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The reflexivity of pain and privilege : auto-ethnographic collections of mixed identity

Author: Ellis Hurd
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Sense, [2019]
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Genre/Form: Biography
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Reflexivity of pain and privilege
Leiden ; Boston : Brill Sense, [2019]
(DLC) 2018058075
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ellis Hurd
ISBN: 9789004393813 9004393811
OCLC Number: 1083641781
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Acknowledgements --
List of figures --
Notes on contributors --
Introduction: the homily of pain and privilege: understanding the --
Need for a discourse on mixed identity / Ellis Hurd --
Exploring the reflexivity of pain and privilege --
Navigating the ambiguity of mixed identity as chinese-indonesian / Dian Mitrayani --
The unbearable whiteness of being / Cristina Santamaria Graff --
Stepping towards healing about learning disability at our intersectionality: how learning disability pain and privilege structured our schooling experiences / Lisa A. Boskovich and David I. Hernandez-Saca --
Supporting youth with marginalized identities --
The unidentified nationality: navigating middle school as a third culture kid / Hwa Pyung Yoo --
Mis roots / Paloma E. Villegas --
A different kind of asian persuasion / Susan Y. Leonard --
Transformative consciousness raising questions / Hannah R. Stohry --
Exploring the convergences of identity and cultural responsiveness --
Will i ever be enough? an african louisiana creole's narrative on race, ethnicity, and belonging / Raymond Adams --
Sika / Jessica Samuels --
Interrelated homilies (movements) of mixed identity: an international lens --
Being ambiguously brown in africa: an autoethnography of biracial identity in three acts / Lynnette Mawhinney --
Identity perceptions of youth in middle and high-school: beyond being mestizo / Mariana Leon and Guillermina de Gracia --
Bordered lives: an autoethnography of transnational precarity / Francisco J. Villegas and Paloma E. Villegas --
The ubiquitous rank: some reflections on walking on thin ice / Anne Ryen --
On being mixed and moving forward --
Raising consciousness for multi-racial third culture kids / Hannah R. Stohry --
Resisting learning disabilty oppression: healing through dis/ability voice / David I. Hernandez-Saca --
Poems on being mixed and moving forward / Lisa A. Boskovich --
Walking the line / Iman Fagan --
Conclusion: the untold future of being mixed: moving forward while remembering what is behind / Ellis Hurd.
Responsibility: edited by Ellis Hurd.

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