Afrofuturism Answers Back to Afro-pessimism

Dr. Mich Nyawalo shares how afrofuturism, a powerful art movement that identifies innovative spaces of power and opportunity, has evolved as a response to afropessimism, a limiting and reductive narrative. He examines how afrofuturism has become a sophisticated aesthetic through the award-winning work of Wanuri Kahiu and her film Pumzi.

Magazine Review

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A review of Peeps magazine by Aidnography.


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Education Forum Review

Peeps in the Classroom

How anthropology students can engage with Peeps Magazine.

Publishing Review

Peeps Magazine Through Academic Eyes

The University of Toronto Anthropology profs Drs. Leslie Carlin and Simon Coleman to provide us with some constructive feedback and their thoughts.

Forum Publishing Review

When Mainstream Media Thinks Anthropology is Cool

β€œAt last, an indie mag about anthropology! If that turns you off, think again. Like the best magazines, Peeps is a magazine about people and there are some great universal stories here.”
β€” Jeremy Leslie, magCulture

Forum Peeps Review

A Review of Peeps Magazine

A review of Peeps Magazine!