Registration for the Returning the Gaze Part II: Stories of Resistance conference in Innsbruck is now OPEN!!! You can buy your tickets for the conference and the associated play(s) by Mohammed Wa Baile via Eventbrite. Tickets will be sold right up until the event itself in three phases, which you can read more about here. … More Returning the Gaze Part II Registration is now OPEN!
Check out the conference programme below. More details to come soon!!! Keynote Anandi Ramamurthy “Contesting the Visualisations of Gaza” Presentations: Anna Chrusciel & Markus Schega “Beyond the School-Zone” Jenny Oliveira Caldas “Decolonising the Seminar Room” Matthias Hinkelmann “Post-migrant identity formation an anti-racist resistance in Contemporary Germany” Melanie Petremont and Pamela Ohene-Nyako “Literary Art and Performance … More UPDATE – Returning the Gaze: Stories of Resistance conference programme
ERIF is very happy and honoured to announce Dr. Anandi Ramamurthy as keynote speaker for our forthcoming conference Returning the Gaze II: Stories of Resistance! Anandi, who is reader in Post-Colonial Cultures at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK, will deliver a talk entitled: Contesting the Visualisations of Gaza, based on her analysis of “the … More Returning the Gaze II Keynote Announcement!!!
Hoping to find some books to keep your teen occupied this summer? Or are you a teacher looking for something new for your curriculum that offers a non-white perspective? See our list below, as previously featured in our Parent Teacher Resource Pack! Vuurwerk in m’n Hoofd – Roland Colastica (Dutch) Anita and Me – Meera … More Awesome summer reads for teens!
In November, ERIF hosted its first Parent Teacher symposium in Amsterdam. The interactive day (in collaboration with the Teatro Munganga, the creators of Bino & Fino, actress and educator Anni Domingo as well as activist and educator G. Holwerda) was a great success and we look forward to organising and hosting a similar event in … More Must read articles for parents and teachers
Today – 26th January – is Australia Day. Dating back to 1788, the day marks the arrival of the British in New South Wales and in present times is widely viewed as a celebration of Australia’s diversity rather than colonialism. Having said this, even if the day doesn’t actively celebrate colonialism, hiding from the true … More Happy Australia Day? Three films to help you decide.
Hello everyone! Happy 2016! Our brand new newsletter for January 2016 detailing our most up to date announcements is available to read here. We hope you’ll get involved over the coming year. Have a good one!