Intercultural mirrors : dynamic reconstruction of identity /

Intercultural Mirrors: Dynamic Reconstruction of Identity contains (auto)ethnographic chapters and research-based explorations that uncover the ways our intercultural experiences influence our process of self-discovery and self-construction. The idea of intercultural mirrors is applied throughout al...

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: ProQuest Ebook Subscriptions
Other Authors: Patron, Marie-Claire (Editor), Kraven, Julia (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill/Sense, [2019]
Table of Contents:
  • Expansion of self through intercultural experiences / Julia Kraven
  • Hansel and gretel revisited: quixotic reflections of online dating / Marie-Claire Patron
  • Doni doni kononi danala: little by little the little bird builds its nest: intercultural reflections: western travel in non-western culture / Alexandra Hoyt
  • Migration and making sense of place: against a backdrop of negative media discourse about africa / Peter Mbago Wakholi
  • Mirror mirror: what culture am i? using philosophy to reconstruct our images and cultural identities / Tom Frengos
  • Spreading roots globally, losing roots locally: coming to terms with being an expat as an intercultural identity / Lucyann Kerry
  • Barceloneta as heterotopic mirror: a place of different spaces / Tony McHugh
  • Reflection and aspiration: mirrors and models in traditional european and chinese thought / R. James Ferguson
  • Becoming a person through intercultural communication: a white american's experiences in asia and africa / William Kelly
  • Affect mirrors / Damian Cox
  • List yourself: an autoethnography of intercultural identity / Donna Henson
  • I'm so normal, i must be different / Taryn J. Mathis
  • The decentred delegate: adapting identity within a model united nations learning environment / Dennis Harmon II and Mark Dinnen
  • Scotland the brave? an exile's perspective on scottish identity from abroad / Darren Swanson
  • Intercultural mirrors and cultural humility: my journey as an educator / James Arvanitakis
  • Cultural observations and a conversation about drawing by a wandering artist / Kristin Newton.