Writing Journeys across Cultural Borders (Hardcover)
Narratives of journeys, voyages, and pilgrimages often guide readers to questions about humanism and humanity from a holistic perspective. The chapters in this volume explore narratives of both real and imagined journeys and examine their religious, psychological, psychoanalytical, philosophical, educational, and historical implications. What emerges is an understanding of narratives of journeys across cultural borders as powerful educational tools that can model and contribute to meaningful dialogue with other states, cultures, and civilizations.
Elena V. Shabliy is visiting researcher at Boston University. Kimarie Engerman is professor of psychology and dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the University of the Virgin Islands.