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Diaspora identities

Susanne Lachenicht

Diaspora identities

exile, nationalism and cosmopolitanism in past and present

by Susanne Lachenicht

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Published by Campus in Frankfurt .
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementSusanne Lachenicht, Kirsten Heinsohn (eds.).
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJV6225 .D52 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination164 p. ;
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24498210M
ISBN 109783593388199
LC Control Number2010450388

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African Diaspora Identities: Negotiating Culture in Transnational Migration is a fascinating and groundbreaking discussion of contemporary African migration as one of the major challenges faced by postcolonial African states. Beyond the old and tired argument of grinding poverty and deprivation as major factors in African migration, Arthur links this phenomenon to other factors.

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By addressing questions of culture, identity and politics, Cartographies of Diaspora throws new light on discussions about `difference' and `diversity', informed by feminism and post-structuralism.

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Stuart hall talks about the crucial role of the “Third Cinemas” in promoting the Afro-Caribbean cultural identities, the Diaspora hybridity and difference. Hall argues that the role of the “Third Cinemas” is not simply to reflect what is already there; rather, their crucial role is to produce representations which constantly constitute.

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Identity in Diaspora. First Anchor Books, ), 5–7. Connection Questions. The word diaspora comes from the Greek word for scattering seeds. Today the term refers to people who are living outside of their ancestral homeland.

Do you consider yourself part of a diaspora. If so, how does this shape the way you define yourself. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media Get Books Framed in relation to diaspora this collection engages with the subject of how cultural difference is lived and how complex and shifting identities shape and respond to spatial politics of belonging.

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Beyond the old and tired argument of grinding poverty and deprivation as major factors in African migration, Arthur.In these chapters, diaspora does not reduce itself to simple identities, for example the old hyphenated identities, such as Irish-American or Afro-American, meant to signify assimilation and acculturation into a common American culture.

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