By Lauren Wagner
Questions persist approximately post-migrant generations and their feel of belonging in a single place of origin or one other. As descendants of migrants, ‘second’ and extra generations frequently fight to set up an unproblematic belonging in/to a resident place of origin, because the position the place they dwell and paintings yet are usually labeled as ‘outsiders’. concurrently, as a result of bettering entry to go back and forth, they could additionally keep a actual presence in an ancestral native land. in spite of the fact that, their encounters there can also problematize their experience of belonging. in the course of their summertime visits to Morocco, the European-Moroccan members during this ethnography time and again locate themselves negotiating a feeling of belonging within the ‘homeland’. This publication analyzes how those negotiations ensue with a purpose to examine how the types of ‘diasporic’ and ‘Moroccan’ develop into formed through the interactional encounters saw. within the surroundings of Morocco, the place trajectories to and from Europe have coloured numerous centuries of heritage, this e-book offers a framework to discover how migration and go back turn into included into modern ‘Moroccanness’.
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