This article is about the in-between state that researchers may find themselves in if/when they move from one area of research to another. It is a chronological oral history, an academic diary if you like, of such a time period experienced by an architect who moved from film studies towards migration studies as well as a recent aftermath of this translational research. Via revisiting the researcher’s experiences, the article explores possible commonalities, especially for those who go into areas with a high degree of social consciousness. The study pursuits which fragments of the old are translatable into the new and vice versa.
|Journal||International Journal of Community Diversity|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Nov 2020|
- Translational Research
- Forced Migration
- Refugee Crisis
- Divided Communities
- Architecture and Cinema