Ola Mohammed is an Assistant professor of Black Popular Culture at York University, Toronto, Canada. She specializes in interdisciplinary research exploring Black cultural production, Black social life and Black being as sites of possibility. Her dissertation, The Black Nowhere: The Social and Cultural Politics of Listening to Black Canada(s), examines the sonic dimension of anti-Blackness in Canada; her research interests include Black Popular Music, Black Studies, Sound Studies, Diaspora Studies, Performance Theory and Digital Culture. Ola Mohammed has an extensive background in student activism, is a founding member of the York Black Graduate Students’ Collective which advocated and worked to implement Black Studies/ Black Canadian Studies at York at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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