Archiving and heritage with Rianna Walcott
Is social media a kind of archive? How does colonialism affect the way things are presented? What is it like navigating academia as a Black woman?
In this episode, Benin discusses heritage, archives, in jokes and Black Twitter with the fabulous Rianna Walcott. Rianna is a PhD candidate at Kings College London researching Black women's identity formation in digital spaces, author of the Colour of Madness and co-founder of Project Myopia.
This project was supported by funding from the ESRC Impact Acceleration Account awarded to the University of Edinburgh.