In this last and final part, Augusta Atinuke Irele (Nigeria), Africana Studies PhD candidate at the prestigious University Of Pennsylvania, tells us about what it means for her to be African. The conversation then moves to the place of literature in Africa, and how the new ways we consume content (social media, video, podcasts, etc.) is eventually going to reshape literature and maybe even how we should think about delivering knowledge to the youth. Augusta finishes with a powerful message in Yoruba. Enjoy!
Find out more about Augusta at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/augustairele/