True Both to History, and to Solidarity
Scholars challenge the Vancouver Mural Festival story of the Taike-sye’yə Mural.
Understanding Indigenous identity. New column by David Garneau.
Iron Goddess of Mercy
Poetry by Larissa Lai.
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Rungh is a magazine, artist space, archive, and more. Rungh features work by Indigenous, Black, and People of Colour artists. Canadian, multidisciplinary, unique, opinionated. Since 1992.
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Vol. 8 No. 3
In this Speculation issue, Rungh explores goddesses, speculative histories, Indigenous spaces and more.
Reviews & Reflections
Meditations on SolitudeBy Phinder Dulai
Manahil Bandukwala and Conyer Clayton's Sprawl reviewed.
A Rush of LanguageRebecca Peng in e-conversation with Larissa Lai
Larissa Lai reflects on Iron Goddess of Mercy.
Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thonMarch 20, 2021
Help Increase The Representation Of Women And Non-Binary Artists On Wikipedia.
From the Archive
Rungh Magazine: Vol. 5, No. 1
Why is no one talking about Kashmir, Rahat Kurd asks in reviewing Arundhati Roy’s The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Ali Kazimi does double duty with his article about Roy’s book launch in Toronto and his Fair Play Artist Run Centre.
Samachar / Rungh News
A Response to The Tyee About the Taike-sye’yə Mural
Our motive for writing our piece (True Both to History, and Solidarity) was to try to counter this "fact" - that Musqueam paddlers canoed out across the inlet to feed the passengers on the Komagata Maru.
PeopleArtists & Contributors
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Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak is University Professor, and a founding member of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society.