Moving Words: Exploring mobility and urban inclusion through poetry based methods
Moving Words is a two-year collaboration between the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Edinburgh. It is led by Duduzile S. Ndlovu – who is a maHp/ACMS postdoctoral researcher and British Academy Newton Advanced Fellow – in collaboration with S.J. Cooper-Knock.
The Moving Words workshops were facilitated by Baeletsi Tsatsi and Katleho Kano Shoro with assistance from Becky Niba and Sibonginkosi Dunjana.
The Moving Words Project invited women living in Johannesburg to reflect on their experiences of the city in poetry. Some of them were born in Johannesburg, some had moved to the city from other provinces in South Africa and others had come from beyond South Africa to live in the city.
To read the Moving Words poems click here: https://movingwordspoetry.com/read-moving-words/.
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