Migrant cartographies: new cultural and literary spaces in post-colonial Europe

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Lexington Books, 2005 - History - 291 pages
In recent years, Europe has had to constantly rethink and redefine its attitude towards new flows of immigrations. Issues of boundaries and identity have been integral to this reflection. Through a magnificent collection of essays, Migrant Cartographies examines both sites and conflicts and the way in which forms of belonging and identity have been reinvented.

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Contents

Writing across the Borders New Literatures in Europe
11
Borders Migration and Myth
55
The Politics of the Perception of Human Movement
67
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