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I shiver a little, I shudder a little:” Gist Translation and Uncanny Bodily Knowledges

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Duration: 0:16:21 | Added: 04 Jan 2024
A moving scholarly exploration and poetic performance.

Appearing from distinct cultural traditions, but coalescing in the tradition of scholarship, we not only recognise but rely on gist to navigate the often-opaque waters of intercultural flows. A moving scholarly exploration and poetic performance.

Alison Phipps holds the UNESCO Chair for Refugee Integration through Languages and Arts at the University of Glasgow where she is Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies.
Tawona Sitholé is a poet, playwright, storyteller and musician. He is currently UNESCO artist-in-residence at the University of Glasgow, where he is also a Research Associate for MIDEQ.

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