Migration and Education in a Multicultural World

Culture, Loss, and Identity

  • Authors
  • Ursula A. Kelly

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 1-22
  3. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 23-45
  4. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 47-69
  5. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 71-92
  6. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 121-145
  7. Ursula A. Kelly
    Pages 147-168
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 169-190

About this book


Arising from the legacies of the twentieth century - unprecedented worldwide migration, unrelenting global conflict and warring, unchecked materialist consumption, and unconscionable environmental degradation - are important questions about the toll of loss such changes exact, individually and collectively. As large-scale and ubiquitous as these changes are, their deep specificity re-inscribes the importance of place as a critical construct. Attending to such specificity emphasizes the interconnections between contexts and broader movements and remains a prudent route to articulating critical interconnections among places and peoples in complex times. This book of essays turns to such specificity as a means to examine the inflections of migration on identity- displacement, disorientation, loss, and difference- as sites of both regression and possibility. Fusing autobiography and cultural analysis, it provides a framework for a critical education attuned to such concerns.


education migration research

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