Embodied post-conflict trauma healing methodologies: paying attention to shrubs

A Piece Written For An International Social Work Class The picture shows a large shrub. It “represents the war” (Denov et al. 2012, 123). The shrub is where he hid “for one week” (123). Taking this picture depicting an everyday feature of a young boy’s environment as starting point, I will ask the following research […]

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Borders and Belonging

A Piece Written For A Refugee And Immigration Law Class Fortress Europe! must more be said about the relationship between borders and belonging? Yes and no. On the one hand, the image of a fortified Europe fending off the dangerous and barbarian ‘other’ should speak for itself about where belonging starts and where it ends. […]

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Engaging with Anishinaabe laws – a field school experience at Neyaashiinigmiing

“the re-invention of oneself through the tongues of whispering mountains the re-arrangement of the universe because a spider wrapped her legs around a star the knowing the remembering of stone’s story while walking down a dried riverbed being serenaded by crickets singing the blues because everyone except them has forgotten the knowing which trail to […]

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