Publicado em: #CultureForAll Conference on Cultural Mapping
Sahapedia is delighted to announce that the #CultureForAll Conference on Cultural Mapping is happening digitally on September 28 and 29, 2021. The conference will take place in collaboration with the Centre for Social Studies at the University of Coimbra, Azim Premji University, the Centre for Internet and Society, and the Re-Centring AfroAsia project at the University of Cape Town.
Featuring 15 papers across four sessions, the conference on Cultural Mapping will present research primarily from South Asia, with some papers discussing experimental mapping techniques in Africa and Europe. The sessions will be chaired by academicians from among our collaborators and promise to probe, discuss, and reflect upon the complex questions of whom, what, how, and for whom to culturally map.
So, do you want to understand the dying craft of traditional bakery in Goa, Arun Kolatkar’s book Kala Ghoda poems, and the culture of the third-gender community of Khawaja Saras through the unique lens of cultural mapping? You’re just a click away!
Register here: https://bit.ly/2X4XAap
For more details, visit https://www.sahapedia.org/conferences
Our other partners include XChange Lab of Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia, Institute For Urban Humanities, Korea and Contemporary Art and Social Transformation, RMIT University, Australia.
This conference is part of the ongoing #CultureForAll festival, supported by Tata Technologies.
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