Crossroads in Cultural Studies 2012

We are pleased to announce that the 9th International Conference Crossroads in Cultural Studies will be held in Paris, France, from July 2nd to 6th, 2012, hosted by Sorbonne Nouvelle University. The conference will also be hosted by UNESCO, the international organization that has always championed cultural diversity and difference. Given the long association between Cultural Studies research and UNESCO, this conference should be an occasion for Cultural Studies to look back on its own evolution as well as explore new scholarly insights.

10 WORLD-CLASS KEYNOTE AND PLENARY SPEAKERS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, ALL CONFIRMED: Sara AHMED, Marie-Hélène BOURCIER, John ERNI, Jeremy GILBERT, Achille MBEMBE, Walter MIGNOLO, Bobby NOBLE, Phaedra PEZZULLO, Jacques RANCIÈRE, Françoise VERGÈS. *With the participation of *Stuart HALL *(to be confirmed). Check the provisional program now!

STATE OF THE ART CONFERENCE TOPICS. *All topics relevant to Cultural Studies, especially new and innovative areas of research are welcome. ACS ASSISTANCE SCHEME FOR CROSSROADS 2012.* The Association for Cultural Studies will offer a small number of grants to assist participants from ACS under-represented regions with travel accommodation or registration expenses.

ATTRACTIVE AND CONVENIENT ACCOMMODATION IN THE HEART OF THE CITY OF PARIS AND CLOSE TO THE CONFERENCE VENUES. Cheaper campus accommodation will also be available close at hand at the International Paris University Campus.

SPREAD THE NEWS.* Please forward this message to your colleagues and friends! We look forward to seeing you in Paris in 2012!

2nd call for papers – Updated deadline: November 30th, 2011


The call for papers and organized panel proposals is now open.

Check the submission guidelines and submit a proposal using the online forms <> before November 30th, 2011.

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