Whose Crisis? Covid 19 explored through arts and cultural practices of African communities

Perry, M. , Duclos, V., Kambalu, E., Currie, A., Loose, E., Modise, O. M., Lekoko, R., Mmeko, G., Ketlogetswe, T., Mabaso, S., Joseph, M., Ndlela, T., Mathendele Amstrong, D., Moyo, B., Nyirenda, D., Chikonda, B., Paul, S., Ajayi, S., Adjibade, S., Awosanmi, G., Babatunde, F., Abiodun, D., Tofunmi Ajibade, E., Okot, A., Aganyira, K., Kagolobya, R., Otim, D. J., Alanyo, P., Byekwaso, J., Kandole, R., Muwanika, V., Sharp, J., Robinson, J. , Keith, N. and Strachan, Z. (2021) Whose Crisis? Covid 19 explored through arts and cultural practices of African communities. [Data Collection]

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The “Whose Crisis?” project is in response to a continually evolving global health pandemic. In this context, the dominant discourses have been generated in the North, overwhelmingly by a minority of wealthy and powerful authors, reflecting narrowly on a crisis that, while impacting the whole world, is experienced in vastly different ways. This data set consists of arts and cultural practices shared by participants in reflection of the lived experiences of, perspectives on, and responses to, COVID-19 in vulnerable communities across sub-Saharan Africa. The data has been generated by large team of collaborators who prioritise the lived experiences, customs, and needs of the communities engaged through a culturally responsive and arts-based research approach.

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College / School: College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > English Literature
College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences > Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences > Institute of Cancer Sciences
College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences > Institute of Health and Wellbeing
College of Social Sciences > School of Education
Date Deposited: 15 Oct 2021 10:54
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URI: http://researchdata.gla.ac.uk/id/eprint/1196

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Perry, M. , Duclos, V., Kambalu, E., Currie, A., Loose, E., Modise, O. M., Lekoko, R., Mmeko, G., Ketlogetswe, T., Mabaso, S., Joseph, M., Ndlela, T., Mathendele Amstrong, D., Moyo, B., Nyirenda, D., Chikonda, B., Paul, S., Ajayi, S., Adjibade, S., Awosanmi, G., Babatunde, F., Abiodun, D., Tofunmi Ajibade, E., Okot, A., Aganyira, K., Kagolobya, R., Otim, D. J., Alanyo, P., Byekwaso, J., Kandole, R., Muwanika, V., Sharp, J., Robinson, J. , Keith, N. and Strachan, Z. (2021); Whose Crisis? Covid 19 explored through arts and cultural practices of African communities

University of Glasgow

DOI: 10.5525/gla.researchdata.1196

Retrieved: 2022-06-25

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