Vol. 9 (2013): Fuori luogo. Cultural transfer, migrazioni, straniamenti
Migrante, madre, mediatrice, donna: una peruviana racconta l’incontro con se stessa
Published February 17, 2014
How to Cite
Rossi, M. (2014). Migrante, madre, mediatrice, donna: una peruviana racconta l’incontro con se stessa. Storia Delle Donne, 9(1), 29-48. https://doi.org/10.13128/SDD-14067
AbstractTo be a migrant woman includes different meanings: it means to be a breadwinner woman for personal or familiar decision; it means to be wife of an husband who will join her in the arrival country dealing with all the uncertainities of the labor market; it means to be a mother that drags her sons to an unknown new country or that fights daily to keep in touch with them when they leave overseas; but above all it means to be a woman that deals day by day with the cultural negotiation and with those stereotypes usually related with migration, doing it for herself and in order to create a better relationship with the arrival society. All these aspects are part of the interview done in february 2007 to a peruvian woman that lives in Naples since many years now and that is the main object of this article.
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