Acclaimed by French critics for her performance in Wajdi Mouawad’s "Mère," Aida Sabra stars in a play on domestic violence.
An Afghan refugee, survivor of a shipwreck, washes up on the shores of southern France and applies for asylum in Montpellier.
Can a crush on a teacher survive marriage, revolution, and a sinking, refugee dingy on the Mediterranean Sea?
Home is increasingly an elusive quality in an era of war, climate disaster, economic collapse and family misfortune.
Mischa Geracoulis reviews the new book from Dina Nayeri on refugees and asylum seekers who must be believed to get through the system.
Jennifer Hattam reviews "After the Birds: Utopia" at Istanbul's Sadberk Hanım Museum — an exhibition inspired by refugees.
An excerpt from Inaan Kachachi's novel that laments the scattering of Iraqis across the world as a result of war and political oppression.
Syrian British novelist Rana Haddad reviews the new feature film from Sally El Hoseini on Netflix.
As a Muslim American and scholar of Islam, Sarah Eltantawi finds the new series from Mo Amer and Ramy Youssef cathartic.