Dr. Phanuel Antwi, assistant professor of English at UBC, looks at how musical styles such as isicathamiya, gospel, and hip-hop have influenced one another and been introduced to different cultures via colonization
Date/Time: Mar 2 2019, 7:15 pm to 10:00 pmVancouver, Chan Centre for the Performing Arts | Event calendar
Phanuel Antwi is assistant professor of English at University of British Columbia. He writes, researches, and teaches critical black studies; settler colonial studies; black Atlantic and diaspora studies; Canadian literature and culture since 1830; critical race, gender, and sexuality studies; and material cultures. He has published articles in Interventions, Affinities, and Studies in Canadian Literature, and he is completing a book-length project titled Currencies of Blackness: Faithfulness, Cheerfulness and Politeness in Settler Writing.