounters in Victorian Britain in Tanika Gupta’s The Empress
Post 9/11 Narratives and the Global 'War on Terror'
Sunaina Maira – Youth Against Empire: Resistance and Rights in the Post-9/11
Muhammad Hafeez-ur-Rehman – The Poetics of Post 9/11 City Space: A
Postmodernist Analysis of Our Lady of Alice Bhatti
Ambreen Hai – Intertextual Dialogism in Mira Nair’s Film Adaptation of Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist
Neoliberalism and the Global South: Latin American Deconstructions
Rodrigo Ivan Liceaga Mendoza – Of Walls and Cracks: On the Zapatista Critique of
Jorge Sanchez Perez – Not Poor but Poorly Managed: The Ethics of Giving for
Juan Carlos Rozo Gálvez – The Itinerant/The Cartographer: Spatial Constructions in Latin American Postcolonial Narratives
Globalisation and Indigeneity
Cathy Covell Waegner – Ghosting Globalization: Speculative Sovereignty and
Lotta Schneidemesser – ‘New Zealand is proud of its Māori heritage’:
Asylum-Seeking in Gerald Vizenor’s Treaty Shirts
Representations of New Zealand at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2012
Emily Kate Timms – Beyond the Eskimo Floe: Postcolonial Perspectives on Global Ageing
Multicultural Textualities 1: Religion, Secularism, Space and Place
Anshuman A. Mondal – A Genealogy of Crypto-Islamism and Other Hidden
Peter Morey – Islamophobia and the Politics of Space in H. M. Naqvi’s Home Boy
International Cooperation for the Global South
Coffee break (College Court bar and café)
Borders and Capital and towards a Postcolonial Critique of Technology
Rehana Ahmed – The Place of Minority Faith in Sunjeev Sahota’s The Year of the Runaways
Representing the North American Diaspora: Contemporary Interventions
Subhalakshmi Gooptu – Domesticity and Cultural Reproduction in Jhumpa Lahiri’s
Ragini Chakraborty – Stranger at ‘your’ door: exploring the issues of diaspora in
Unaccustomed Earth (2008) and NoViolet Bulawayo’s We Need New Names (2013) Canada in an era of globalization
Ivan Emil Labayne – Locating the Female Voice as a Way of Locating the National in the Transnational, the Transnational in the National: A Cultural Analysis of The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata and Dogeaters
Reconceptualising South Asian Literature: Towards a Differential Politics of Femininity, Otherness and Environmentalism
Yasmin Begum – Global Modernisms: Visions of Femininity in Attia Hosain’s
Dinesh Kafle – Strange Marginality of the ‘Native Other’: Reading Three South Asian
Veronica Vivi – 'Pterodactyl, Puran Sahay, and Pirtha' and Animal's People:
Representations of Slow Violence on Human Beings and on Nature in Postcolonial India
Dorothy Oluwagbemi-Jacob – Globalization and the Marginalization of Women in
Veronica Barnsley – Postcolonial Innocence and the Global Child
Colonial Africa: A Nigerian Case Study
Emma Parker – Doris Lessing's Global Life-Writing
India and Globalisation 2
Sachida Nand Jha – Revisiting 'Globalisation': Rethinking Indian Postcolonial
Chitra Jayathilake – Digital and Remote Coercion in the Guise of Globalisation: South Asian Experiences Represented in Manjula Padmanabhan’s Harvest
Sutanuka Ghosh – Tagore, Nationalism and Internationalism: 'Beyond the limits of nation and geography'
Multicultural Textualities 2: South Asia, History, Genre and Gender
Redrawing the Margin: Globalisation's African 'Other'
Sunlight on a Broken Column (1961)
Amina Yaqin – The Lessons of History: ‘Stories of Pakistan that Affect Us in Britain’ Claire Chambers – ‘Truly a person progresses by travelling and interacting with different peoples’: Early Muslim Women Writers’ Depictions of Britain
Stephen Morton – Re-framing Muslims and the False Promise of Happiness
Postcolonial Disasters: Globalization, Conflict, and Representation
Lucio De Capitani – Catastrophic Discourses: Science, Religion and Anthropology in Frank Westermann’s Stikvallei
Emanuelle Santos – Postcolonial Narratives of Disaster: The Case of Portuguese-
Liam O'Loughlin – The Disaster Exotic and the Global South
Jonathan O. Chimakonam and Egbai U. Ojah – Contestations and Protestations as
Deepika Marya – Globalization and the Politics of Resistance
Challenges of the Emerging Global Society
Chitra Sankaran – History, Power and Ecofeminist Altercations in two Southeast Asian Fictions
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