Academics from the universities of Kingston, artists at the festival, filmmakers and producers will delve, once again, into the history and evolution of reggae through a series of meetings.

This year Rototom Sunsplash is particularly pleased to welcome back Professor Carolyn Cooper of the University of the West Indies, a prominent academic and cultural theorist whose pioneering work in the field was among the first to make reggae and dancehall an area of academic study. And her colleague, Dr Dennis Howardof the Media Technology Institute, will be joining reggae university for the very first time, to share his views on the field of music promotion, complimented by his work in the academic and policy fields.

Here is the full program for Reggae University at Rototom Sunsplash 2016:

SATURDAY, August 13:

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SUNDAY, August 14:

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MONDAY, August 15:

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TUESDAY, August 16:

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WEDNESDAY, August 17:

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THURSDAY, August 18:

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FRIDAY, August 19:

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SATURDAY, August 20:

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