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Journeys To and Fro: Recalling and Writing “Home(s)” in Diasporic Imaginaries

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The personal archive (re)positioned in Asiandiasporas and the imaginaries of diasporic individuals is an intimate space simultaneously material and immaterial, imagined and created— for Asian im/migrants to form a different sense of belonging that is deliberate and enabling for themselves within their communities. The immigrant women in these (diasporic) communities collect, create, maintain, preserve, and distribute their historical and cultural narratives in records that capture their hybrid transnational identities and multinational experiences as they want them remembered and transmitted to the successive generations of their descendants.

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