Dr Choman Hardi will be reading poetry as part of the King's Visual Embodied Metholodologies (VEM) workshop.
The reading will be followed by a drinks reception.
About Dr Choman Hardi
Dr Choman Hardi is a Kurdish poet, scholar, translator and painter. Her collection, Considering the Women (Bloodaxe, 2015) was shortlisted for the Forward Prize. The effect of Choman's poetic voice is a calmness of tone and plain-spoken language, which act as containers for the civilised sadness of one who has seen too much inhumanity.
Choman is also the founding director of the Center for Gender and Development Studies at American University in Sulaimani, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Dr Negar E. Behzadi with
Dr Jelke Boesten
Dr Rachel Kerr
Dr Pablo de Orellana
Prof Cathy McIlwaine
Department of International Development
Department of Geography
Department of War Studies
Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy
King's College London
This poetry reading is part of VEM+ at King's College London. This project builds on the emerging VEM network at King's College London to create spaces of knowledge-exchange and research excellence around Visual, Embodied and Art-based methodologies within, across and beyond Social Sciences.
For all other inquiries about organisation, planning and attendance please write to our event assistant, Jessica Nitiema at firstname.lastname@example.org