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Narrating (in)security

The project uses applied theatre as a way of enabling participants, through storytelling and performance, to bring their individual and collective experiences as well as social and political relations into being. The stories and performances will therefore become an archive of narratives authored by the community, yet with the power to travel across different cultural, geographical and political contexts. It will contribute to a body of research into the role of the arts in narrating and seeking gender justice and security.

Hub member(s):
Dr Rebekah Friedman, King’s College London
Dr Caitlin Hamilton, University of Sydney
Dr Neloufer de Mel, University of Colombo
Professor Laura Shepherd, University of Sydney

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