Posts Tagged With: literature

Slavery, Lived Realities and Decolonising Forced Migration Histories – An interview with Asst. Prof. Portia Owusu

In the framework of the UCL Southern Responses to Displacement project, I’ve had the pleasure to speak to Dr Portia Owusu on her excellent work on the politics of history and indigenous narratives of slavery in African American and West African literature. Narratives that are often not taken into account in traditional teaching of forced migration.
You can listen to our conversation here:

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