Theorizing Diaspora: A Reader
January 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
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Bringing together the key essays that have constituted this field since its inception and that point the way toward its future, Theorizing Diaspora is a central resource for understanding diaspora as an emergent and contested theoretical space.
- Anthologizes the most influential and critically received essays that have shaped the trajectory of diaspora studies.
- Offers classic statements that have defined the field by scholars including Appadurai, Gilroy, Radhakrishnan, and Hall.
- Presents divergent strains of multiple diasporas, including Chinese, Black African, Jewish, South Asian, Latin American, and Caribbean.
- Reflects the modalities and methodologies of scholars across the humanities and social sciences.
- Includes a postscript on diaspora in cyberspace and an extensive bibliography.