Intercultural Representations of Diasporic Amazigh (Berber) Writers in/from the Netherlands

Cristián H. Ricci


The purpose of this article is to reconceptualise the idea of an Amazigh literature with regard to the transnational and plurilingual experiences from which this literature arises. Along these lines, the second generation of Amazigh writers born in the Netherlands – and/or those who migrated when they were children – rejects the label of writing ethnic literature, and/or being categorised under the umbrella of Dutch authors of Moroccan descent. 


Moroccan literature / Marokkaanse literatuur, Dutch literature / Nederlandse literatuur, Migration / Migratie, Riff/Amazigh

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