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Chapter1. From a Land of Emigrants to a Land of Immigrants? The Complex Realities behind a Common Perception.- Part I: Galicians abroad .- Chapter2. The role of Galician Centers in the Promotion of Galician Culture Abroad.- Chapter 3. 'Cando chegamos o Unai Estei' (When We Arrived in the USA): Literary Representations of Galician Migration to New York in the First Half of the 20th Century.- Chapter4. The ties and emotions of emigration: An analysis of personal correspondence.- Chapter5. Galician Political Refugees in Portugal during the Civil War and Post-Civil War Era (1936-1945).- Chapter6. A Theme Park in Early 20th Century Galicia: A Case Study on the Globalized Visions of "Indianos".- Chapter7. The Grandchildren of Galicia: Lived and Imagined Citizenship.- Chapter8. The Galician diaspora in the 21st Century: Demographic renovation as a response to the economic crisis.- Part 2. Strangers among us.- Chapter9. Migratory trends and their relation to specific policy regarding migrations in Galicia.- Chapter10. The changing role of women in transnational families living in Senegal and Galicia.- Chapter 11. "It's a better life here": Romanian Roma perceptions of successful integration.- Chapter12. The Muslim Minority in Galicia: Trajectory and Demands.- Chapter13. Gendered Mobility Strategies, Labor Market in a Context of Economic Crisis in Galicia.- Chapter14. School, Family and Migration: Toward an understanding of differential (de)construction of gender identities.- Chapter15. Cape Verdeans in Burela: Women's Empowerment through gendered cultural practices.- Part 3. Forging the new, multicultural Galicia.- Chapter16. Participatory citizenship initiatives as a crucial factor for social cohesion.- Chapter17. The Neo Project: An educational radio program to promote social cohesion.- Chapter18. Immigrant Perspectives on Linguistic and Cultural Preservation.- Chapter19. A view of Linguistic Landscapes for an Ethical and Critical Education.- Chapter20. Immigrant women in situation of gender violence: Towards improving communication with public service providers through interpreters.- Chapter21. Collaborative Initiatives Between Immigrant Associations and Schools.- Chapter22. Communicating about migrations, dismantling prejudices: an experience of social journalism linking Galicia and Morocco.

About the Author

Renee received her PhD in 2003 from the University of Delaware (USA), where she helped to establish La Red Magica, a community-university collaborative project which aims to promote intercultural relationships between university students and minority children in an urban community center. From 2006-2009 she was Senior Researcher on the UK-based No Outsiders project, an action research project investigating approaches to address lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality in primary schools. She held a Research Fellowship (Isidro Parga Pondal) at the University of Vigo (Spain) from December 2009 to September 2010, and has been a member of the Faculty of Education Sciences at UDC since September 2010. She is currently directing a research project investigating understandings and practices regarding integration of immigrants in Galicia (2014-2017, funded by the Xunta de Galicia).Her research and teaching has focused on equalities and social justice in terms of race, ethnicity, language, sexuality and gender. She is mainly interested in the social construction of marginalization within and beyond schools, ways in which success and failure are co-constructed in institutional settings, and the design of counter-hegemonic institutional contexts and classroom practices.

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