Summer 2021: Outing Archives, Archives Outing
Nadine Deller considers the impact of institutional whiteness on her position as a Black “mixed-race” researcher and how developing a podcast on Black British theatre history helped her negotiate “Black fugitivity” within the BPA.
In this dialogue based article Vicki Couzens and Priya Srinivasan think through decolonization from the place of praxis and cultural artistic exchanges in the Australian context.
Wojtek Ziemilski presents a multilayered hypertext in response to Lola Arias’ documentary theatre workshop Mis Documentos, playing with autobiography and the digital in archival performance.
Reflecting on his research on folk performances in subaltern communities in India, Brahma Prakash, in his article “Archives are a SCAM!”, critically considers the politics concerning structural archival conventions.
17-06-21: Through prose and soundscape, Ramzi Maqdisi reflects on his aural experiences of Palestine in response to the recent violence in Jerusalem.
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