expatriatism

expatriatism

(ɛksˈpætrɪəˌtɪzəm)
n
(Sociology) the state or condition of being an expatriate
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Beyond that, writers like Sargeson were also suspicious of her expatriatism. Chapter 2 on Blanche Baughan, Ursula Bethell, and R.A.K.
"We ought to focus on the years of 1932 and 1958, rendering the debate practical and capable of setting rules for solutions in this respect," added Mashnouq, speaking during the "Diplomatic Expatriatism" Conference which opened its works today at "Le Royal" Hotel in Dbayeh, devoted to tackling the issue of registering Lebanese expatriates in Lebanese civil status records and ways of allowing them to restore their Lebanese citizenship.
While there is no denying that Pound was highly active during the Second World War as a member of Mussolini's Fascist Party, it can also be considered his ultimate act of expatriatism, where not only is he rejecting his parent culture, but openly embracing another culture whose fundamental values, actions and allegiances have made an enemy of Pound's home country.
"Wandering Pilgrimage: Mobile Expatriatism in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises, F.
From here, the book launches into its third section, which explores expatriatism more broadly.
Zao's expatriatism raises the question: Is his art French or Chinese?
privileges of the very kind of Parisian expatriatism that has come to be
T hose who are dissatisfied with the end of the novel and with Fishbelly's choice to flee America, may see his expatriatism as cowardly or as Fishbelly letting the sins of the father dictate his life's path.
For Julia Ann, Peter's sexual orientation, career, and expatriatism are not adult choices that he has made, but juvenile acts of rebellion implicitly leveled against her that only add to the "tedious torture" that she must endure.
Naipaul has often said about his expatriatism that he felt he had to leave in order to become a writer, but that he had to return in order to write.
in the 1920s, expatriatism in the 1970s-1990s, having multiple identities, the impact of pop culture and stereotypes on one's experience of the Americas, a "then and now" look at Arab experiences in Latin America, the cultural significance of Arab American literature, Arab American reclamation rhetoric, representations of Arabs in juvenile fiction pre- and post-9/11, the post-9/11 responses of the larger community, and the situation today.
expatriatism that decries national ties while not confronting the