AiW guests: Janet Remmington and Nicklas Hållén Typically Africa has been framed as a destination, not source, of travellers. Also it has been taken to be the subject, not origin, of texts. Travel and movement of Africans are too often… Read More ›
Culture, politics and intellectual practice through Gilroy’s “The Black Atlantic”
This post is part of the series Gilroy’s Black Atlantic. Click here to read the first post of the series and here to read the second. The book “The Black Atlantic: Modernity and Double Consciousness” written by Paul Gilroy is extremely insightful to… Read More ›
Gilroy’s Black Atlantic: Samba, Jazz and Sambajazz in Brazil and the Black Atlantic.
This post is part of the series Gilroy’s Black Atlantic. Click here to read the first post of the series and here to read the third. AiW Guest Gabriel Improta I’m a musician and a social scientist from Rio de… Read More ›