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Pop as History

Saidah Rastam, Musician, Composer, Author | Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus

23-Feb-17 20:00

Pop as History

We welcome musician, author and lawyer Saidah Rastam to the show. She shares her thoughts on the intersections of music and politics through her work on the history of Negaraku and the rich legacy of our arts. We also reflect on the importance of popular culture as an alternative lens into our past and the promise and challenges of encouraging historical discourse beyond the limitations of our institutions.


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