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Stoppard Gone Wilde: The Invention of Identity
Tom Stoppard is arguably best-known for two works the play "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" (1967) and the film "Shakespeare in Love" (1998) that draw on the works of William Shakespeare. What many people don't ...
To Be and Neeg bi: Discourses on Home in Senegal
An experimental ethnography that uses various literary genres, as well as visual documentation, to express the plurality of discourses on home in contemporary Senegal, particularly among migrant populations.
Nikkei-ness: A Cyber-Ethnographic Exploration of Identity Among the Japanese Peruvians of Peru
Transnational migration has led to a situation in which humans can no longer form an identity based on location. The nikkei of Peru, or Japanese immigrants and their descendents, are an example of this circumstance. ...