Indigenous Knowledge and The Cultural Economy

“The production, distribution and accumulation of resources – loosely the pursuit of prosperity – has always been a cultural performance …but with the rise of a separate profession of economics and a set of specifically economic knowledges such performance has either been neglected or actively denigrated ( Amin and Thrift, 2004:xii) Baba Mfuniselwa J. Bhengu,Continue reading “Indigenous Knowledge and The Cultural Economy”

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Originally posted on Ikhambi Natural Healing :
There is a whole global interest in the Astro-theology, philosophies and cosmic resonance of Ancient Kemet/Ta-Meri/ Egypt. While much of the interest is from Afrikan as well as American Afrikans and other Afrikans in the diaspora, there is a sizable number of Egyptologists and Egyptophiles who are not of…

Zadie Smith On Joni Mitchell’s Blue

Originally posted on brettworks:
In her recent essay in the New Yorker, novelist Zadie Smith recounts her listening history with the music of Joni Mitchell–specifically, Mitchell’s 1971 album Blue. Here is the title song from the record: Smith describes encountering Mitchell’s idiosyncratic and alternate tuning jazzy-folk music for the first time while in college and…

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