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Dina Nayeri on the experience of refugees and the nature of storytelling

Dina Nayeri on the experience of refugees and the nature of storytelling

Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to novelist and author Dina Nayeri. 07/04/2021

Dina is a novelist and also the author of the non–fiction book ‘The Ungrateful Refugee’.

In this episode, she speaks about her childhood in war–torn Iran, refugee hostels in Rome and eventually in Oklahoma, why many refugees feel the need to show why they were a good investment, the nature of storytelling and more.

Listen on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Youtube or other major streaming platforms, and follow on Twitter and Instagram @sacred_podcast.  

 


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Elizabeth Oldfield

Elizabeth Oldfield

Elizabeth is Theos’ Director. She appears regularly in the media, including BBC One, Sky News, and the World Service, and writing in The Financial Times.

Posted 7 April 2021

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