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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Being Eurasian: Transculturality or Transcultural Reality?
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'The authors of this paper are all members of the same family ... [their] story is a reflection on the intergenerational continuity and discontinuity of the transcultural experiences of ...[their] Eurasian family, in which the boundaries ofculture, language, social hierarchies and geography are crossed and recrossed,

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    y separately published work icon Life Writing vol. 1 no. 1 2004 Z1135794 2004 periodical issue 2004 pg. 71-96
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    y separately published work icon Visibly Different : Face, Place and Race in Australia Maureen Perkins (editor), Berne : Peter Lang , 2007 Z1413926 2007 anthology autobiography This volume contains nine life narratives by Australians who reflect on the experience of being categorised on the basis of their facial appearance. The introduction by the editor provides the theoretical framework to these narratives. It discusses the relevance to notions of belonging and identity of the term 'mixed race', and concludes that we are all mixed race, whether we look white, black or 'ethnic'. Berne : Peter Lang , 2007 pg. 103-125
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