Immigration, Integration and Identity of Palestinians in Honduras: A Success Story?

Posted by Gina Kawas, MA Candidate at CLACS – Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU My ethnographic research in Honduras had two objectives: to study the evolution and socioeconomic impact of the Palestinian diaspora, and comprehend their assimilation/creolization in Honduras. The assimilation was fast-paced, and provoked a disconnection with their homeland after the firstContinue reading “Immigration, Integration and Identity of Palestinians in Honduras: A Success Story?”

Palestinians in Honduras: From a Thriving Socio-Economic Trajectory to a Potential Rejection

Posted by Gina Kawas, MA Candidate at CLACS – Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU In June I carried out an ethnographic investigation in Honduras aimed at studying the social and economic effects Palestinian migration has had in the country. Landing in Tegucigalpa is always an interesting experience: having one of the most dangerousContinue reading “Palestinians in Honduras: From a Thriving Socio-Economic Trajectory to a Potential Rejection”