Routledge handbook of diaspora studies / edited by Robin Cohen and Carolin Fischer.

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Published: Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2019.
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Series:Routledge international handbooks
Format: Electronic eBook
Table of Contents:
  • Diaspora before it became a concept / Stéphane Dufoix
  • Diaspora studies : past, present and promise / Khachig Tölölyan
  • Key methodological tools for diaspora studies : combining the transnational and intersectional approaches / Anna Amelina and Karolina Barglowski
  • The social construction of diasporas : conceptual development and the Rwandan case / Simon Turner
  • Diasporas as social movements? / Sharon M. Quinsaat
  • Performing diaspora / Alpha Abebe
  • Embodying belonging : diaspora's racialization and cultural citizenship / Taku Suzuki
  • Music, dance and diaspora / Ananya Jahanara Kabir
  • Diasporic filmmaking in Europe / Daniela Berghahn
  • Writing in diaspora / Zuzanna Olszewska
  • Making and "faking" a diasporic heritage / Marc Scully
  • Translanguaging and diasporic imagination / Zhu Hua and Li Wei
  • Multi-religious diasporas : rethinking the relationship between religion and diaspora / Dominic Pasura
  • Homelessness and statelessness : possibilities and perils / Barzoo Eliassi
  • Diaspora and class, class and diaspora / Nicholas Van Hear
  • Working-class cosmopolitans and diaspora / Pnina Werbner
  • Transversal crossings and diasporic intersections / Amanda Wise
  • Intersectionalizing diaspora studies / Marie Godin
  • Bridging the mobility-sedentarism and agency-structure dichotomies in diasporic return migration / Nanor Karageozian
  • Unravelling the conceptual link between transnationalism and diaspora : the example of hometown networks / Thomas Lacroix
  • Deportees as "reverse diasporas" / Shahram Khosravi
  • Diasporicity : relative embeddedness in transnational and co-ethnic networks / Takeyuki (Gaku) Tsuda
  • Moral comforts of remaining in exile : snapshots from conflict-generated Indonesian diasporas / Antje Missbach
  • Islamic schooling and the second generation: a diaspora perspective / Hanna Höchner
  • Diaspora and home : interrogating embodied precarity in an era of forced displacement / Divya P. Tolia-Kelly
  • Diasporas and political obligation / Ilan Zvi Baron
  • Diaspora and religion : connecting and disconnecting / Giulia Liberatore and Leslie Fesenmyer
  • Digital diasporas / Mihaela Nedelcu
  • Diaspora politics and political remittances : a conceptual reflection / Lea Müller-Funk
  • Postcolonial states, nation-building and the (un)making of diasporas / Jen Dickenson
  • The plasticity of diasporic identities in super-diverse cities / Tamsin Barber
  • Displaced imaginations, bodies and things : materiality and subjectivity of forced migration / Sandra H. Dudley
  • Disconnecting from home : contesting the salience of the diaspora / Gijsbert Oonk
  • Using pragmatism to approach "diaspora," its meanings and political implications / Carolin Fischer and Janine Dahinden
  • Why engage diasporas? / Alan Gamlen
  • Diaspora mobilizations for conflict : beyond amplification and reduction / Maria Koinova
  • Diaspora and development / Ben Page and Claire Mercer
  • Diasporas and the politics of memory and commemoration / Khatharya Um
  • At home in diaspora : the Babylonian Talmud as diasporist manifesto / Daniel Boyarin
  • Diasporas building peace : reflections from the experience of Middle Eastern diasporas / Bahar Baser and Mari Toivanen.