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Podcast Episode 22- Crimea Calling

In 2010, Masha and her brother inherited her grandparents' home in Crimea, the place of her...
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A Sail For Peace

“…It was our way to abolish government-made borders and show the world as one beautiful nation whose ruler was the sea, where nature’s laws are strict, yet simple, and the inhabitants are all equally unique.”

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Podcast Episode 21: Embrace the Journey

Hear about Cynthia’s adventures as well as her advice to other expats who are trying to find friends, find jobs or find themselves.

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Song of Praise

by Jeremy Keighley Why do I find myself here ? the curse of my teenage years its so narrow valley where a...
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Dulcimer Chimes

by Jeremy Keighley In a white wood room I wrote my name on the wing of a tiny bird made daisy chains in...
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Podcast Episode 20: Summer Wrap Up

In this episode, we talk about art, politics and plans for the future.  This episode is a series of audio clips from...
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     ART

Jennifer Tee: Let It Come Down

Jennifer Tee is a Dutch artist with Chinese-Indonesian heritage. Her work incorporates many cultural traditions and...
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Love and Longing at the Mexican Border

The Other Side- Love and Longing at the Mexican Border is a short documentary by Griselda San Martin, a documentary...
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City In Translation

An Interview with Canan Marasligil at the Hiraeth Poetry Night at Labyrinth Poetry & Cocktail Bar, May 6, 2017...
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     POETRY

Song of Praise

by Jeremy Keighley Why do I find myself here ? the curse of my teenage years its so narrow valley where a...
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Dulcimer Chimes

by Jeremy Keighley In a white wood room I wrote my name on the wing of a tiny bird made daisy chains in...
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Turquoise Eyes

by Jeremy Keighley A Finnish girl with Turquoise eyes is the only journal entry I can remember from leaving England...
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   PODCAST

Podcast Episode 22- Crimea Calling

In 2010, Masha and her brother inherited her grandparents' home in Crimea, the place of her...
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Podcast Episode 21: Embrace the Journey

Hear about Cynthia’s adventures as well as her advice to other expats who are trying to find friends, find jobs or find themselves.

Read More

Podcast Episode 20: Summer Wrap Up

In this episode, we talk about art, politics and plans for the future.  This episode is a series of audio clips from...
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Podcast Episode 19: Stardust Magick

In this episode, I talk to Stardust Magick.  Star is a transformational artist- transforming herself and others...
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Podcast Episode 18: Knocked Up Abroad

 In this episode, we talk to Lisa Ferland, author and editor of the books Knocked Up Abroad and Knocked Up Abroad...
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Podcast Episode 17: The Black Expat

I had so much fun talking to Amanda Bate, founder and editor of The Black Expat.  Amanda launched The Black Expat to...
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   ESSAYS

A Sail For Peace

“…It was our way to abolish government-made borders and show the world as one beautiful nation whose ruler was the sea, where nature’s laws are strict, yet simple, and the inhabitants are all equally unique.”

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The Good Old Language Struggle

Yesterday I was thinking of the downs of living “abroad”. I must say I very rarely put myself this question, but I...
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Walking into a Memory

One of the beautiful things about moving often is that you experience the "little things" of life in so many different...
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The Lily and the Rose: Living Between East and West

“The West for me means ambition, the East contentment. My heart is ever in one, my soul in the other.” – Ameen Rihani,...
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Home as Metaphor

I woke up this morning from a dream in which I'd just bought a new house. It was a big house, but complicated, with...
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The Roots of Dispersion

I often wonder how it feels to be tied to a place, to know that your history happened there, that the rhythm of the...
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   INTERVIEWS

Hiraeth Magazine Teaser

Have a peek into our storytelling event, and go...
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Migrationlab

Interview with Laura M. Pana at the Hiraeth...
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City In Translation

An Interview with Canan Marasligil at the...
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Hasan Minhaj is a Third Culture Kid

"I exist in a hyphen." Comedian Hasan Minhaj...
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Exit West – Permeable Borders

Last month Steve Inskeep at Fresh Air talked...
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City of Asylum for Exiled Writers

Latino USA shares a story of exiled writers...
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Jennifer Tee: Let It Come Down

Jennifer Tee is a Dutch artist with Chinese-Indonesian heritage. Her work incorporates many cultural traditions and...
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Migration and the Dutch Canon

On Friday several members of the Hiraeth team drove to the beautiful little town of Wageningen about an hour and a...
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Whose Heritage Matters

This Friday the Hiraeth team will be heading to the Centre of Space, Place and Society at Wageningen University to...
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