ABSTRACT This autoethnography recounts the process of developing my own agency out of a borderland lifeworld formed in multiple geographic sites. I use self-reflection and research to make explicit a functional inbetween space where I belong. Through Gloria Anzaldúa's work, literature from border … [Read more...] about Owning Multiple and Complex Belongings In The Borderlands: An Autoethnography
Who gives you permission to choose your ethnic identity? What a great opportunity Ms. Rachel Dolezal gives me to explore my thoughts about this question. If you are an Adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) or an adolescent TCK*you’ve acquired at least two ethnicities. … [Read more...] about Who gives YOU permission to choose your ethnicity or ethnicities?