“What would it mean to create a sanctuary for all?”
Tao Leigh Goffe
Tao Leigh Goffe is a writer and DJ specializing in the histories of imperialism, migration, and globalization. She is an assistant professor of literary theory and cultural history at Cornell University, where she is also the director of the Afro-Asia Group. Her research examines the unfolding relationship between wildlife and technology.
“What are the compartments that have been placed around how we understand slavery and genocide and its impact on our lives and the world?”
The DJ Is a Time Machine
Let’s rupture and reject the “timeline,” a flawed and colonial form of teaching history.
Identity, Islands, and Hazel V. Carby
What histories do we inherit? In the current crisis of Brexit—which points to larger global shifts toward nationalism and xenophobia—there is no more urgent a ...
“Who Inherits?”: A Conversation between Tao Leigh Goffe and Hazel V. Carby
Over the decades of her transatlantic career, distinguished Yale University professor emerita of American and African American studies Hazel V. Carby has considered how one negotiates ancestral ties ...