Storytelling for Black History

Episode 19 February 10, 2022 00:42:54
Storytelling for Black History
The Louder Than Words Podcast
Storytelling for Black History
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Hidden histories and lost voices are now being heard. The latest episode of Louder Than Words looks at Black History through lenses of plays and literature.

Contributors to this episode are: 

Dr Jak Peake, Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre

Professor Jeremy Krikler, Department of History

Dr Holly Maples, East 15 Acting School

Further reading

Read blog about on Theatre, Literature and Education by Dr Jak Peake

Read blog on creating theatre about Black History by Professor Jeremy Krikler and Dr holly Maples

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