In this podcast we're joined by Dr Pat Noxolo to discuss the ways in which Caribbean people deploy creative energy to live with the everyday effects of insecurity, poverty, inequality and violence
Caribbean creativity has shaped literary, music and dance cultures globally. Alongside this geographers are increasingly looking at what performance can tell us about place, identity and politics.
In this podcast we're interviewing Dr Pat Noxolo from the University of Birmingham, to discuss the ways in which Caribbean people deploy creative energy to live with the everyday effects of insecurity, poverty, inequality and violence in this culturally and environmentally unique region.
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