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Displaced Voices: A Journal of Migration, Archives and Cultural Heritage

Volume 1 (Summer 2020)

ISSN:  2633-2396

Table of Contents

Displaced Voices

Content for First Edition of the Journal.

Editorial - Why Displaced Voices?
By Paul V. Dudman

ARTICLES AND CONTENT

Current Issues

Disorientations on Place and Displacement
By Nithya Rajan

“Too black to be Moroccan” and “too Afrikan to be Black-British”
By Anonymous Immigrant and Rumana Hashem

On Weaponizing Fear and Controlling Movement: Scaremongering and Migration amid Coronavirus
By Jasmin Lilian Diab

 News

`Human Interest Stories’: An Aspect of the History of Refugees and the Refugee Regime.
By Peter Gatrell and Team.

Multimedia Piece

Drowning by Numbers
By Nergis Canefe
See Also: Online Exhibition at www.livingrefugeearchive.org/exhibitions/drowning-by-numbers-online-exhibition-by-nergis-canefe/

 

Archive and Oral History Issues

Identity Artefacts and Memory as Pedagogy
By Mary-Rose Puttick

“Resistance is our Culture”:  An Archival Exploration of Oromo Diaspora Organizing
By M. Jaye Bass

Resisting the Trauma Story:  Ethical Concerns in the Oral History Archive
By Katherine Randall, Katarina M. Powell,
and Brett L. Shadle

Mirch Masala: British Interactions with South Asian Culture from 1960-1990
By Kiran Khan

Bengali Music and Musicians in the UK Oral History Project 
By Valentine Harding and Julie Begum

Poetry

Poems and Artwork.
by Sonia Quintero

Poetry by HopeTowns:  Creative Writing Project with Refugees
See Also: Hopetowns Online Archive at: www.livingrefugeearchive.org/archives/hopetowns-poetry-archive/

Thematic Section on Kashmir

Narrating the Pandit Exodus: A Study of Indian Administrate Kashmir 
By Tajamul Maqbool

Partition and Legacies of Violence: A Study of Kashmir Conflict
By Inamul Haq

Book Reviews

Dzhangal. 

By Paul V. Dudman       

 

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