Events-Collection

"Reclaiming Power in Indigenous Artistic Presence"

What does a gendered analysis of Indigenous hip hop practice look like in the present? Eekwol (Lindsay Knight) and Liz Przybylski share music and dialogue around creativity and knowledge sharing in a hip hop context. They explore contemporary Indigenous presence in order to reconsider problematic definitions of “traditional” and “cultural.” Eekwol shares how, to thrive as Indigenous creatives, we require safe spaces to use storytelling, rhythm, and language to express adaptations within and acknowledgement of indigeneity. This conversation explores survivance, the active process of cultural flourishing, in Indigenous popular music today.
Time
Tuesday, 17.10.23 - 06:15 PM - 07:45 PM
Topic
"Reclaiming Power in Indigenous Artistic Presence"
Speaker
Prof. Dr. Liz Przybylski and Eekwol (Lindsay Knight)
Target groups

Students

Researchers

Location
Via Zoom
Reservation
not required
Organizer
North American Studies, AmerikaHaus NRW e.V.
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