'Close, not close': Migrant artists negotiating transnational mother-daughter intimacies
Monika Winarnita, Wulan Dirgantoro, Raelene Wilding
Emotion, Space and Society | Elsevier | Published : 2019
Awarded by Research Focus Area Transforming Human Societies RFA THS
We would like to thank all of the women who participated in this research and generously shared their stories, art, reflections and insights. We particularly thank Rani Pramesti and Eleanor Jackson for agreeing to have their stories shared in this article and for providing comments and corrections on our drafts. Any remaining errors are the responsibility of the authors alone. This research was made possible by a La Trobe University, Melbourne Australia internal grant from the Research Focus Area Transforming Human Societies RFA THS (grant number 3.2508.07.15) for the project titled' Multimedia, Migrant Identities and Family Relationships: A Qualitative Investigation', with Chief Investigators A. Prof Raelene Wilding and Dr Monika Winarnita. We thank Dino Concepcion for excellent research assistance, and Mary Holmes, Kye Askins, Andrew Gorman-Murray and the anonymous peer reviewers for their thoughtful critical engagement with this work.