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2. LeBaron van Baeyer, Sara: Neither Necessity nor Nostalgia: Japanese-Brazilian Transmigrants and the Multi-Generational Meanings of Return.
3. Baas, Michiel: The Freedom to Stay & Leave: Indian Overseas Students' Paradoxical Relationship with Australian 'Permanent' Residency.
4. Bhatt, Amy. Reproducing Intimacies and Transnational Family Formations among highly skilled migrants from India.
5. Nititham, Diane: 'It's Still Home Home': Notions of the Homeland for Filipina Dependent Students in Ireland.
6. Nguyen, Cindy: Finding and Defining Social Purpose: Representations of Vietnamese Student Migration to the Colonial Metrople, 1910-1933
7. Kaibara, Helen: Looking Back to Move Forward: Japanese Elites and the Prominence of "Home" in Discourses of Settlement and Cultural Assimilation in the United States, 1890-1924.
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