Hazel Franco, dance ethnographer, choreographer, UWI coordinator and CXC examiner for dance. Trinidad and Tobago
Award winning choreographer, Hazel Franco took a deep interest in the folk dances of Trinidad and Tobago very early in her career. Of all the dances, however, the Bele/Belaire engaged her the most. Its elaborate costumes, multiethnic dance movements and the foregrounding of women spurred her on to post-graduate studies in dance.… read on ...
Travel to Preston
Preston is a city in the North of England. IBAR is part of University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN), which is within easy access of the city centre. Details of how to get to IBAR/UCLAN, by rail, bus, coach or car, are available here: https://www.uclan.ac.uk/visit/how_to_find_us.php
Accommodation in Preston
In Preston city centre there are quite a few hotels available, usually with ensuite and breakfast included.… read on ...
CALL FOR PAPERS
5th Annual Postgraduate Conference of the Society for Caribbean Studies
Wednesday 27th February 2019
The University of Birmingham
The Society for Caribbean Studies Postgraduate Caribbean Network invites submissions of abstracts of not more than 250 words for research papers on the Hispanic, Francophone, Dutch and Anglophone Caribbean and their diasporas for its annual postgraduate conference.… read on ...