Cultural Roots and Relocations in Greek American Poetry

Stefanidou, Anastasia
January 2004
Journal of Modern Hellenism;Winter2004/2005, Issue 21/22, p43
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the cultural roots and relocations in Greek American poetry. It states that the traditional sociopolitical pressure for the assimilation in immigrants to America has given way in some degree to multicultural dialectics. It explains that in the wake of the flexible and new transborder and global connections between immigrants and their homelands during the past few decades, local and non-local factors have converged to produce new sociocultural, political, and economic realities.


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