Main Program: What a Map Cuts Up



 
28 Oct 2018 11:45 - 12:45
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“What the map cuts up the story cuts across.” – Michel de Certeau. This year, UWRF brings together writers from 30 countries, celebrating the power of story to inspire empathy, understanding and action. Listen in as these writers trace the maps that have shaped them, and the stories that have taken them beyond borders.

“Apa yang mampu ditunjukkan sebuah peta, juga mampu ditunjukkan oleh sebuah cerita.” – Michael de Certeau. Tahun ini, UWRF menyatukan para penulis dari 30 negara, merayakan kisah-kisah hebat untuk menginspirasi rasa empati, pemahaman, dan tindakan. Dengarkanlah saat para penulis ini menyusuri peta yang telah membentuk diri mereka, dan kisah-kisah yang telah membawa mereka melampaui batas.

Featuring

Tania Cañas

Tania Cañas is the Arts Director of RISE, Australia’s first refugee and asylum seeker organization run by refugees, asylum seekers and ex-detainees. She sits on the Editorial Board of the …


Darryl Whetter

Darryl Whetter is the author of three books of fiction and two poetry collections. His novels are the bicycle odyssey The Push & The Pull and the multi-generational smuggling epic …


Balli Kaur Jaswal

Balli Kaur Jaswal is the author of Inheritance, Sugarbread and Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows. Her writing has appeared in the UK Sunday Express, Cosmopolitan Magazine, the New York Times, …


Anuradha Roy

Anuradha Roy’s Sleeping on Jupiter won the DSC Prize for Fiction in 2016 and was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2015. Her new novel, All the Lives We …



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