“Angolan Radio in Five Songs”
Marissa J. Moorman
Associate Professor of History at Indiana University – Bloomington
Marissa Moorman is an Associate Professor of African History and of Cinema and Media Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington. She is the author of Intonations: a Social History of Music and Nation in Luanda, Angola, 1945-Recent Times (Ohio University Press, 2008) and Powerful Frequencies: Radio, State Power, and the Cold War in Angola, 1931-2002 (Ohio University Press, 2019). Moorman has published on music, fashion, film, radio, and urban space. She is on the editorial board of, and a contributor to, Africa is a Country, the blog that is not about Bono, famine or Obama. Moorman is also an editor of The Journal of African History and on the editorial collective of The Radical History Review.