FEB-MAR Events

Archiving Revolution

MARCH 20th

Archiving Revolution is a roundtable discussion that centers the events that defined the transformative politics in Africa during the 1980s and 1990s. It draws inspiration from the exhibit in the Howard University Museum: Gerald Annan-Forson: Revolution and Image-Making in Postcolonial Ghana, which will run through September ’24. The roundtable will include Scot Brown, Kwame Otu, Bright Gyamfi, Nana Ama, Agyeamang Asante, Judith Opoku-Boateng, and Jesse Shipley in conversation on the possibilities and challenges of documenting, memorializing, and archiving radical change.