The Awkward Traveler, Istanbul’s hoppingest back alley, uncomfortable truths about your native people/politics, growing up with Native American history.
A British-born woman of mixed ethnicity is torn between loyalties to her country of birth and others her family is tied to.
Easy answers to complex cultural questions can’t prepare an American for her submersive role as member of a Kurdish tribe by marriage.
A Brit in the Netherlands finds a foreign language is a hurdle to being true to herself in her relationships with locals, family and friends.
Two West Coasters overcome their sibling rivalry — in a town of hippies, yippies and Beatniks — by channeling Continental ladies of leisure.
“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?
Meeting my future Turkish in-laws, behavior speaks louder than words and appearing eager to belly dance is dangerous for a daughter-in-law with a Russian name.
I moved to Switzerland so my husband could advance his career. Overnight, I went from a 28-year-old American career woman to a Swiss Hausfrau.
What do you miss most about your home country? The solid reality of family and places — or an atmosphere long since vanished?
When you live a global life, how do you cope with death-at-a-distance?
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