IN THIS ISSUE

Section 1: Migration, Labor, and the (re)Making of Homes

Unmasking Michael Ondaatje in In the Skin of a Lion | link
Kwasi Hoffman

Eating in Near Silence: The Trope of Food in Claire Denis’ 35 Shots of Rum | link
Aaditya Aggarwal

Dubai: The Illusion of the City | link
Atif Khan

Public Debates on Canada’s Refugee Policy: A Look at the Past 40 Years | link
Yasmeen Emadi

The Forgotten Youth: A Walkthrough of the Homestay Program in Canada | link
Rachel Jiam

What Counts as Work? Labor and the Canadian Census | link
Katie Laqua

Section 2: On Nostalgia, Loss, and Yearning

Nostalgia Venues and the Importance of Context | link
Glenda Orila

Hyphentity: Exploring Canadian Biculturalism in Second-Generation Diasporics | link
Rochelle Mather

Fiddler on the Roof: A Nostalgic Portrayal of the Jewish Diaspora | link
Janessa Duran

Conditional Living With Loss in a Postcolonial World | link
Basma Deef

Section 3: Racialization, Subjectivity, and Neocolonial Entanglements

Can I Buy My Way Out of AIDS?: Race, Capitalism, and South Park | link
Shudipta Shabnam Islam

“Excuse Me While I Light My Spliff”: An Examination of the Caribbean’s Involvement in Marijuana Production and the Drug Trade | link
Jasmine Homer

Can One Be 100% Christian?: On A Global Christianity, Christian Embodiment, and the Politics of a Christian Identity | link
Muna Dahir

The Mongol Hazaras in Afghanistan | link
Rasa Sarwari

Where Go The Rastafarians?: A Sociological Inquiry into a ‘Failed’ or ‘Marginal’ Religious Movement | link
Liam Turnbull

Making Up People: The Creation of Categories and People Within Them | link
Dalal Badawi

Section 4: Gender, Motherhood, and Resistance in Palestine

Palestinian Women’s Resistance Movements: Past and Present | link
Joanna Abdulhamid

Yearning for Mama: The Literary Representation of Feminist Identity of Palestinian Women | link
Myra Wein

Victims, Refugees, and Irony: Similarities between Holocaust Victims and Palestinian Refugees | link
Reagan Brugmans

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