4. What does it mean to be a ‘refugee’? Didier Fassin and Richard Rechtman
write that the ‘refugee no longer shares in the sovereignty of country where
[s/]he is persecuted and yet does not share in that of his [or her] country of
arrival from which [s/]he hopes for protection’ (The Empire of Trauma, p.
254). In considering ‘refugee-ness’ you could consider questions such as
trauma and testimony; the political tensions surrounding asylum seeking,
demonization; victimhood and agency. This is not an exhaustive list, and you
do not have to cover all of these issues. Refer to real world examples in your
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