Chérie Rivers Ndaliko (NHC Fellow, 2019–20)
Archival Mutations: Decomposing Aesthetics of Atrocity in Congo
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillReturn to All Fellows
Fellowship Work Summary, 2019–20
Chérie Rivers Ndaliko completed the manuscript of her monograph To be Nsala’s Daughter: Decomposing the Colonial Gaze. She produced three films, Matata (Alkebu Film Productions, 2019); 267 (Alkebu Film Productions, 2020); and Kapita (Alkebu Film Productions, 2020). She also wrote the preface to a special edition of Critical African Studies on Colonial Durabilities in Africa’s Great Lakes Region, which is edited by Charlotte Mertens, Stephanie Perazzone, and David Mwamberi; and the chapter “Coloniality and ‘World Music’” in Critical Themes in World Music: A Reader for Excursions in World Music, edited by Timothy Rommen (Routledge, 2020).