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sometimes in january

on the ways in which our bodies remember past traumas and find expression

travel lethargy: numb goodbyes and anxious hellos

11 September 2018 London Heathrow Terminal 3 20:13 Travel Diary i left like I had arrived. harried and panicked. going through motions, its hard not to feel like leaving is fragmenting as though losing bits of yourself. but arrival is no better, all you’ve got are the pieces of you that survived. i am sitting […]

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About Me

a researcher at Open Secrets and a PhD student at the University of Cape Town (UCT). also a writer and an artist.

Mamello holds an MPhil in Justice and Transformation from UCT as well as an MSc in Security, Leadership and Society from King’s College London. Mamello has taught and tutored political studies, gender studies and public administration. They have worked for the Institute for Justice Reconciliation and the International Centre for Transitional Justice where they contributed to research on transitional justice issues.

*Mamello goes by the pronouns they/she/them/her

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