For nineteen years Elizabeth Briel was locked in a metaphorical box — first by others, and later by herself – unable to see an alternative to what surrounded her.
When an emerging American artist moves to Turkey and starts a family, she navigates new definitions of career and home life.
I’ve got Web 3.0 plans for my second book not only because as a contemporary author abroad I must connect with readers and offer dynamic interaction with the material, but because as a digital citizen I can.
A former officer in the U.S. Navy-turned expat discovers life design is necessary for expat women as military personnel transitioning to civilian life
In a live-recorded talk, I map a 15 year journey from cultural disenfranchisement to a new expat+HAREM initiative: a private, educational community for global citizens, putting theory into practice.
A Californian’s perception of time changed when she changed cultures.
When a personal tragedy changed everything for Susannah Conway, she began to unravel and find out what she was made of personally, and professionally.
Change is in the air and we’re redefining things we thought we knew. Where we begin and end. If democracy means we have to live with choices we wouldn’t chose.
Where we come from counts, and by bringing what we uniquely have to offer, we cross-pollinate the culture.
Quandary my globe-trotting American mother is now facing, along with former global civil servants, foreign service members and longtime expats: Third Culture retirement.
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