Westminster hosts darkmatter symposium
16 May 2011
Speakers included Miri Song (University of Kent), Denise Ferreira da Silva (Queen Mary), Mark Sealy (Autograph ABP) and Brett St Louis (Goldsmiths). The event was followed by a wine reception to celebrate the recruitment of an international advisory board.
A three-part special edition of darkmatter titled 'post-racial imaginaries' will be published in 2012. For more information about the journal, visit http://www.darkmatter101.org
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