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Diasporas

Concepts, Intersections, Identities

by Jeffrey Lesser(contrib.) ; Homi Bhabha(contrib.) ; Peter Mandaville(contrib.) ; Terrance Lyons(contrib.) ; Claire Dwyer(contrib.) ; Manuel Vasquez(contrib.) ; Jaine Beswick(contrib.) ; Nadje Al-Ali(contrib.) ; Karim H Karim(contrib.) ; Daniela Berghahn(contrib.) ; Ian Cook(contrib.) ; Tariq Modood(contrib.) ; Toshio Watanbe(contrib.) ; Paul Gilroy(contrib.) ; Larissa Remennick(contrib.) ; Gerd Baumann(contrib.) ; Martin Baumann(contrib.) ; David Richardson(contrib.) ; Robin Cohen(contrib.) ; Ulirke Meinhof(contrib.) ; Sara Wills(contrib.) ; Flemming Christiansen(contrib.) ; Kira Kosnick(contrib.) ; Dibyesh Anand(contrib.) ; Sanaz Raji(contrib.) ; Anastasia Christou(contrib.) ; Juan Flores(contrib.) ; Madeleine Wong(contrib.) ; Russell King(contrib.) ; Pnina Werbner(contrib.) ; Susheila Nasta(contrib.) ; James Procter(contrib.) ; Helen Gilbert(contrib.) ; Victoria Bernal(contrib.) ; Avtar Brah(contrib.) ; Khachig Tololyan(contrib.) ; Peggy Levitt(contrib.) ; Marie Gillespie(contrib.) ; Philip Crang(contrib.) ; Mark Johnson(contrib.) ; Nicholas Van Hear(contrib.) ; Virinder Kalra(contrib.) ; Graham Huggan(contrib.) ; Steven Vertovec(contrib.) ; Vijay Agnew(contrib.) ; Simon Turner(contrib.) ; Kim Knott(ed.) ; Sean McLoughlin(ed.)
Diasporas by Jeffrey Lesser
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Featuring essays by world-renowned scholars, Diasporas charts the various ways in which global population movements and associated social, political and cultural issues have been seen through the lens of diaspora.Wide-ranging and interdisciplinary, this collection considers critical concepts shaping the field, such as migration, ethnicity, post-colonialism and cosmopolitanism. It also examines key intersecting agendas and themes, including political economy, security, race, gender, and material and electronic culture. Original case studies of contemporary as well as classical diasporas are featured, mapping new directions in research and testing the usefulness of diaspora for analyzing the complexity of transnational lives today.Diasporas is an essential text for anyone studying, working or interested in this increasingly vital subject.
Zed Books; October 2010
336 pages; ISBN 9781848138711
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Title: Diasporas
Author: Jeffrey Lesser; Homi Bhabha; Peter Mandaville; Terrance Lyons; Claire Dwyer; Manuel Vasquez; Jaine Beswick; Nadje Al-Ali; Karim H Karim; Daniela Berghahn; Ian Cook; Tariq Modood; Toshio Watanbe; Paul Gilroy; Larissa Remennick; Gerd Baumann; Martin Baumann; David Richardson; Robin Cohen; Ulirke Meinhof; Sara Wills; Flemming Christiansen; Kira Kosnick; Dibyesh Anand; Sanaz Raji; Anastasia Christou; Juan Flores; Madeleine Wong; Russell King; Pnina Werbner; Susheila Nasta; James Procter; Helen Gilbert; Victoria Bernal; Avtar Brah; Khachig Tololyan; Peggy Levitt; Marie Gillespie; Philip Crang; Mark Johnson; Nicholas Van Hear; Virinder Kalra; Graham Huggan; Steven Vertovec; Vijay Agnew; Simon Turner; Kim Knott; Sean McLoughlin
 
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1848135394
9781842779477
9781848135390
9781848138711