periferias, the podcast | Second episode: Dantaé Elliot

A podcast highlighting the diverse and multidisciplinary voices that make up the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (KJCC) at New York University (NYU).

Hosted by Laura Keyt, PhD Candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese whose work focuses on Medieval and Early Modern Iberia.

Second episode: Dantaé Elliot

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In this episode, a conversation with Dantaé Elliot on fruit hats, The Young and the Restless, ‘touristing’ in her native Jamaica and the eloquent photography of Nadia Huggins. The episode features a special treat: Dantaé reads her forthcoming poem, “A me fi tell yuh”.

Dantaé Elliott is a 3rd year Ph.D. student in the Department of Spanish & Portuguese at NYU. Her work focuses on contemporary Caribbean visual art as it relates to migration within the Caribbean diaspora(s). Her poem “A me fi tell yuh”, featured in this episode, will appear in Forgotten Lands, Volume 4: Currents of Africa, during Spring 2022.

Episode Notes:
Christopher Cozier (13:04)
Angelique Nixon (26:58) Resisting Paradise: Tourism, Diaspora, and Sexuality in Caribbean Culture Carmen Miranda (15:49) Carmen Miranda “Chica Chica Boom Chic”
Vladimir Cybil, Fruit Hat (16:50)
Lélia Gonzalez, Brazilian Feminist and Scholar (22:00) For an Afro-Latin American Feminism
Forgotten Lands (28:14) Pre-Order Volume 4
Nadia Huggins (45:59)
Circa No Future (47:53)(#7 in toggle)
Transformations (50:46)
Is that a Buoy? (55:05)