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Tania Adam

Journalist specialised in African societies, migration and interculturalism, and founder of Radio Africa Magazine.

Journalist and cultural producer. Founder and editor of Radio Africa Magazine, she works as a presenter for Radio Africa on Betevé (91.0 FM) and African Bubblegum Music on Ràdio Primavera Sound. Contributor to TV programmes including Matins de TV3 and La Directa, she has also presented the interview programme Terrícoles on Betevé. She is a specialist in African societies, migration and interculturalism. Her work focuses on analysis and thought around the world’s black diaspora, with a special emphasis on women. She has also curated public programmes including “Microhistories of the Diaspora. “Embodied” Experiences of Female Dispersion” (La Virreina centre de la Imatge, 2018-2019) and the exhibition Making Africa (CCCB/ICUB, 2016).


Update: 5 November 2019


Has participated in

Conversation with NoViolet Bulawayo, Najat El Hachmi and Jane Lazarre, moderated by Tania Adam

Reflections on Writing: An Approximation from Curative Narratives

The new correspondents

Conversation with Tania Adam, Xavier Aldekoa, Samuel Aranda and Gemma Parellada. Moderated by Pere Ortín