CFP Extended: Caribbean Language, Literature, Identity, and Digital Intersectionalities: Crossing and Merging Disciplines

deadline for submissions: 
November 15, 2023
full name / name of organization: 
Caribbean Without Borders 2024: 10th Graduate Conference
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The Caribbean region is a vibrant and culturally diverse space where languages, literatures, and identities have long intertwined. In the digital age, these intersections are increasingly complex, opening up exciting avenues for interdisciplinary exploration. This call for papers invites graduate students to examine how digital technologies are reshaping Caribbean languages and literatures, while also influencing the construction of identities in multifaceted ways.

Suggested topics include but are not limited to:

  • Language Diversity, Justice, and Preservation
  • Digital Activism and Social Justice
  • Caribbean Diaspora and Virtual Communities,
  • Caribbean Literary Communities in the Digital Space
  • Digital Storytelling, Literature, and Cultural Representation
  • Art, Music, Dance, Performance, and Popular Culture of the Caribbean*
  • Language Technology and Digital Literacies
  • Intersectionality and the Caribbean
  • Digital Archives and Caribbean Literary and Language Heritage
  • Digital Tools and Literary Analysis
  • History, Culture, and Heritage Language Preservation Through a Multicultural Lens
  • Disabilities in the Digital Caribbean
  • Caribbean Pedagogy

Please send a 250-300 word abstract of your work using the link below. We accept abstracts in English, Spanish, and French.

Call for Papers Deadline has been extended: November 15, 2023


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