Vol. 6, No. 1

About this issue
Sometimes a theme inserts itself into an issue of Rungh. For this issue, "identity" keeps popping up.
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Conversations
HELLO, This is the Diaspora Calling!Panel Discussion
"Canadian Artists Being HERE", at the Aga Khan Museum on Saturday, July 22, 2017
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Conversations
Salman Rushdie in Conversation with Hal Wake
Excerpts from a public conversation at the Vancouver Writers Fest.
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Conversations
South Asian Theatre in Canada – A Conversation
What is the state of South Asian theatre in Canada? Rungh hosts a national conversation.
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Artist Run Centre
Cultured Pallets: Translating the GlobalArt by Soheila K. Esfahani; Text by Noa Bronstein
Soheila K. Esfahani's Cultured Pallets reveals the complexities of mass circulation that so readily define this era of networked living.
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Fiction
The Tiger FluBy Larissa Lai
An excerpted chapter, The Starfish Groom, from Larissa Lai's new novel.
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Reviews & Reflections
A Love of Tragic BeautyBy Hanif Karim
Rawi Hage's Beirut Hellfire Society reviewed.
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Reviews & Reflections
Identity Politics, Once AgainBy Am Johal
Am Johal review's Asad Haider's Mistaken Identity.
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Reviews & Reflections
Am I Dancing My Life Away?By Mandeep Wirk
Staged reading of Chivalry is Dead by playwright Munish Sharma at the 2018 Monsoon Festival reviewed.
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Reviews & Reflections
The Trees are InnocentBy Charles Campbell
Charles Campbell reviews art by Sandra Semchuck and Ayumi Goto at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
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