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About the Journal
Satura has a home at the English Department of the University of Münster. The journal was founded by students of two of the Master programs available at the university: British, American and Postcolonial Studies, and National and Transnational Studies. Here you can find the main principles of the journal’s work and existence.
Satura is dedicated to writing and visual art done by students in English. The journal consists of several parts dedicated to academic research, book reviews, creative nonfiction, creative fiction, and poetry. Some of the articles we publish were born on the intersections between Political Studies and Linguistics, Media Studies, Anthropology and Cultural Studies. In this way Satura celebrates and encourages the intersectionalities of different fields of Humanities.
Our online presence brings us closer to readers around the world. We can reach a wider audience via Twitter (@JournalSatura), Instagram and our website. This allows us to build a platform for Creative and Academic exchange around the world.
Welcome to the fourth volume of Satura, published in November, 2022.
The theme of this issue – Crucibles of Transition – asked students from around the world to explore how identity, war, gender, disease, climate change, sexuality, class, nationality, language and other forms of difference help us connect and disconnect.
We wanted to bring together student voices to reflect and give us a sense of the world as they see it.
On the cover of this volume, we feature Yara Dampha, who studies international and European governance at the University of Muenster.