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Title: Heterotopia and its role in the lived experiences of resettlement.
Authors: Rossetto, Marietta Sandra
Keywords: Migrants
Resettlement
Identities
Issue Date: Sep-2006
Publisher: Shannon Research Press
Citation: Rossetto, Marietta (2006) Heterotopia and its role in the lived experiences of resettlement. International Education Journal v.7 n.4
Abstract: Place, as a metaphor, can be experienced in different ways, existing or created. If created, space can be Foucault's 'placeless place', a utopia. A place that exists, however, can be a heterotopic space. A heterotopia is what we as individuals interpret it to be: it can be a space for reconstituting the self, rewriting the scripts of identity and placing the self within a context. This paper looks at the experiences of 18 Greek and Italian women who found a heterotopic space in which to build new friendships and establish themselves in a local community, creating and weaving their experiences into a tapestry that tells their stories of immigration and resettlement. [Author abstract]
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/3140
ISSN: 1443-1475
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