Transnational migration is perhaps the most highly contested issue across Europe. Over the last twenty-years Ireland has experienced significant inward migration. For new arrivals spatial and temporal displacement is potentially traumatic, resulting in shifting identities where home can no longer be understood as a fixed knowable entity. Ieva is preoccupied with revealing personal and collective narratives where memory, history and language encourage a deeper engagement with interculturalism.
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