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Extraction, Coloniality, and Analytical Complicity in Moroccan Heritage Pop

Kendra Salois, American University: "Extraction, Coloniality, and Analytical Complicity in Moroccan Heritage Pop"


Due to COVID restrictions, in-person audiences are limited to JHU students, faculty, and staff, and no more than 50 people may be in the hall. To attend in-person, please be prepared to show your Johns Hopkins ID and your ProDensity pass, and know that once the 50-person capacity is reached, no additional audience members will be admitted to the space. This concert will not be ticketed; all seating is general admission.

Cohen-Davison Family Theatre 1 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
5:30 pm Tuesday, November 9 FREE

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Kendra Salois, American University: "Extraction, Coloniality, and Analytical Complicity in Moroccan Heritage Pop" Due to COVID restrictions, in-person audiences are limited to JHU students, faculty, and staff, and no more than 50 people may be in the hall. To attend in-person, please be prepared to show your Johns Hopkins ID…