Roxelana by Anton Hickel

A British-born woman of mixed ethnicity is torn between loyalties to her country of birth and others her family is tied to.

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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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Playful travel buzzwords, the logistics of expat women, and a new global culture magazine in the style of Hemingway.

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Bather by A.Ashman

When an expat from America’s conservative “Bible Belt” moves to Europe she faces a liberal culture of nakedness.

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Post image for Foreword by Elif Shafak

“The tales express the point of view of three-dimensional expatriates. The women of the Expat Harem are on the edge. They are in limbo.”

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Post image for 3 characteristics to lead a hybrid lifestyle: courage, creativity, buoyancy

We share a cosmopolitan urge, and the ability to be adventurous, courageous and empathetic. Yet, are we hybrids of choice or circumstance?

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Post image for Frozen roots: immigrant community stuck in time

When a Turk raised in a conservative Brooklyn emigrant community studies in Istanbul she realizes progress comes from a community, not a location.

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Post image for Your tribe is the new segregation: integration may not be an improvement

As we seek our global niche, we’re integrating across all sorts of out-moded boundaries. You could also say we’re segregating along the lines of our true selves.

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Tradesmans Entrance by HSaffari

Speaking of class: having cleared other hurdles in your new society, are you still defined by the way you speak?

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