Philip Kaisary

Philip Kaisary

Philip joined Warwick Law School in 2012. His research interests include the Haitian Revolution, the 'Black Atlantic,' law and literature, human rights, and legal and cultural responses to 'natural' disasters. Philip is author of "The Haitian Revolution in the Literary Imagination: Radical Horizons, Conservative Constraints" (University of Virginia Press, 2014) which examines the representation of the Haitian Revolution by major Caribbean, African American, and US writers, artists, and thinkers.

An Interview with Kimathi Donkor

Born in Bournemouth, England in 1965, Kimathi Donkor is a contemporary visual artist based in London. His paintings, described by reviewers as ‘vivid’, ‘deeply poignant’ and ‘striking for their overt political content’, have been exhibited internationally in Johannesburg, Lisbon, Rome, and São Paulo in Brazil, as well as in the UK, including London, where he has held several solo exhibitions. Donkor has engaged with questions of human rights as an artist, an educator and, earlier in his life, as a community activist.

Under Fire: the shooting of Cherry Groce