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The course of cultures at both local and global levels is crucially affected by migratory movements. In turn, culture itself is turned migrant. This journal will advance the study of the plethora of cultural texts on migration produced by an increasing number of cultural practitioners across the globe who tackle questions of culture in the context of migration. They do this in a variety of ways and through a variety of media. To name but a few relevant aspects of this juncture of migration and culture, questions of dislocation, travel, borders, diasporic identities, transnational contacts and cultures, cultural memory, the transmission of identity across generations, questions of hybridity and cultural difference, the material and oral histories of migration and the role of new technologies in bridging cultures and fostering cultural cross-pollination will all be relevant. Methodologies of research will include both the study of 'texts' and fieldwork.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 10, Number 1, 1 April 2019

Introductory Article

Open Access Creative engagement with migration
pp. 3-17(15)
Authors: Jeffery, Laura; Palladino, Mariangela; Rotter, Rebecca; Woolley, Agnes

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Poetry

Poetry
pp. 19-23(5)
Author: Lotfi Gill, Marjorie

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Poetry

Out of place, out of language, out of home
pp. 55-69(15)
Author: Soobrayen, Saradha

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Poetry

Collective poetry
pp. 89-93(5)
Authors: Shakti Women’s Aid Wednesday GroupShakti Women’s Aid Wednesday Group is run by Shakti Women’s Aid, an Edinburgh-based charity which helps BME women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse. It provides a range of support services, such as organising temporary refuge, and providing advice and information about options and issues which may affect BME women including forced marriage, female genital mutilation, immigration rights and ‘honour-based abuse’ from family, household and community.Contact: Shakti Women’s Aid, 57 Albion Road, Edinburgh EH7 5QY, UK.; Maryhill Integration Network Oasis GroupMaryhill Integration Network Oasis Group is a weekly multicultural women’s group which gives people from all backgrounds an opportunity to make friends, share experiences, and participate in arts and crafts, courses and information sessions. It is run by Maryhill Integration Network, a Glasgow-based charity which brings refugee, migrant and local communities together through, art, social, cultural and educational groups and projects.Contact: Maryhill Integration Network, 35 Avenuepark Street, Glasgow, G20 8TS, UK.

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Border-crossing: These deaths are not inevitable
pp. 119-128(10)
Author: Hampson, Robert

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Poetry

Poetry
pp. 149-150(2)
Author: Sheard, James

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