Art and Migration

  • Goldwin Smith Hall, G64

The often-fraught pathways of human migration come alive through art. From storytelling to innovative sculpture, theater, cartoons, and painting, students, faculty, and artists supported by the Migrations Global Grand Challenge will tell their stories and showcase their art.

Anindita Banerjee, associate professor of comparative literatureDebra A. Casillo, Emerson Hinchliff Professor of Hispanic Studies and professor of comparative literatureJuan Harmon, MFA creative writing candidatePedro Molina, Nicaraguan cartoonist and journalistNatasha Raheja, assistant professor of anthropologySharifa Sharifi, Afghan artistGemma Rodrigues (Herbert F. Johnson Art Museum) and Eric Tagliacozzo (history) will moderate.

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