Rewind with post-show Q&A

rewind with post show qa

Join Professor Dame Sue Black and Professor Ben Bollig for a post-show Q&A panel on Rewind, at the North Wall Arts Centre in Oxford.

About Rewind

Forensic anthropology and physical theatre collide in this compelling, kaleidoscopic show inspired by Latin American refugee stories.

Premiering at the 2023 Edinburgh Fringe to critical acclaim and multiple awards, Rewind is a visually stunning, deeply powerful new show, inspired by testimonies of Latin American refugees and migrants across generations. Drawing from the science of Forensic Anthropology as both methodology and a form of resistance, Ephemeral Ensemble combine energetic physical performance, dynamic live music and a distinctive style in a show unlike any other.

Committed to remembering those who endured, and those who continue to live under authoritarianism, Rewind ultimately tracks back through time to reveal a universal story of the struggle for social justice.

Age guidance: 14+ 

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About Professor Dame Sue Black

Professor Black (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics) is currently President of St John’s College and one of the world’s leading forensic anthropologists. Originally from Inverness, she graduated from the University of Aberdeen, specialising in human anatomy and forensic anthropology. Her extensive career has included lecturing at St Thomas’ Hospital London and working as a consultant for the Home Office, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and United Nations, eventually leading on the war crimes investigations in Kosovo.

Professor Black has also held posts as Professor of Anatomy and Forensic Anthropology at Dundee University and Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement at Lancaster University. She was the 65th President of the Royal Anthropological Institute and is the lifetime Professor of Anatomy for the Royal Scottish Academy.

In 2016, Professor Black was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire and she entered the House of Lords as a crossbench peer in 2021.

About Professor Ben Bollig

Ben Bollig (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages) works on contemporary literature and film in Latin America, with a particular focus on Argentina and its poetry. He recently published a book on the cinematic adaptation of poetry in Argentina, entitled Moving Verses, and a volume edited with David M.J. Wood, The Poetry-Film Nexus in Latin America, as well as a volume of translations of Cristian Aliaga's travel prose poetry, Music for Unknown Journeys. he is an editor of Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies. He co-edited Latin American Cultural Studies: A Reader He has written on Latin American topics for the TLS, The Guardian, and The Observer.