Scholarship and identity through family, Afrofuturism, and 1,600 vinyl records

(Article by Alina Ladyzhensky in Penn Today. Photo credit: Annenberg School for Communication)

“Many of us can relate to the experience of having certain sensory details instantly transport us to memories of home and formative moments in our lives. As Antoine Haywood, a fourth-year Ph.D. candidate at Annenberg, writes in a new autoethnographic essay, such associations—in his case, through listening to and collecting vinyl records—can serve as potent and profound linkages to one’s cultural and familial roots. As part of his ongoing exploration into multimodal scholarship, doctoral student Antoine Haywood pairs his newly published autoethnographic essay with a curated soundtrack.”

Source: https://bit.ly/3nM7AiN

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