Many of the people close to my heart are transnationals such as myself. Belonging is a frequently discussed topic in my circles, and often a topic that is surrounded by considerable angst. Where do we belong? Is it really worth it? What were we thinking when we were young adult students making our first international move which has propelled our international careers since and put us on a trajectory where home, at least in the singular, simply doesn’t exist?
|Specialist publication||Language on the move|
|Publisher||Language on the move|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Feb 2011|
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