Georgia Anna Muldrow, « Run Away »
Pamela Ohene-Nyako (she/her) is a PhD candidate and teaching-assistant at the Department of history at the University of Geneva. Her research carries on Black-European women’s internationalism and intersectional thought (1965-2001) and she has published a number of peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the topic. She is one of the co-editors and contributors of Un-Doing Race: Rassifizierung in der Schweiz/Racialisation en Suisse (Seismo, 2022), an edited and transdisciplinary book on racialization in Switzerland available in French and German. Alongside her academic activities, Pamela is the founder of Afrolitt’, a bilingual literary platform that seeks to promote black literature, as well as stimulate critical thought.
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