Bridging memories and transformative narratives: A visual and written response to Art-making with refugees and survivors by Sally Adnams Jones / Rapprochements entre souvenirs et récits transformateurs : réponse visuelle et écrite à Art-making with refugees and survivors par Sally Adnams Jones

Haley Rebecca May Toll

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Book Response: Art-making with refugees and survivors: Creative and transformative responses to trauma after natural disasters, war, and other crises, edited by Sally Adnams Jones. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018, 336 pp., ISBN: 1785922386

Keywords: Community Arts; Refugees and Survivors; International Arts; Expressive and Creative Arts Therapies; Art Education; Transformative. 

Réaction livresque: Art-making with refugees and survivors: Creative and transformative responses to trauma after natural disasters, war, and other crises, edited by Sally Adnams Jones. London, England: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2018, 336 pp., ISBN: 1785922386

Mots-clés : arts communautaires ; réfugiés et survivants ; arts internationaux ; thérapies par des activités créatives et d’expression ; éducation artistique ; transformateur.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26443/crae.v46i2.82

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