Borders with/in the mother

Journal article


Marchevska, E (2016). Borders with/in the mother. M/other Voices. 2016.
AuthorsMarchevska, E
Abstract

Borders have traditionally been seen as lines of division, as the final line of resistance between a mythical ‘us’ and an equally mythical ‘them’; either a method of containment or a final barrier leading to ultimate liberation and freedom. It was challenging to write this article while at the same time there is an immense refugee crises unfolding in Europe, but I thought it is particularly important to discuss intergenerational trauma, borders and maternal in this context of current events.

Keywordsmotherhood; immigration
Year2016
JournalM/other Voices
Journal citation2016
PublisherThe m/other voices foundation
Web address (URL)http://www.mothervoices.org/column/2016/1/25/january-2016-elena-marcevska-macedonia
Publication dates
Print25 Jan 2016
Publication process dates
Deposited10 Aug 2016
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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