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Tamika Galanis' Public Lecture: Repatriating the Bahamian Lomax Collection

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Tamika Galanis' Public Lecture: Repatriating the Bahamian Lomax Collection

Join us on Thursday, January 31st at 6pm for a community conversation and deep dive into the Bahamian folk materials from the Alan Lomax Collection at the Library of Congress with  artist and researcher Tamika Galanis.

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The collection boasts hundreds of sound recordings and photographs from New Providence, Cat Island, and Andros from 1935 and 1979. This collection gifts us with a rare peek into Family-Island-Life on one of the lesser-photographed islands.

Galanis is the current Jon B. Lovelace Fellow for the Study of the Alan Lomax Collection at the John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress.

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