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Reviving and regenerating the traditions and values of university press publishing

Taking advantage of digital technologies and experimenting with the many attractions of print, Goldsmiths Press seeks to revive and regenerate the traditions of academic publishing. Our aim is to create a new culture around academic knowledge practices, one that is more innovative and less constrained than it is now. About Goldsmiths Press

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Teklife, Ghettoville, Eski: The Sonic Ecologies of Black Music in the Early 21st Century

Teklife, Ghettoville, Eski argues that Black electronic dance music produces sonic ecologies of Blackness that expose and reorder the contemporary racialization of the urban—ecologies that can never be reduced simply to their geographical and racial context. Dhanveer Singh Brar makes the case for Black electronic dance music as the cutting-edge aesthetic project of the diaspora, which due to the music's class character makes it possible to reorganize life within the contemporary city. 

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Clive Nwonka and Anamik Saha on the MIT Podcast

Clive Nwonka and Anamik Saha talk to Sam Kelly about Black Film British Cinema II, which brings together scholars, thinkers and practitioners to consider the politics of Blackness in contemporary British cinema and visual practice.

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