January Research Network Meeting Audio Recordings
See the bottom of this post to listen to the fascinating and thought-provoking presentations at our research network meeting last week. The speakers were:
Onyeka Igwe and J.D. Stokely: Memory, Representation & the Archive: The Use of Autoethnography in Performance and Film.
|Onyeka Igwe: still from her film 'We need new names'|
Onyeka Igwe and J.D. Stokely "Our work is interested in the idea of using archived materials to create a "necessary fiction" that explores the complexities of our ancestral histories. How can we as artists challenge the western simplification and belittling of black history through auto-ethnographic practices?
|Kabe Wilson: The intersectionality of foootball terrace hate speech|
Read more about their ideas on the Library webpage