This process entails both settled and incoming migrants' participation in place-making; a mutual imbrication that might promote the long-settled migrants' evocation of a lost terrain. Before stating my postgraduate studies, I worked as researcher and lecturer at Diego Portales University. This piece draws on the authors' recent participation in a specific tree-planting ceremony performed by this group in Wales. It presents diaspora space, community and belonging as lived processes. Seminario Internacional "Migracion etnicidad y espacio: Aproximaciones criticas desde la etnografia" more. Moreover, challenging the prism of socioeconomic conflict and separation, it shows emerging dynamics of social interdependence and adjustment, taking place alongside the reorganisation of ethnic boundaries.
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