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Cross-cultural adaptation of international students in Moroccan higher education

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‘Returning is much more complicated than leaving’: High-skilled Brazilians on (not) visiting ‘home’ on holidays


A homing journey: Notions of home during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Of elephant gods, and fish curry in a clay pot: Memory, identity, and cultural reproduction


Personal stories of home, belonging, and refuge at the War Childhood Museum

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Checkered foundations: How a chessboard educated hundreds

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‘Turn up in your Aso-ebi’: Identity construction and homeland connection among the Yoruba in Canada


A lonely mate

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Recipes for resilience: The complex meanings behind food-related objects

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‘Swimming against the tide’: The fragility and resilience of residual refugees to COVID-19 disruption in Oru


Guatemala: From the border crisis to the immobility of the town of Patzún. The Mayan people at risk


White spaces, black spaces: Transport, bordering and subjectivity between Zimbabwe and South Africa


Love in exile


Dostema: A conversation with my friend


The worldly wander of a Somali passport


Networking for motherhood: The experiences of young Syrian refugee mothers


Life as a long-distance couple: arguments and arrangements between Mexico and the US


Locating citizenship: Pakistani immigrants in Oñati, Basque Country

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Life skills through music: A gift beyond music from Venezuela to Peru

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Long journeys, transit lounges, and homeland touchdown: Homeland visits of the Indian diaspora’s youth

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The university schemes aiming to improve access to higher education for forced migrants

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Narrating belonging and intimacy through food: Sinigang and transnational Japanese-Filipino families

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Emotional (im)mobility: Exploring objects of hope, despair, and imaginary territory

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‘The power of banga’: Exploring food as a cultural connector between migrants and the homeland

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Travelling with cuisines: Immigrant entrepreneurs and the remaking of culinary cultures in Copenhagen

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Incense, Angkor, and a kilo of trey ngeat: The materiality of Khmer culture in Cambodia and the Khmerican diaspora


What a life in the host country: Narratives of immigrants in Morocco amid the pandemic

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Don’t come close: The plight of street children during COVID-19’s ‘forced immobility’

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‘Have I really survived?’: On home, refuge, and quarantine in Rome


Stuck between borders: Transportation of humanitarian aid from Sweden to Western Balkans


The trail of three brothers: A story of mobility and fixity from Liverpool Chinatown


Finding ‘Home’ across borders: Upholding love, care and culture in my transnational family


A relationship beyond borders: The emotional impact of Brexit


Compulsory strength: Maternal love in circumstances of exile and displacement


The border toll: Relationships at the Irish border in the age of Brexit


Emotions in transit: Contemplating belonging in the aeroplane

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To visit home or not: Decision-making among foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong

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Inheriting the diaspora identity: Narrating the Lebanese-Armenian language dilemma

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Refugee education in Greece: disjointed, disconnected and inadequate

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Frode Frosk goes to Spain: A tale of family, memory and migration

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Aroma to identity: The migrant way of life


The spaces in between: Social memory at Dzaleka refugee camp

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Obscure towns, big cities and the mapping of identity

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Smuggled culture: Pan-Balkan narratives of belonging

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End-time theories: The intersection of COVID-19 conspiracy theories and the mobility of labourers in Ibadan

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Transnational herbal medicine practitioners along the Nigeria-Niger corridor in the time of a pandemic


In honour of Sarah: A call to recognise the complexity of queerness in exile


A foreigner at home


Love, a central catalyst for my international mobility


The human heart: The invisible baggage of migration


1 family, 2 countries, 3 borders: Children and youth expressions of love in spaces of family separation


A virtual red lollipop for my grandchild


Love beyond labels: Resettlement in Amish country


The children of migration: The blurred border between roots and routes