A conversation with Ruth Van Reken Co-author, Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds, 3rd ed., co-founder, Families in Global Transition conference

Ruth shares her own reflections, research, work, and writing the book, Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds and how the landscape of today's accelerated change around us impacts third culture kids, the way they learn, work, and juggle living in a globally connected world. crossculturalkid.org


About Ruth Van Reken


Ruth Van Reken is a second-generation Third Culture Kid* (TCK) and mother of three now-adult TCKs. She is co-author of Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds, 3rd ed., and author of Letters Never Sent, her personal journaling seeking to understand the long-term impact of her cross-cultural childhood. For more than thirty years Ruth has traveled extensively speaking about issues related to the impact of global mobility on individuals, families, and societies. She is co-founder and past chairperson of Families in Global Transition.  In addition to her two books and many articles, she has written a chapter in other books including Strangers at Home, Unrooted Childhoods, and Writing Out of Limbo.  In 2019 she received an Hon. Litt.D from Wheaton College for her life's work. She now lives in Indianapolis, IN with her husband, David,


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crossculturalkid.org  (Personal Website)

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