Tag: Syrian conflict

#Review: Shooting a Revolution

Ieva Zakareviciute , October 28th, 2019

Shooting a Revolution is a smart polyseme that Donatella Della Ratta uses to describe the grim reality of Syria: one shoots to kill and one shoots to film….


Being there: Humanitarian #remoteness

Ignacio Fradejas-García , November 18th, 2016

During World War II, Ruth Benedict conducted research about Japan at a distance. Challenging the stereotypical image of the white male researcher risking his life alone under fire,…


The Spider

Judith Beyer , September 3rd, 2015

The thought crept into my mind today and refused to let go of my brain. It said ‘What if we have no f*ing clue?’ Going to bed with…