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In: Ahmed, Sara; Castaneda, Claudia; Fortier, Anne-Marie and Sheller, Mimi eds.
Uprootings/ Regroundings: Questions of Home and Migration.
Berg, pp. 251–272.
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About the book: Uprootings/Regroundings: Questions of Home and Migration is a groundbreaking exploration of the parallel and entwined meanings of home and migration. Contributors draw on feminist and postcolonial theory to explore topics including Irish, Palestinian, and indigenous attachments to ‘soils of significance’; the making of and trafficking across European borders; the female body as a symbol of home or nation; and the shifting grounds of ‘queer’ migrations and ‘creole’ identities.
This innovative analysis will open up avenues of research and inspire new debate.
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