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A research scholar at the Middle Eastern Institute, Columbia University, Research Fellow at the Foundation for Migration, Population and Environment (Switzerland), and an Editorial Board member, Science & Society, Younes Abouyoub's articles have appeared in var
I wrote to Dango: “This, my friend, is a feat of spontaneous introspection, and that has been my aim for this project from the start. I always imagine that I am with you in a live event, speculating on the creative process.” I had, minutes earlier, received responses to the second batch of questions. And in my mind there is nothing more to be said. Except to add that in the hours following this conversation, I have looked upon my creative duty with a newer, fresher, outlook.
I owe you, Dango, a lot.