“the unity is sub-marine,” so said the late great Caribbean poet Kamau Brathwaite, so let’s dive deep, I’m your host Tao Leigh Goffe, you’re listening to my Sub-Marine Podcast *Get Free.*
I am a writer and a PhDJ, that is a professor and a DJ. I teach literature and history at Cornell University, in classes on the global histories that emerge out of imperialism and unfreedom. This show is about getting free. Freedom is a verb. Freedom is an ongoing practice of discovering your yes by embracing sensorial ways of producing knowledge – listening- tasting- feeling – touching – submarine being.
Beneath the water, “the unity is sub-marine,” and so let’s go on a specultive deep dive with my guests: theorists, intellectuals, artists, designers: as we discuss the global entanglements of colonialism.
Dark Laboratory: Black Indigenous Speculative Geographies
In this crossover episode of "Get Free," professors at Cornell University Jeffrey Palmer and Tao Leigh Goffe take a drive around Cayuga Lake and discuss speculative histories of African American and Native American life.
Get Free (coming October 26)
Co-founders of the Dark Laboratory Jeffrey Palmer and Tao Leigh Goffe take a drive around Cayuga Lake and discuss speculative geographies and histories of Black and Native coalition.