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The Barbados Museum and Historical Society (BMHS), in partnership with the Department of History and Philosophy at the University of the West Indies and the National Cultural Foundation presents the 2018 BMHS Lecture Series.
The Barbados Museum and Historical Society series is entitled Cricket as Popular Culture.
The Lecture Series will feature a roster of panel discussions and lectures every Tuesday until Jun 5 with the following lectures:
Cricket and the Apartheid Era - Prof. Alan Cobley, Vice-Chancellor's Office
Chariperson - Mr. Andrew Mason
The Evolution & Impact of the Sir Garfield Sobers Cricket Tournament - Mr. Morris Greenidge
Chariperson - Mr. Noel Lynch
*** May 22nd
Panel Discussion: Cricket and The Media
Panelists: Mr. Adrian Richards (Senior Communications Officer, WICB), Mr. Michael White, Mr. Patrick Cozier
Moderator - Mr. David Ellis
*** May 29th
Negotiating the New Barbados: Suppressing the Colonial Past & Liberating the Democratic Future - Prof. Sir Hilary Beckles
Chariperson - Dr. Henderson Carter
*** Jun 5th
Reclaiming the Brand: Social Culture and Personal Empowerment in West Indian Cricket & The Caribbean, Including the Past that Cricket Commentary Played in That Development - Ms. Donna Symmonds
Chariperson - Ms. Jewel Forde
Cricket, Carnival and Calypso - Dr. Marcia Burrowes
Chariperson - Mr. Carlyle Best
All lectures take place at the Queen's Park Steel Shed and begin at 7:00 p.m.
For more information:
Call: 246-537-9422 or 246-537-4392
Venue: Queen's Park Steel Shed, Queen's Park, St Michael