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IN THE REALMS OF FEMINISM AND MIGRATION: GLORIA ANZALDUA’S BORDERLANDS’ THEORY

IN THE REALMS OF FEMINISM AND MIGRATION: GLORIA ANZALDUA’S BORDERLANDS’ THEORY

IN THE REALMS OF FEMINISM AND MIGRATION: GLORIA ANZALDUA’S BORDERLANDS’ THEORY

 
Yazar : Huda Al-hayali  & Sabah Atallah  
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Baskı Yılı : 2022
Sayı : 70
Sayfa : 48-56
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Cite : Huda Al-hayali & Sabah Atallah, (2022). IN THE REALMS OF FEMINISM AND MIGRATION: GLORIA ANZALDUA’S BORDERLANDS’ THEORY. Route Education and Social Science Journal , 70, p. 48-56. Doi: 10.17121/ressjournal.3119.
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Özet
In the present day, there have been many discussions and debates about the concept of borders and what they represent. Whether it is in literature or in governmental policymaking, borders are considered a major topic that shapes and represents the lives of thousands of people all around the world. The importance of such an issue stems from the fact that borders do not only stand for the physical ones but extend to include the mental borders as well. Many people, scholars, and authors have spent their lives conducting research or seeking spiritual guidance on how to cross such borders and transcend them. More importantly, the human mind has been on a long journey of self-discovery and finding one’s true identity. In this paper, I am discussing the borderlands’ theory as it has been passed to us by Gloria Anzaldua, and its relationship with migration and feminism, considering Josefina Lopez’s Detained in the Desert (2010).

Anahtar Kelimeler
Borderlands, Feminism, Migration, Psychology.

Abstract
In the present day, there have been many discussions and debates about the concept of borders and what they represent. Whether it is in literature or in governmental policymaking, borders are considered a major topic that shapes and represents the lives of thousands of people all around the world. The importance of such an issue stems from the fact that borders do not only stand for the physical ones but extend to include the mental borders as well. Many people, scholars, and authors have spent their lives conducting research or seeking spiritual guidance on how to cross such borders and transcend them. More importantly, the human mind has been on a long journey of self-discovery and finding one’s true identity. In this paper, I am discussing the borderlands’ theory as it has been passed to us by Gloria Anzaldua, and its relationship with migration and feminism, considering Josefina Lopez’s Detained in the Desert (2010).

Keywords
Borderlands, Feminism, Migration, Psychology.

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