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Stories in Transit I

Stories in Transit I


Stories in Transit I - Telling the Tale in Times of Conflict

Palermo
26-28 September, 2016

The programme can be downloaded here, and to view photographs from the workshop, please click here.

Participants

Students of Centro Provinciale per l’Istruzione degli Adulti (CPIA)

Yodit Abraha

Maria Amidu - visual artist; interested in the social relationships between people mediated by things, usually objects and places; a graduate of the Royal College of Art in glass and ceramics, and exhibited nationally and internationally as maker before pursuing a social practice. See more here.

Félix Assouly - from NGO Bibliothéques sans Frontiéres, which empowers people through access to information, education and culture

Maria D’Agostino - Director, Scuola italiano per stranieri University of Palermo

Daniel Baker -

Tamim al-Barghouti - poet

Clelia Bartoli - teacher, writer, and coordinator of the educational experiment Polipolis at the "CPIA - Palermo 1," dedicated to unaccompanied foreign minors; lecturer in Human Rights at the Department of Legal Sciences of the University of Palermo, she has served as an expert at the Italian Ministry of Integration

Ignazio E. Buttitta - Presidente, Foundazione Ignazio Buttitta

Marie-Elsa Bragg - priest, lecturer and novelist

Martino Lo Cascio - Associazione Nottedoro

Giuppa Cassara - physician, Clinica Legale Palermo

Valentina Castagna - lecturer, translator, writer, former Associate Research Fellow at the Birkbeck College (University of London), worked for several years as an independent interpreter and translator for the Law Courts of Palermo

Daniela Corona - literary scholar, University of Palermo

Selma Dabbagh - - novelist and human rights and international criminal lawyer, author of the novel Out of It (2011)

Chloe Davies

Ester Gendusa - literary scholar, University of Palermo

Sarah Glazer

Chelsea Gokcay - the Metabolic Studio

Sindi F. Gordon - film-maker and writer, University of Sussex

Ben Haggarty - storyteller; listen u>here to Haggarty speak at the workshop

Mark Haworth-Booth - poet

Kate Higginbottom - director, performer and writer with a background in theatre, physical theatre, film, music and dance. Her principle work as director has been with Nicole & Martin, creating staged versions of Grimm’s tales. Listen u>here to her talk from the workshop

Luke Jones

Yousif Latif Jaralla - storyteller

Joanna MacGregor - pianist, composer; Head of Piano at the Royal Academy of Music

Fabrizio Micari - Rettore, University of Palermo

Laura di Michele - literary scholar, University of L'Aquila

Badia Obaid - Arabic-speaking Zipang Mesopotamian Storyteller with a repertoire of stories from ancient Iraq; born in Baghdad, has a long career in the Arabic world and in the UK as an actress, voice-over artist, writer, reporter, presenter, and producer with work in theatre, film, television, and radio

Alice Oswald - poet

Peter Oswald

Rosario Perricone - Direttore, u>Museo Internazionale delle Marionette A. Pasqualino


Elio Di Piazza - literary scholar, University of Palermo

Matthew Reynolds - Professor of English and Comparative Criticism and Tutorial Fellow, St Anne’s College, University of Oxford

Sarah Riggs - u>poet and translator

Alessandra Rizzo - English language and translation scholar, University of Palermo

Ester Russo - psychologist, psycotherapist, group analyst and an expert in ethno-psychiatry; worked with a u>Médecins sans Frontières project in the province of Trapani for the psychosocial support to the guests of CAS (non-ordinary shelter centres), and in the ports of Southern Italy to support the families and the victims of accidents at sea

Giovanni Saverio Santangelo - literary scholar, University of Palermo

Chris Smith - Professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews; former Director, u>British School at Rome

Khaled Soliman al-Nassiryi - poet and film director, u>On the bride's side (2014)

Daria Settineri - anthropologist, University of Milano-Bicocca

Lyndsey Stonebridge - historian and literary scholar, University of East Anglia; listen to her talk from the workshop u>here

Wafa’ Tarnowska - published children's writer, storyteller and translator; born in Lebanon; public speaker and champion of environmental sustainability and gender diversity

Anna Tedesco - musicologist, University of Palermo

Philip Terry - Director of Creative Writing at the University of Essex

Camilla Toulmin - from International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

Fulvio Vassallo Paleologo - lawyer, lecturer on right of asylum and constitutional status of foreigners, and member of the doctoral committee on “Human Rights: Evolution, Protection and Limits” at the Department of Legal Sciences, University of Palermo; Director of ADIF

Marina Warner - writer and cultural historian, Professor of English and Creative Writing at Birkbeck College, University of London, Fellow of the British Academy and President-Elect of the Royal Society of Literature

Steve Willey - poet and lecturer in Creative and Critical Writing at Birkbeck College, University of London, co-founder of Watadd, a research and creative writing network that explores the intersection of Western and Arabic poetic traditions to create new communities through poetry

Stevie Wishart - musician and composer, B.A. Hons Music (University of York), MLitt (Unviersity of Oxford), fruitful and passionate career in experimental as well as traditional music, focusing on the ability of music to bring people together; listen u>here to her presentation from the workshop series

Dagmawi Yimer - film director, read more here

Andrea Zarza Canova archivist with a BA in Philosophy, postgraduate studies in Records and Archives Management at the University College London, studied sound and music technology at the London College of Communication, she has taught workshops about sound and listening to children, and is a curator of World and Traditional Music and an audio preservation engineer

Supported by the Metabolic Studio, with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London.


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