By Sietske Dijkstra,Katie-Lee Weille,Halleh Ghorashi,Mick Matthys,Anita Nanhoe,Jeanine Suurmond,Walter Gulick,James van Pelt,Lia van Doorn
via those own narratives come insights concerning the international phenomena of migration and mobility, as lone sojourners and full populations, stuck among “not but from the following, not from there,” pass borders and oceans of their look for that secure, cozy homestead all of us lengthy for.
This specific Euro-American collaboration offers ten essays and 5 snap shots anchored in appropriate educational study. The authors proportion pilgrimages throughout miles and generations that experience made them the stranger and led them to determine outdated locations with new eyes. Their tales element towards the basic which means of id in ways in which support us face the
question of who between us is entitled to claim, “I am home.”
"Finding home—a house to precise who you're and attach your self with others who're different—is now not constantly effortless, requiring either vainness and a powerful trust on your personal id. From either clinical and private views, this ebook issues the way in which home."
—Karen van Oudenhoven-van der Zee, Professor of Intercultural potential and Dean of the school of Social Sciences, Vrije collage, Amsterdam
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Seeking Home in a Strange Land: True Stories of the Changing Meaning of Home by Sietske Dijkstra,Katie-Lee Weille,Halleh Ghorashi,Mick Matthys,Anita Nanhoe,Jeanine Suurmond,Walter Gulick,James van Pelt,Lia van Doorn