Teaching Humanitarianism: The Need for a More Responsive Framework

Southern Responses to Displacement

In this blog post Southern Responses Research Associate Dr Estella Carpi reflects on her experiences of teaching humanitarianism in different countries and languages.  These experiences have led her to acknowledge and question different academic cultural frameworks of displacement, migration and humanitarian action and provided insight into how this can help to challenge and remould the humanitarian mainstream narrative.  

In this blog I  reflect on some lectures I delivered on humanitarianism in Lebanese, Turkish, and Italian universities over the last three years, and  on the “public afterlife” of my experience of teaching, the language I used in those classes, and the response I received from different cohorts of students. This will allow me to tease out some of the current epistemological challenges of my primary area of studies and underscore the very importance of de-centring the humanitarian discourse.

Speaking of and teaching humanitarianism cannot produce the same effects…

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