Patrick Henderson, doctoral student and C3R associate, surveys Jamaican pop music from the 1950s to the present day, playing and discussing examples of mento, ska, reggae and dancehall and considering their cultural significance.
Tags: American Music Listening Group, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Department of American and Canadian Studies, Nottingham Contemporary, Patrick Henderson, race and rights, seminar
Patrick Henderson, School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies, gives this lecture on ‘Underground resistance – afrofuturism and the technonarrative of blackness’.
Tags: american, culture, music, Patrick Henderson, popular culture, Populat Culture Lecture Series, race, School of Cultures Languages and Area Studies
Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a screening of Edgar Arceneaux’s A Time to Break Silence. Featuring an introduction and Q&A with Patrick Henderson, PhD student in the Department of American and Canadian Studies.
Tags: Arts Council England, Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Department of American and Canadian Studies, film, Martin Luther King, Nottingham Contemporary, Patrick Henderson, screening