Pablo D. Herrera Veitia, a poet and pioneering Afro-Cuban rap producer, obtained a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from the University of St. Andrews. He is a scholar-practitioner working through the assemblage of Orisa/Ifa worship practice, global hip-hop studies, and multimodal ethnography. Herrera Veitia is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Afrosonic Innovation Lab, ACM, University of Toronto Scarborough; and a 2018-2019 Nasir Jones Fellowship alumnus at the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute, Harvard University. Publications include Rap Cubano in Archive: The Immaterial Paradox in Hip-Hop Archives: The Politics and Poetics of Knowledge Production (Campbell & Forman 2023; Intellect Books); Living Archives: Libretas de Santo and Afro-Cubaneity Today, in Black Archives and Intellectual Histories: Cultures of Thought in South Africa and the Black Diaspora, (Ouma & Mkhize; under review Duke University Press); and Caliban’s Return: Afro-Cuban Cosmopolitics Between Politesse and Multiculturalism, in Cosmopolitan Moment, Cosmopolitan Method (Wardle & Rapport; Routledge).