Language and Identity in the Welsh-Turkish Play Y Brain/Kargalar

 

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In a longer more reflective post on this production for Howlround  I examine the questions of language and culture and the difficulties of interpretation. 

“I felt that these lands were always wrapped around me like a mother, in the most difficult times of my life. And that they were healing me.” These words, spoken by Mel—one half of the Turkish refugee, Meltem, who settled in Wales—form the essence of Y Brain/Kargalar.

Full article is here.

Author: emilygarside

Writer and researcher with a passion for all things theatre and arts.

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