Reconciling: a Place for the Heart?
AbstractBordieus 'Habitus' invites a concept of space and place that goes beyond the spatial and physical, creating places as culturally, intentionally and habitually situated. My paper explores my personal experiences of 'Reconciliation' and the space or place for reconciliation in my country. I try and use this experience to reflect on the 'interstices' with habitus, place and space. Where is the 'place' for reconciliation in my country?
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