Sixty-eight years since one of the globe’s biggest refugee crisis of the 20th century began, the collective global mind has come to stereotype Palestinians as victims, terrorists, freedom fighters and more. Yet they remain nameless and voiceless, their stories always mediated or told by others. As the question of Palestine continues to be pushed aside, generations of Palestinians have refused to be rendered invisible. Palestine’s artists and filmmakers have challenged and resisted being spoken for and have found creative ways to tell their own stories.
printed on 04-03-2021
Sixty-eight years since the globe’s oldest refugee crisis began, the Palestinians have appeared in the imagination of world, fulfilling enforced cliches as victims, terrorists, freedom fighters and mo...
BOZAR has invited three generations of Palestinian poets to share the stage for the first time. In the course of this remarkable evening, they will discuss their unique place in world literature. They...