After an enriching, transformative year forging connections and collaborations, under the brilliant leadership of...
Dr Emily Kate Timms reflects on how discussions throughout the Black Health and the Humanities workshops led her to...
Ayotunde Ojo advocates for African agency in health research.
Chimwemwe Phiri shares her thoughts on the connections between art and environmental activism in Malawi
Maxwell Ayamba considers the historical presence of people of African descent in the British rural countryside
Kariima Ali interviews author Jacqueline Roy, reflecting on the writing process and representing Black experiences of poor mental health
Kelechi Anucha discusses workshop four’s theme of care in Amanda Thomson’s art practice
Arya Thampuran considers questions of care and embodied connection in Jacqueline Roy’s novel
Tanisha Spratt summarises workshop four and considers how racialised academics navigate notions of resilience and self-care practices
Niquita Alexander-Pilgrim explores anti-Black violence in the media, Black mental health, and healing
Shelda-Jane Smith and Lennon Mhishi produce an experimental collaboration featuring colleges that respond to themes the workshops have explored
Yewande Okuleye’s poem highlights the need for racialised researchers to find ways to practice self-care and to manage stress and trauma