“The stories we tell about our lives and the lives of those around us leave footprints across history. That history can be of personal, familial or of widespread political and public importance. Whether public or private, the telling of and the listening to life narratives is a concern of increasing importance across a range of disciplines, professions and practices.”
Join Hector as he shares his narrative at this year’s Life Writing and Human Rights: Genres of Testemony Conference at Kingston University in London, UK this July. Information on the schedule of events, online registration and contact information are here, at Kingston’s site for the conference.