PAAP |The Poetics of SUN RA: A Joyful Noise

PAAP |The Poetics of SUN RA: A Joyful Noise

Written by Lehlohonolo Ndlovu | Feature visual by Larah Fisher – In honour of Sun Ra and in his own words, before we begin “The first thing to do is to consider time officially ended…” During America’s dark ages of Jim Crowe laws and the inhumane treatment of African Americans, a treatment that was birthed […]

PAAP | Prof Mahmood Mamdani: Scholarship as Political Activism

PAAP | Prof Mahmood Mamdani: Scholarship as Political Activism

Written by Khensani de Klerk | Feature Image: Mahmood Mamdani, 2013 Welcome to our Peeling Away at Patriarchy series, which seeks to contribute to the equality that feminism stands for by letting you know compadres and allies in privilege positions who are contributing to transformation and intersectionality in spatial discourse. We obviously aim at making […]

A Tribute to Hugh Masekela

A Tribute to Hugh Masekela

by Khensani de Klerk & Larah Fisher |feature visual by Sarah Fisher – Bra HUGH! Bra Hugh, You told it the most true. We’ve got the Afro beat blues. The sorrows of that troubling Turbulent time – in the rhymes Of your instrumental linguistics Speaking, transcending, singing, reverberating Then Now In worn out surface Stretched, softened, beaten […]