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Can Graffiti in Conflict Zones Tell Us More than What Meets the Eye?

Can Graffiti in Conflict Zones Tell Us More than What Meets the Eye?

Photo credit: Billy Tusker Haworth - 2019
Photo of the UN Buffer Zone - Nicosia, Cyprus

In the Peace and Conflict Studies Department at Conrad Grebel University College and the University of Waterloo, Visiting Assistant Professor Eric Lepp is finding the deeper meaning behind graffiti, specifically in places affected by conflict. Lepp, along with his international co-researchers, Birte Vogel, Catherine Arthur, Dylan O’Driscoll, and Billy Tusker Haworth analyze the relationships between graffiti and socio-political commentary at a local level.