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Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud

Jasmine Jamillah Mahmoud is a performance historian who writes about black aesthetics, contemporary performance, feminist/queer of color critique, cultural policy, and urbanism. Her writing appears in Hyperallergic, the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies blog, and The Arts Politic, a magazine she co-founded. She is currently an Assistant Professor in Arts Leadership program at Seattle University.
To Salvage an Archive

To Salvage an Archive

What does it mean to make public your family's history of migration? Deanna Bowen discusses her new exhibition ”A Harlem Nocturne,“ and Black histories across the continent