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Charting Intimacy in Refugee Families

Jamil, Jianne

The following is part of a series of short posts on photographic practice in Palestine. In the fall of 2014, Al-Azza’s work was exhibited at Tufts University, an event facilitated by Amahl Bishara and her students, a few of whom are featured here in the series. Though focused on the work of Mohammad Al-Azza, the posts speak to the broader situation of artistic practice in Palestine and its effective censorship under the ongoing occupation, but also to questions of intimacy and the public role of photography in the context of conflict.

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Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East: Borderlines

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Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies
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November 23, 2015