Katerina Webb-Bourne is a Ph.D. candidate at King’s College London. Her research explores the racial politics, gender dynamics, and commemorative practices of the Black Indian community of New Orleans. On weekends, she can be found surrounded by books and cups of tea at London’s oldest independent cinema 'The Phoenix', serving behind the Café/Bar.

60 Seconds With Katerina Webb-Bourne

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