Artistic Narratives of Resilience and Hope in Human History

Artistic Narratives of Resilience and Hope in Human History


  • Dr. Hamza Farooq Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Department of Humanities


Artistic narratives, resilience, hope, human history, interdisciplinary approach, creative expression


This article explores the role of artistic narratives in conveying resilience and hope throughout human history. Through an interdisciplinary approach drawing from art history, psychology, and cultural studies, it investigates how various forms of artistic expression, including visual arts, literature, music, and performance, have served as powerful vehicles for resilience-building and instilling hope in individuals and communities facing adversity. By examining key historical examples and contemporary manifestations, this study elucidates the ways in which art has not only reflected but also contributed to the human capacity to overcome challenges and envision brighter futures. Understanding these artistic narratives of resilience and hope offers valuable insights into the complexities of human experience and the enduring power of creativity in fostering resilience and inspiring positive change.




How to Cite

Dr. Hamza Farooq. (2023). Artistic Narratives of Resilience and Hope in Human History. Journal of Religion and Society, 1(2), 17–30. Retrieved from