Afrofuturism*  

 

Delaney, S. R., (1994) Silent Interviews: on language, race, sex, science fictions and some comics. New England: Wesleyan University Press.

 

Dey, M. (2014) ‘Black to the Future: Interviews with Samuel R. Delaney, Greg Tate, and Tricia Rose’in Flame Wars: The Discourse of the Cybernetic.London: Duke University Press.

https://www.uvic.ca/victoria-colloquium/assets/docs/Black%20to%20the%20Future.pdf

 

Eshun., K. (2018) More Than Brilliant than the Sun: Adventures in Sonic Fiction, London: Verso

https://ciudadtecnicolor.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/kodwo-eshun-more-brilliant-than-the-sun-adventures-in-sonic-fiction.pdf

 

Sun Ra’s 1971 course ‘The Black Man in the Cosmos’, University of California, Berkeley: full lecture and reading list

http://www.openculture.com/2014/07/full-lecture-and-reading-list-from-sun-ras-1971-uc-berkeley-course.html

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*A description of Afrofuturism adapted from the Tate website:

Afrofuturism is a cultural aesthetic that combines science-fiction, history and fantasy to explore the African-American experience and aims to connect those from the black diaspora with their African ancestry

Wangechi Mutu, “Histology of Different Classes of Uterine Tumors”/Courtesy of PNCA