When you live a global life, how do you cope with death-at-a-distance?
Chatting with an Internet media theorist and online psychotherapist whose interests include ‘mixed reality’, globalization and cultural theory.
Families in global transition get together. Now that our digital and physical worlds have meshed, how do we evolve? The problem of nailing universality when you’re too damn exotic.
“Iranian by birth, French by citizenship and American by residence” is how my grandfather encapsulated 10-year old me. What does that make my daughter?
An Irishwoman weighs the dream of life versus the reality, versus the dream of making it happen nonetheless.
When an emerging American artist moves to Turkey and starts a family, she navigates new definitions of career and home life.
Travel used to be a special occasion. Then I became an expat and a global business traveler — the full expression of my traveler nature?
The editor of Matador Life contrasts the urge to keep moving with the condition of exile.
When we discover our psychic peers and global community – fashioning a hybrid identity that honors the many worlds we belong to — we’ve found our global niche.
Risk-taking is in the blood of this Scot-American woman: bear wrestlers, sword swallowers. What role does risk play in the way you experience the world?
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