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    • Yao-dong as a Spiritual Shelter for the Young Peasants 

      Wu, Shuyin (University of Waterloo, 2016-05-12)
      A yao-dong is a vernacular architecture in northern China. “Dong” means a cave. A cave is one of the earliest human shelters. In thousand years of Chinese history, caves evolved into yao-dongs. A yao-dong is the spiritual ...
    • Your Passport Doesn’t Work Here: Asylum, Space, and Iranian Queer Heritage 

      Moayeri, Paniz (University of Waterloo, 2019-01-23)
      The OED defines heritage as “that which has been or may be inherited,” implying a linear succession through generations. But what constitutes heritage in the LGBTQ+ community, where marginalization has defined life experiences ...

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