Main Program | Migrant Stories: The Migrant’s Eternal Search for Home


 
 
28 Oct 2022 14:00 - 15:00
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Storytelling offers a glimpse into the triumph and tragedy of individual lives affected by migration. Our authors explore the journeys people take to create new lives and opportunities. What do departure and arrival mean for those seeking a place in a distant land? What is our sense of home when it is in more than one geographical location? Do miles traveled mean more than a journey, and how do we lay our roots to make a new home?

Bercerita menawarkan sekilas tentang kemenangan dan tragedi kehidupan individu yang dipengaruhi oleh migrasi. Penulis kami akan mengeksplorasi perjalanan yang orang-orang lakukan untuk menciptakan kehidupan dan peluang baru. Apa arti keberangkatan dan kedatangan bagi mereka yang mencari tempat di negeri yang jauh? Apa arti rumah kita ketika berada di lebih dari satu lokasi geografis? Apakah bermil-mil perjalanan berarti lebih dari sekadar perjalanan dan bagaimana kita meletakkan akar kita untuk membuat rumah baru?

Featuring

Ahmad Fuadi

Ahmad Fuadi is an Indonesian novelist, social worker, and journalist. His debut novel, Negeri 5 Menara, the first in its trilogy, was included in the ranks of the best-selling novels …


Emily Brugman

Emily Brugman is a writer who grew up in Broulee on the far south coast of New South Wales, on the lands of the Yuin people. Her writing has appeared …


Ramayda Akmal

Ramayda Akmal completed her doctoral studies at the University of Hamburg in 2022. She is a lecturer at the Faculty of Humanities, Gadjah Mada University. Her works include the novel …


Nawaaz Ahmed

Nawaaz Ahmed was born in Tamil Nadu, India. Before turning to writing, he was a computer scientist, researching search algorithms for Yahoo. His debut novel Radiant Fugitives (2021) was a …



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