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‘Diaspora afriken ek kréolité: konverzans ek diverzans’ - 04-05 fevriye 2007. Lil Maurice

Konferans ‘Diaspora afriken ek kreolite: konverzans ek diverzans’ pou met lanfaz lor teori ek diskour ki finn elabore apartir item ‘Diaspora Afriken’ ek ‘Kreolite’ e li pou osi explor bann interseksion ki kapav ena antre zot.
Sa de konsept-la finn kree pou rann kont seki pe deroule kan ena bann interaksion kiltirel ek konstriksion idantiter dan bann sosiete ki finn forme apartir bann system lesklavaz eropeen. Finn osi elobor zot, lepok kot bann mouvman emansipasion ek postkolonization finn leve, an repons a bann diskour lor modernite ek nasionalism santre lor Lerop. Me Selma sa bann diskour-la finn devlope sakenn so kote akoz diferans ki ena ant zot bann baz teorik.

Premie lobzektif sa konferans-la, se interoz evolision separe sa 2 konsept-la insi ki bann pwen kontak ki kapav ena antre zot, sirtou ki zot fer referans bann realite social ki finn ne apartir komers bann esklav afriken ek bann system plantasion esklavazis. Deziem lobzektif se kree enn forum kot bann serser ki sorti dan bann diferan kontex nasional kapav diskit bann problem aktiel ki konsern sa bann sosiete-la. Rezilta ki pe atann depi sa konferans-la, se ki li enn komansman pou elabor enn nouvo problematik ki pran an kont enn fason explisit rapor ki existe ant bann diskour lor diaspora afriken ek kreolite. Lobzektif final se ki devlop nouvo kad ek moyen teorik pou etidie bann sosiete ek lidantite mozaik.

{{ Landrwa}}

Lil Maurice dan Losean Indien, enn landrwa ideal pou sa konferans-la. Dan sa landrwa-la, relasion semantik ant bann term ‘Diaspora afriken’ ek ‘Kreol’ ena tandans instab; dimunn itiliz zot kouma de lexpresion totalman ou an parti sinonim. Komemorasion labolision lesklavaz Maurice, le 1e Fevriye 2008, reprezant enn kontex pertinan pou reini bann serser toulede kouran akademik.

{{Abstrak}}

Pou pran kont tou bann kominikasion ki tret diaspora afriken ek kreolite, e pou akord enn latansion partikilie bann papie ki abord relasion ant sa de konsep-la. Nou demande ki bann abstrak napa depas 250 mo e ki so loter donn so non, so ladress imel ek non so linstitision. Kapav prezant papie an angle, franse ek kreol. Ladress imel kot bizen anvoy bann abstrak, li ver le 10 novam 2007 [BannzilMoris@gmail.com->BannzilMoris@gmail.com]
Bann Item propoze

_ 1/ Interfas ant diapora afriken ek kreolite/kreolizasion
_ 2/ Bann lorganization ek mouvman sosial
_ 3/ Bann lexpresion kiltirel
_ 4/ Relasion ki ena ant bann teori lor kiltir identite melanze ek kreolizasion
_ 5/ Diskour Diaspora afriken ek kreolite en lien avek kiltir, pouvwar ek lazistis
_ 6/ Bann perspektiv konpare ek diasporik

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{{{{{Call for papers}}}
‘African Diaspora and Creolité: Convergences and Divergences’. 04-05 Febuary 2007. Mauritius}}

The conference 'African Diaspora and Creolité: Convergences and Divergences' will focus on theories and discourses produced under the rubrics 'African Diaspora' and 'Creolité' and also explore potential intersections between the two. Both of these concepts were created to describe processes of inter-cultural exchange and identity formation in societies that emerged from European systems of slavery. They have also been constituted in the wake of emancipation and postcolonialism as responses to Euro-centric discourses of modernity and nationalism. However, their different theoretical foundations have generated two divergent trajectories.

The first objective of this conference is to interrogate the separate evolutions and possible interfaces between these two concepts, especially as they relate to the social realities that emanated from the trade in African slaves and chattel slavery. The second objective is to provide a forum in which scholars from various national milieu can discuss contemporary issues related to these societies. This conference is expected to be the starting point for the development of a new problematic that elaborates the relationship between discourses of the African diaspora and Creolité. The ultimate aim is to develop new conceptual frameworks and theoretical tools for the study of 'plural' societies and identities.

{{Venue}}

The Indian Ocean island of Mauritius is an ideal venue for this conference. In this location, the semantic relation between the terms 'African diasporan' and 'Creole' tends to be unstable, however the two expressions are used often as total or partial synonyms. The commemoration of the abolition of slavery in Mauritius on February 1, 2008, represents a pertinent context to gather scholars of both academic trends.

{{Abstracts}}
We will consider all papers related to African diaspora and Creolité, and especially encourage papers that take into account the relationship between the two. Authors should submit an abstract of up to 250 words, and should include the author's name, title, email address and institutional affiliation. Papers may be presented in English, French and Creole. All submissions should be sent electronically by November 10, 2007 to [BannzilMoris@gmail.com->BannzilMoris@gmail.com]

{{Suggested themes:}}

_ 1) Interfaces betweem African Diaspora and Creolité/Creolization
_ 2) Discourses of African Diaspora and Creolité as they relate to issues of culture, power, and justice
_ 3) Cultural expressions
_ 4) Critical examinations of the relationship between theories of hybridity and Creolization
_ 5) Displacement and disjuncture
_ 6) Historical memory

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