This three-day public event will bring together academics, artists, and activists to ‘explore alternative ways of thinking and knowing about migration – of people, things, and ideas – rooted in the urgency of contemporary experience,’ as we have been examining in Refugee Hosts here, here and particularly in our Representations of Displacement series , our Translation and Displacement Series, and in our Creative Archive.
The event aims to ‘acknowledge the many meanings of ‘migration’ and ‘knowledge’, to probe the history of their interrelation, and to use our imaginative engagement with crossings of knowledge in its many forms.’
As part of the event, Yousif M. Qasmiyeh will offering readings of his poetry, drawing, amongst others, on the poems he has been writing as part of the Refugee Hosts project (see here).
The event is free to attend and will take place at:
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge – Sunday 15 September
Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge – Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 September
Please register for this event at: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/28626
For further information, please contact the project administrator, Anna Seecharan: email@example.com
You may also find the following readings of interest:
Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, E. and Qasmiyeh Y. M. (2017) Refugee-Refugee Solidarity in Death and Dying
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2019) There it is: the camp that is yet to be born
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2018) Necessarily, The Camp is the Border
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2017) A Sudden Utterance is the Stranger
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2017) Writing the Camp-Archive
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2017) The Camp is Time
Qasmiyeh, Y. M. (2016) Writing the Camp
Stonebridge, L. and Qasmiyeh, Y.M. (2017) Time Machine: Stereoscopic Views from Palestine, 1990.