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  • July 7, 2016

    Necessary Noise: Chérie Ndaliko

    Hip Deep scholar Chérie Ndaliko took the time to go into detail with us about music, activism and “charitable imperialism” in the east of Congo for our recent program Congo-Goma: Music, Conflict and N.G.O.s. Alongside her husband Petna Ndaliko, another … Read more »

  • January 21, 2016

    Reflections in Red: Reasoning with Dub Poet Oku Onuora

    Afropop’s David Katz and Saxon Baird interviewed Oku Onuora Feb. 10, 2015, in Jamaica, following Oku’s poetry reading at the University of the West Indies, Mona, as part of an event celebrating the life and work of noted poet and … Read more »

  • January 15, 2016

    Ghosts of Colonialism: An Interview With Eduardo Ascensão

    As part of the background for the Hip Deep program “Afro-Lisbon and the Lusophone Atlantic: Dancing Toward the Future,” producer Sam Backer interviewed Eduardo Ascensão, an urban geographer at Kings College, London. Sam Backer: Could start by telling me a … Read more »

  • May 2, 2013

    HIP DEEP INTERVIEW: Naresh Fernandes on Bombay’s Jazz Age

    Naresh Fernandes is one of the experts we spoke for for our recent Hip Deep episode African Sounds of the Indian Subcontinent. He’s a journalist and author, and writer of the book Taj Mahal Foxtrot – the definitive history of … Read more »

  • December 5, 2011

    Scholar: Dominik Kohlhagen

    Dominik Kohlhagen is a scholar of law and anthropology and a researcher in the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Juridique de Paris at the University of Paris -I and the first academic to publish research on the Ivorian popular music coupé-décalé. His article … Read more »

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