Tolin Alexander is a theater maker. His intercultural and interdisciplinary work draws inspiration from Suriname’s multiethnic culture, particularly as it relates to his own Maroon culture and traditions. He participates in numerous national and international exchange projects with individual artists and organizations in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe. Recent projects include Swartgat/Dunguolo (2020), Stones Have Laws (IDFA film, 2018), and the theaterwork Lofzang op de Vrijheid (2018).

Corinna Campbell is an ethnomusicologist and associate professor of music at Williams College. Her research among the Suriname Maroons highlights themes that include music/dance interconnections, Surinamese cultural nationalism, culture-representational/folkloric performance, and the politics of performance. She is author of The Cultural Work: Maroon Performance in Paramaribo, Suriname (2020).

Rhonda Cobham-Sander is professor of English and Black studies at Amherst College. She is author of I and I: Epitaphs for the Self in the Work...

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