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Caribbean Cultural Heritage and the Nation

Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao in a Regional Context

Centuries of intense and involuntary migrations deeply impacted the development of the creolised cultures on the Dutch Caribbean islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao. This volume describes various forms of cultural heritage produced on these islands over time and whether these heritages are part of their ‘national’ identifications. What forms of heritage express the idea of a shared “we” (nation-building), and what images are presented to the outside world (nation-branding)? What cultural heritage is shared between the islands, and what are some real or perceived differences?

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Slavery in the Cultural Imagination

Conference – Slavery in the Cultural Imagination; Voices of Dissent in the Neerlandophone Space, 17th-21st Century

The Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), Amsterdam School of Historical Studies (ASH), and Institute for Cultural Inquiry (ICON) are co-convening a two-day conference on the cultural imagination of slavery. The conference will be held on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 October 2021 at the universities of Amsterdam and Utrecht.

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Equaliberty in the Dutch Caribbean

Equaliberty in the Dutch Caribbean is a collection of essays that explores fundamental questions of equality and freedom on the non-sovereign islands of the Dutch Caribbean.

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Debat over homoseksualiteit en Caribische gays

door Tanja Fraai


Debat donderdag 4 augustus 2011: Homoseksualiteit in Caribische gemeenschap.


– Mario Kleinmoedig, voorvechter van homo-emancipatie op Curaçao en in Nederland

– Jabu Arnell, kunstenaar van Sint Maarten, toont schilderij ‘Nikker, Flikker’

– Charl Landvreugd, kunstenaar met Surinaamse wortels

– Hubert Fermina, bestuurslid van Progay


Debatleider: Tanja Fraai
Live muziek van Charissa Granger en Vernon Chatlein (steelpan)
Locatie: De Balie, Leidseplein, Amsterdam Centrum.
Tijd: inloop vanaf 19.30 uur, start debat 20.00 tot 21.30 uur (aansluitend borrel).
Gratis entrée!

[van de blogspot van Tanja Fraai, 31 juli 2011]

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