Links this week: Mogadishu attacks, Kenya’s elections, Sudan’s film archives, and more

This week’s episode featured a conversation with Kiara Hill, one of the curators of “5 Takes on African Art,” an exhibition at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (UMCA) at the University of Massachusetts. (It was a prominent topic in last week’s episode with Amy Halliday). Kiara was one of the five curators; her exhibit is titled “[WOMB]an” … More Links this week: Mogadishu attacks, Kenya’s elections, Sudan’s film archives, and more

Links this week: Congo in Harlem, Liberia’s elections, and more

This week’s episode featured a conversation with filmmaker Christiane Badgley about her latest film, Guangzhou Dream Factory (trailer below). The film was mentioned by Dr. Lina Benabdallah in Episode 4. Dr. Benabdallah reviewed Badgley’s film in Africa is a Country. The film is currently only available for sale to educational institutions. People at colleges and universities … More Links this week: Congo in Harlem, Liberia’s elections, and more

From Episode #5: What we’re reading this week

We started off this week’s podcast episode talking about U.S. President Trump’s executive order banning entry to all refugees and to nationals of seven majority-Muslim countries. There is a great resource for those affected by the (now temporarily lifted) ban titled, “Resources for Sudanese Americans and Sudanese in America / موارد للأامريكين السودانيين والسودانيين بأمريكا” … More From Episode #5: What we’re reading this week

From Episode #2: What we’re reading this week

Tom Whyman, a fellow at the University of Essex, wrote “SOAS students have a point. Philosophy degrees should look beyond white Europeans” in The Guardian this week. Building on campaigns like #RhodesMustFall (which protested the presence of statues of Cecil Rhodes on UCT’s campus) and calls for a structural decolonization of the syllabus, students at SOAS have … More From Episode #2: What we’re reading this week