Monthly Archives: December 2014

#Imagine Zimbabwe, through the lens of Andrea

My name is Andrea and I am a graduate student at the University of Bradford pursuing a Master’s degree in African Peace and Conflict Studies.  I read Aleksandra’s essay on imagining peace in Poland and I wish that I, too, … Continue reading

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#Imagine Japan, through the lens of Natsu

My name is Natsu. I was raised in Japan, but born in Australia. I left Australia at the age of 7, and lived in Japan ever since, so probably I have lost most of my Aussi­ness (except love for vegimite … Continue reading

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#Imagine the United States, through the lens of Ross

-Imagine a World with No Fear of War- Ross Wood is from the state of Virginia in the United States. Over the last five years he has spent time working in support of marginalized people in Morocco, Israel, Kenya, and … Continue reading

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#Imagine Nigeria, through the lens of Ogenna

Hi. Ogenna here but I refer to myself as Sunshine, not because I’m yellow, but because I’m hoping to touch the entire world before I burn out. You know stars don’t fade away, they do the afore mentioned. Model, Student … Continue reading

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