GPU and the Teaching Team of POL334 Migration and the Politics of Belonging’
are excited to invite you to listen to a cluster of brilliant third year students showcasing the
written and visual work they developed as part of the module.
POL334 had two central objectives. The first was for students to rethink the politics behind the everyday production of myths and narratives on contemporary migration and mobility
The second, for them to bring attention to how their everyday lives have been shaped
through various mobilities, encounters and connections, eventually prompting a shift
away from fixed and sedentary imaginaries of home and belonging.
By showcasing some of the best written and visual work that came out of this
pedagogical experiment, we aim to start a conversation on the benefits and
Challenges of moving in and out the tick boxes of academic writing and
onto the politics involved in encouraging students to reflect on the self.
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Original Artwork: Sarah Pereda Morilla