Aquatic Cartographies: Oceanic Imaginaries, Histories and Identities
Universitat de Lleida
21-22 July 2022
Aquatic Cartographies: Oceanic Imaginaries, Histories and Identities seeks to unravel a an understanding of transnational and oceanic forms of analysis by highlighting what Isabel Hofmeyr (2022) has conceptualized as “hydrocolonialism”, that is to say, colonization by way of water.
We envisage oceans as the means to unite people and what we aim to explore in this conference is transoceanic connectivity and to disclose the shared (post)colonial history that maps an aquatic cartography.
Dr. Imraan Coovadia
Prof. Kumari Issur
Prof. Tina Steiner
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