Black Everyday Lives, Material Culture and Narrative: Tings in de House
This book is timely, being produced in a timespan where the first generation of Windrush era arrivals are now in their late 70s and older, a generation which are sadly decreasing.
This is an engaging and accessible read, using the house as the framework to discuss Black British experience. It could have wider appeal for a general and popular audience – a book that plays into nostalgia but also has a more critical/intersectional approach
Including images from popular culture archives and images commissioned especially for the volume, this book acts both as a time capsule and a communicator, passing on embodied knowledge from the past, and protecting them for the future
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