Podcast: Mute/Unmute #35: Joana Atemengue Owona on Saidiya Hartman's Methodology of Critical Fabulation
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In this episode, Joana Atemengue Owona invites us to learn about Saidiya Hartman's methodology of critical fabulation.
Hartman, Saidiya: Venus in Two Acts, Small Axe, Number 26 (Volume 12,
Number 2), June 2008, pp. 1-14 (Article)
Hartman, Saidiya: Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments: Intimate Histories of
Riotous Black Girls, Troublesome Women, and Queer Radicals, New York, NY :
W.W. Norton & Company, 2019
‚A Note on Method’ see page 7-9
Pod Save the People (Imagine More Radically with Saidiya Hartman) , Jan
Seminar: Expanded Decolonial Practices: Negotiating the politic of art, Prof.
Dr. Clémentine Deliss, 19.01.2021
Frida Orupabo, „Deux têtes, collage avec attaches parisiennes, 2022, Avec l’aimable
autorisation de l’artiste / Galerie Nordenhake“
Hartman, Saidiya: Venus in Two Acts, Small Axe, Number 26 (Volume 12, Number 2), June 2008, page 1