Volume 6, Number 1

In This Issue

Sometimes a theme inserts itself into an issue of Rungh. For this issue, "identity" keeps popping up.

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Salman Rushdie dissects identity in his conversation with Hal Wake at the Vancouver Writers Fest and Am Johal reviews Asad Haider's Mistaken Identity as Rungh continues to engage with this complex term.

Features

Salman Rushdie in Conversation with Hal Wake

Excerpts from a public conversation at the Vancouver Writers Fest

Salman Rushdie and Hal Wake. | Read more.

Cultured Pallets: Translating the Global

Soheila K. Esfahani's Cultured Pallets reveals the complexities of mass circulation that so readily define this era of networked living.

Soheila K. Esfahani and Noa Bronstein | Read more.

The Tiger Flu

An excerpted chapter, The Starfish Groom, from Larissa Lai's new novel.

Larissa Lai | Read more

South Asian Theatre in Canada – A Conversation

What is the state of South Asian theatre in Canada? Rungh hosts a national conversation.

| Read more.

More in this Issue

 
Reviews

Rawi Hage's Beirut Hellfire Society reviewed.
Hanif Karim | Read more.

Am Johal review's Asad Haider's Mistaken Identity
Am Johal | Read more.
Staged reading of Chivalry is Dead by playwright Munish Sharma at the 2018 Monsoon Festival reviewed.
Mandeep Wirk | Read more.
Charles Campbell reviews art by Sandra Semchuck and Ayumi Goto at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. | Read more.
Artist Run Centre

Soheila K. Esfahani's Cultured Pallets reveals the complexities of mass circulation that so readily define this era of networked living.

Soheila K. Esfahani and Noa Bronstein | Read more.

Screens
Performance engages architecture in an Islamic garden with Scheherazaad Cooper, Kiran Bhumber and Nancy Lee | Read more.
Fiction

An excerpted chapter, The Starfish Groom, from Larissa Lai's new novel.

Larissa Lai | Read more

Transcripts
Excerpts from a public conversation at the Vancouver Writers Fest with Salman Rushdie and Hal Wake | Read more.
Panel Discussion: "Canadian Artists Being HERE", at the Aga Khan Museum on Saturday, July 22, 2017
| Read more.
What is the state of South Asian theatre in Canada? Rungh hosts a national conversation | Read more.

Samachar

Recollective: Vancouver Independent Archives Week 2018

October 17, 2018 – Recollective: Vancouver Independent Archives Week 2018 is a series of free public events, panels, conversations, and screenings that highlight artist-run centre archives, artists working with archives, and the intersections between contemporary art practices and social movements in Vancouver. Read the press release.
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