Syrian Refugees, Applied Theater, Workshop Facilitation, and Stories
This book (Routledge, 2021) analyzes and theorizes the eﬃcacy of using applied theater as a tool to address refugee issues of displacement, trauma, adjustment, and psychological well-being, in addition to split community belonging.
Fadi Skeiker connects refugee narratives to the themes of imagination, home, gender, and conservatism, among others. Each chapter outlines the author’s applied theater practice, as a Syrian, with and for Syrian refugees in the countries of Jordan, Germany, and the United States.
Immigration, refugees and the Humanities. Critical engagements with new challenges/opportunities
Diacrítica Journal, volume 31, number 3 (2017)
ISSN: 0870-8967 (printed version); 2183-9174 (electronic version)
Editors: Marie-Manuelle Silva; Fadi Skeiker; Orlando Grossegesse