History | Board & Committees | Rules Founded in 2002, the Association for Cultural Studies (ACS) aims at forming and promoting an effective worldwide community of cultural studies. It is intended as a tool for building strong interdisciplinary and transnational connections by offering meaningful meeting places for the great diversity of committed scholars in this […]
The ACS Bylaws call for an election of the association’s Board every four years, and since the current Board began its term in 2012, the time has come to elect a new Board. The bylaws state that the Board has one Chair and one Vice Chair, plus regional representatives as follows: Africa – 3 (one […]
Just one week left to register for ACSI 2015 in Bloemfontein with Normal registration rates. Normal registration ends on the 15th of September after which Late registration rates start applying. Please register now to secure your spot at this wonderful event. Find out more about ACSI 2015 at http://www.acssibloemfontein2015.co.za.
The Association for Cultural Studies (ACS) is delighted to announce the third ACS Institute, which will be held from 7-12 December 2015 at the University of the Free State in Bloemfontein, South Africa. The theme of the 2015 Institute is “Precarious Futures.” The ACS Institute will be a forum for critical discussions of important perspectives […]
This post is a version of the email just sent to all registered participants on June 5th. SESSION PROGRAM: The first draft of the session program PDF is ready and online: http://www.cultstud.org/wordpress/?page_id=128 There will be changes, but we will try to keep everyone in the alphabetical session slot indicated or at least the same day […]
Below is a list of all papers accepted by the Academic Committee. It does not include session chairs, discussants or other registrees who do not have an individual paper at the conference. The paper status will be changed from “Proposed” to “Confirmed” upon completion of the proposer’s conference registration. The table below is updated weekly. The proposer […]
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Spotlight session 1: African Cultural Studies and/in Global Cultural Studies: Local, Diasporic, (Outer)Continental This panel addresses developments in African cultural studies, considered both in a glocal context and in the context of global cultural studies. Past arguments for an African origin of CS- Ngugi’s activist theatre; Senghor’s Negritude- have remained mere curiosities in so-called global […]
Keynotes 1 & 2: Elena Trubina (Russia): Arendt and the сity: conceptualizing citizens, consumers and superfluous people Abstract: Early twenty-first-century Eastern Europe is witnessing the coexistence of emancipatory politics with the fast dehumanization of presumably civilized people, the collapse of the public sphere, and the domination of state bureaucracies. Hanna Arendt’s work on the spaces of […]
The 10th Crossroads Conference in Cultural Studies will be hosted by the School of Communication, Media and Theatre (CMT) at the University of Tampere jointly with the Society for Cultural Studies in Finland and the Association for Cultural Studies (ACS). School of Communication, Media and Theatre (CMT) at the University of Tampere The School of Communication, […]