May 20, 2019
My grandmother always reminds me: you have lost your mother-tongue. When I return to Sri Lanka for brief visits, she tells me how I used to...
Art
January 20, 2019
The aim of this project is to experiment with the creation of a counter-hegemonic travelogue and alternative cartographies of lived space...
videos
January 13, 2018
In conjunction with The Center for Place, Culture and Politics , Warscapes magazine presents An Evening of Poetry from the Horn of Africa...
Reportage
July 14, 2017
Majcic Esad has just buried his cousin. Or, as he specifies, “two small bones” belonging to his cousin, Gabeljic Dzemail, who was 23 years...
Opinion
April 3, 2017
On May 17, 1974, a series of car bombs exploded without warning on the streets of Dublin and nearby Monaghan, Ireland. The bombs wreaked...
Reviews
November 30, 2016
With simple elegance, Scholastique Mukasonga etches a dedication at the beginning of Cockroaches that ensures the subjects of her memoir,...
Reviews
March 7, 2016
Kamal Aljafari remembers when Jaffa was transformed into civil war-torn Beirut. Under the direction of Menachem Golan, the production team...
Reviews
October 26, 2015
Early this year I returned to northern Uganda during the dry season and was reminded of the pervasive nature of dust, the way it defines...
Reviews
June 9, 2015
Ondjaki’s book, Granma Nineteen and the Soviet’s Secret is an homage to the author’s childhood memories. However, the author does not use...