Interrupted Journeys

Drawings by Refugees at the Kara Tepe Camp, Lesvos, Greece

Authors

  • Ángela María Arbeláez Arbeláez Angels Relief Team
  • Edward Mulholland Benedictine College

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/jca.31819

Keywords:

Forced migration, archaeology, art, Lesvos

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Author Biographies

Ángela María Arbeláez Arbeláez, Angels Relief Team

Ángela María Arbeláez Arbeláez has a Phd in Art History from Lomonosov University of Moscow. She is the founder of the Angels Relief Team (ART), a curator and an interfaith activist who has been volunteering in Kara Tepe and other Greek camps for displaced persons since September 2015.

Edward Mulholland, Benedictine College

Edward Mulholland is an Associate Professor in World Languages and Cultures at Benedictine College, Atchison, Kansas. He volunteered at Kara Tepe, Lesvos in July 2016.

References

Rhodes, J., 2003. What is Metaxy? Diotima and Voegelin. Available online: http://sites01.lsu.edu/faculty/voegelin/wp-content/uploads/sites/80/2015/09/J-Rhodes.pdf

Published

2017-07-12

How to Cite

Arbeláez Arbeláez, Ángela M., & Mulholland, E. (2017). Interrupted Journeys: Drawings by Refugees at the Kara Tepe Camp, Lesvos, Greece. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, 3(2), 233–244. https://doi.org/10.1558/jca.31819

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