Category: Trans-cultural displacement/belonging


Scaling Protected Western Fence the Fate of Nigeria Immigrants to Europe

The world is gradually shrinking that at the press of a button events happening in far-flung part of the earth could be followed live via cable network. Globalization or capitalist penetration of every economy is the new phenomenon. Industrialized nations of the West are growing richer and having access to natural resources of the third


Narratives of Mothers Who Mother in a Foreign Environment

In the last three decades there has been a growing number of mothers’ own narratives of mothering in contemporary women’s writing throughout Europe and North America. Narratives of mothers who mother in a culturally and linguistically foreign environment are part of this trend, they are also relatively recent and can be seen as both a