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DCFA presents their 4th Annual Cultural Research Colloquium

Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017

The Department of Creative and Festival Arts (DCFA) presents their fourth annual Cultural Research Colloquium (CRC) – A Research Day showcasing the research of Introduction to Cultural Research Methods (THEA 1004) students.  This year’s theme is Interrogating Contemporary Caribbean Culture IV.

The colloquium takes place November 20 from 8.30am at the Centre for Language Learning (CLL) Auditorium.

To view a printable flyer, please click here.

For further details, please contact: 344-9949 or email; Dr Jo-anne Tull,; Louise Deonanan-Dover,

About THEA 1004

This Level I course exposes students to the basics of cultural research methods and research practice, and requires students to engage in a cultural research process by way of a group research project. As part of their skills development, students are required to present their research ideas and findings in a conference-styled forum.

About Interrogating Contemporary Caribbean Culture IV

The fourth annual CRC will feature paneled presentations on a range of topics:  The performing arts; carnival; indigenous festivals; visual arts; culture and new media; and the business of culture. The intent is to highlight the significance of Caribbean culture in varying contexts and create a forum for generating new research on Caribbean cultural studies.