Marmalade Moon by Kate England

Surrender to new serendipity with changes at the expat+HAREM site. A “Displaced Nation” for inveterate culture crossers. How citizen journalism brings us all closer.

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Post image for Great White People Book Club: stumbling on our false cosmopolitanism

Global thinkers must navigate and find a way to bridge worlds that might make only a sinister kind of sense.

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Post image for About this site: making the psychic limbo of global citizens a productive state

Why do you need our help? Because liminal life is a bittersweet limbo — coming, going, never quite arriving. expat+HAREM embraces the unmoored and central reality of our globetrotting, multicultural, hybrid times.

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Post image for Outsiders in the revolution: is there a rubber bullet with our name on it?

As foreigners in foreign lands, when is their fight our fight?

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Post image for Reading travelers: find your historical context

Cultural wisdom historically pools at the intersection of women and travel

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Gallipolli on the Dardanelles Strait by CWYigit

An Irishwoman weighs the dream of life versus the reality, versus the dream of making it happen nonetheless.

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meatpacking party invite circa 1987 by Todd Worley

When birth year alone means a Baby Boomer would always occupy an entry-level position in her cultural generation, GenY brings the status quo rebellion she seeks.

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Post image for Thanksgiving with Mary Jane: spirit of the season(ing)

When you’re a teenager there are a million places you’d rather be than at a family gathering. However when I was fifteen, Thanksgiving with my relatives was the best turkey day I’ve ever celebrated. My anti-establishment father put marijuana in the stuffing. What’s your countercultural recipe for family harmony?

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Memorial by CYigit

When you live a global life, how do you cope with death-at-a-distance?

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Traffic at Zocalo, Mexico City by VGuneyli

Sometimes this expat has felt like a duplicitous sell-out for socializing with people she normally would not.

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