Here’s My Body, Take it! A Review of Romeo Oriogun’s ‘A Sacrament of Bodies’ —

AiW Guest: Tikondwe Kaphagawani Chimkowola. Romeo Oriogun’s Sacrament of Bodies (2020) opens with a quote from Kazim Ali that mourns, “in one place everyone looks like me – has my name – I am the most foreign”. This longing for belonging complements the title of the book and refutes the notion of the uniformity of […]

Here’s My Body, Take it! A Review of Romeo Oriogun’s ‘A Sacrament of Bodies’ —

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