Home and Identity between East and West, Past and Present in Cuentos De Las Dos Orillas: The Gardens of al Andalus in Rose Regas' Short Story: El Molino De Viento'

By Barbara Schulz.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Migration and the search for identity and home in 'Cuentos de las dos orillas'.

Keywords: The Arab-Muslim World and the West, Migration - Cultural Identity

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp.89-94. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.763MB).

Dr. Barbara Schulz

Grew up in Germany. Studied at University of Heidelber (Applied Linguistics/Translation). To U.S. (Oregon) in 1988 for Graduate Studies in Comparative Literature. Ph.D.1907. Worked in international education in Mexico 1992, Ecuador (1992-1994), Germany (1994-1996). Teaching in Oregon since 2000 (Reed College, EOU). Research: urban transformation and identity in Latin American Literature. Interest in Maghreb through music: violin player - tunes from the Middle East. New research area: the encounter between the Maghreb and Spain in Music and Literature.

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