Belize September Lecture 2020

Belize September Lecture 2020

  • Belize September Lecture 2020

The Belize September Lecture is a yearly event that has been co-organized and supported by the Belize History Association, the National Celebration’s Committee, and the Institute for Social and Cultural Research of the National Institute of Culture and History. The goal of the lecture is to bring pioneering research ideas and findings on Belize’s history to the forefront.

 

This year’s topic is independence and decolonization. The purpose of the topic is to highlight the relationship between independence and decolonization, as a theoretical approach, philosophy, and practice. Panelists are asked to contribute to the discourse by historicizing and contextualizing the actions, events, outcomes, and processes of independence and decolonization in selected areas.

The Presenters

Panelists:
1. Ifáṣínà Efunyemi: The Relevance of Decolonization
2. Jordan Craig: Internationalization as Decolonization Praxis: Independence and Beyond
3. Delmer Tzib: Why Decolonize Education?
4. Filiberto Penados: Decolonization and Indigenous Peoples

 

Moderator: Mr. Rene Villanueva

 

Watch the Lecture

The lecture was streamed live on the Belize History Association Facebook Page. It is available on-demand on YouTube:

 

 

Sponsors

We are thankful to the Institute of Social and Cultural Research of the National Institute of Culture and History, the National Celebrations Committee, The University of Belize, the Belize Archives and Records Service, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Belize National Library Service and Information System for their support. We are especially thankful to LoveFM for broadcasting this event.

Contact Us

Belize History Association
Secretariat, Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR)
National Institute of Culture and History (NICH)
Mountain View Blvd,
Belmopan City,
Belize

(T) 822-3307 (F) 822-3815
bha.belize@gmail.com

The BHA was established under the auspices of the National Institute of Culture and History and is supported by the Belize Archives & Records Service, Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, and Culture, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.