A project on migration, death and care

…These are some of the stories that I have heard over the years, in my work in end of life care. They have made me think about how different forms of social injustice and survival can leave traces and build up over time, resurfacing at the end of a migrant’s life as pain and other bodily symptoms. So, rather than seeing pain and disability as the result of a person’s biopathology alone, I am interested in pain and suffering as submerged relationships between the social and the bodily. For more


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