Infantilizing the Refugee: On the Mobilization of Empathy in Kate Evans’ Threads from the Refugee Crisis

  title={Infantilizing the Refugee: On the Mobilization of Empathy in Kate Evans’ Threads from the Refugee Crisis},
  author={Dragoș Manea and Mihaela Precup},
  journal={a/b: Auto/Biography Studies},
  pages={481 - 487}
Kate Evans’s Threads from the Refugee Crisis documents the difficulties faced by migrants in the Calais and Dunkirk refugee camps as they navigate a series of harrowing situations, from the more wi... 
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