Displaced Voices: A Journal of Archives, Migration and Cultural Heritage Volume 1, Issue 2 (Winter 2021)
Canefe, N., Kaur, K., Sultana, A., Ismail, N., Ally, P., Husain, S., Kamrani, A. and Dudman, P. V. 2021. Displaced Voices: A Journal of Archives, Migration and Cultural Heritage Volume 1, Issue 2 (Winter 2021). Living Refugee Archive, University of East London. https://doi.org/10.15123/uel.89673
|Canefe, N., Kaur, K., Sultana, A., Ismail, N., Ally, P., Husain, S., Kamrani, A. and Dudman, P. V.
|Kaur, K. (Editor) and Dudman, P. V. (Editor)
Displaced Voices is a biannual digital magazine produced twice a year by the Living Refugee Archive team at the University of East London. Displaced Voices aims to provide a digital platform for activists, archivists, researchers, practitioners and academics to contribute to issues pertaining to refugee and migration history; refugee and migrant rights; social justice; cultural heritage and archives. We welcome a range of contributions to the magazine including articles of between 1000-2000 words; reports on fieldwork in archival collections; book recommendations and reviews; and more creative pieces including (but not limited too) cartoons; photography; and poetry. We would also welcome news on activities; publication of reports, projects; letters and news from your own networks.
We welcome submissions from all writers whether you are a student, practitioner, activist or established academic. The Displaced Voices online magazine is born out of the collaborative and intersectional work that we have been undertaking through our work with the refugee and migration archives housed at the University of East London. Our work to date has explored the intersections of refugee and migration studies with narrative and life history research linked to oral history methods and archival approaches to the preservation, documentation and accessibility of archival resources recording the refugee experience.
This magazine is a collaborative project between the Living Refugee Archive at the University of East London; the Oral History Society Migration Special Interest Group and the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration Working Group on the History of Forced Migration and Refugees.
Thematically we are looking to engage with articles that explore the intersection of refugee and forced migration studies; history and cultural heritage studies; narrative research; oral history and archival science.
|Living Refugee Archive, University of East London
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
|Web address (URL)
|Action Research and Academic Skills: Co-Creating with Refugee Women
|Introducing the Writers
|Lived Experiences of a Rohingya Journalist
|Health Inequities with Somali Women in Kuala Lumpur
|Trauma and Criticality: How Stories Raise Our Consciousness and Can Heal Our Past
|Syedah’s Journey: From Child Marriage to Activist
|Portraying Minorities and Portraits of KL
|Living Archives Built with Communities
|The content of this Journal are protected through a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Copyright (CC BY-NC-ND ) Licence.
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