Karin Barber – Popular voices in the print culture of 1920s Lagos

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 26 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Karin Barber (University of Birmingham) Popular voices in the print culture of 1920s Lagos In …

Antoinette Burton – Postcolonial Flyover: Above and Below in Frank Moraes’ The Importance of Being Black (1965)

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 26 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Antoinette Burton (University of Illinois) Postcolonial Flyover: Above and Below in Frank Moraes’ The Importance …

Paul Pickering – The Rhythm of the Hustings: Music and Electoral Politics in Victoria’s Empire

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: June 24-­26th 2010 Bristol, UK … Paul Pickering (Australian National University) The Rhythm of the Hustings: Music and Electoral Politics in …

Nicholas Nourse – Music as an adjunct to punishment in the armed forces and the people of Britain and the Empire

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 26 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Nicholas Nourse (University of Bristol) Music as an adjunct to punishment in the armed forces …

Arnab Dasgupta – Conflicting ‘selves’ and the project of Empire: The case of Anandaram Dhekiyal Phukan

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 26 June 2010 Bristol, UK Arnab Dasgupta (University of Delhi) Conflicting ‘selves’ and the project of Empire: The case of Anandaram …

Kimberley Rae Connor – Reading from the Heart Out: Chief Bromden Through Indigenous Eyes

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 26 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Kimberley Rae Connor (University of San Francisco) Reading from the Heart Out: Chief Bromden Through …

Cecilia Morgan – What a difference there is between this country and America”: Native Peoples’ Letter-writing Across the British Empire, 1800-1870

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 25 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Cecilia Morgan (University of Toronto) What a difference there is between this country and America”: …

Kirsty Reid – Writing racism on the streets of early nineteenth-century England

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: June 24-­26th 2010 Bristol, UK Kirsty Reid (University of Bristol) Writing racism on the streets of early nineteenth-century England ‘From his …

Fiona Paisley – Britain’s Gun Bragging: Aboriginal and Black on the Streets of Interwar London

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 25 June 2010 Bristol, UK … Fiona Paisley, (Griffiths University) Britain’s Gun Bragging: Aboriginal and Black on the Streets of Interwar …

Caroline Bressey – The writings of black working women in London 1880–1920

Writing the Empire: Scribblings from Below An international & interdisciplinary conference Phillipe de Vigors, ‘Convicts letter writing at Cockatoo Island, New South Wales, 1849’ Reproduced by kind permission of the State Library of New South Wales, Sydney   Event Dates: 25 June 2010 Bristol, UK Caroline Bressey (University College London) The writings of black working women in London 1880–1920 The experiences …