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I am interested in examining the meaning and significance of "third spaces" through a critical lens. As an inhabitant of several "borderlands" myself--namely ethno-racial, socioeconomic, and linguistic--I find my own search for meaning inextricably tied to the study and (de)construction of dualities. I am young and have much yet to read, but I have found the most inspiration from the brilliant minds of Gloría Anzaldúa and Walter Mignolo,
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