Cassandra Khaw: “It’s just a question of time before video games are accepted as culture”
We talk to the scriptwriter of video games and science-fiction author about their narrative potential and the challenges still facing this digital format.
I Am Not Your Periphery
The identities of the African diaspora and how in Europe, relations with otherness continue to be built under the social categories of race and gender.
The New Reactionaries
The traditional dominant majority is perceiving that a cultural hegemony is playing against them, despite the fact that the statistics do not agree with them.
Africa from the West: a Biased View
Africa is clearly subject to systemic bias: it is under-represented from the point of view of participation, content, and perspective.
Putting Diversity into Cultural Heritage
Can cultural institutions help to redefine our heritage from a multicultural perspective?
Afrofuturism, Science Fiction and African Identity
Afrofuturism is an artistic and cultural movement that has been calling for a new identity for decades through the science fiction and historical fantasy genres.