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Zora Neale Hurston’s visual and textual portrait of middle passage survivor Oluale Kossola/Cudjo Lewis
ABSTRACT This article examines African American folklorist Zora Neale Hurston’s book-length biography and film of the last known Middle Passage survivor, Oluale Kossola/Cudjo Lewis, to explore her
Inside the invisible: Memorialising Slavery and Freedom in the Life and Works of Lubaina Himid
Inside the Invisible provides the first examination of the work of Turner Prize-winning Black British artist and curator Professor Lubaina Himid CBE. This comprehensive volume breaks new ground by
Dance anthropology and the impact of 1930s Haiti on Katherine Dunham's scientific and artistic consciousness
Katherine Dunham (1909-2006) was one of the most critically and commercially successful dancers of the twentieth century. She established and ran the Katherine Dunham Dance Company, the earliest
Finding last middle passage survivor Sally ‘Redoshi’ Smith on the page and screen
ABSTRACT This article identifies for the first time the last living Middle Passage survivor, Sally ‘Redoshi’ Smith (ca. 1848–1937), and traces her life story across a range of archival sources,
‘It’s all about action’: An Interview with Lubaina Himid
This section of the book contains an interview with Himid, conducted a few weeks after she won the Turner Prize, in which she reflects in detail on her activist art. The interview contains