7 edition of KINSHIP AND DIASPOAS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS found in the catalog.
KINSHIP AND DIASPOAS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
December 30, 2007
by Univ of Michigan Pr
Written in English
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Get this from a library! The domestic abroad: diasporas in international relations. [Latha Varadarajan] -- "In the past few decades, and across disparate geographical contexts, states have adopted policies and initiatives aimed at institutionalizing relationships with "their" diasporas. These practices. Transporting and re-inventing conflicts: Conflict-generated diasporas and conflict autonomisation. Élise Féron. Conflict-generated diasporas and conflict autonomisation Show all authors. Élise Féron. Shain, Y () Kinship and Diasporas in International Affairs. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Google Scholar | by: 4.
Eng develops the concept of “queer diasporas” as a critical response to queer liberalism. A methodology drawing attention to new forms of family and kinship, accounts of subjects and subjectivities, and relations of affect and desire, the concept differs from the traditional notions of diaspora, theories of the nation-state, and principles. In The Feeling of Kinship, David L. Eng investigates the emergence of “queer liberalism”—the empowerment of certain gays and lesbians in the United States, economically through an increasingly visible and mass-mediated queer consumer lifestyle, and politically through the legal protection of rights to privacy and argues that in our “colorblind” age the emergence of queer Author: David L. Eng.
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Kinship & Diasporas in International Affairs - Yossi Shain - Google Books In the face of globalization, the War on Terror, and massive shifts in migration patterns, analysts and scholars are Reviews: 1. This book is aculmination of research and writing on kinship and diasporas over the last decade. Most chapters represent an extension and elaboration on previously published materials.
Chapters 1 and 2 were written, in the original format, in collaboration with Martin Sherman, whose scholarship and clear thinking enriched me greatly.
Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn : Idean Salehyan. Kinship & diasporas in international affairs. [Yossi Shain] -- "In the face of globalization, the War on Terror, and massive shifts in migration patterns, analysts and scholars are finally being forced to reckon with the limitations of the old territorial models.
This book provides an original analysis of the economic success of Overseas Chinese merchants in Southeast Asia: The ethnically homogeneous group of Chinese middlemen is an informal, low-cost.
Kinship & diasporas in international affairs / Yossi Shain. The book suggests that kinship can expand or limit actors’ political room for maneuvereon the international political arena, making some actions and practices appear possible and likely, and others less so.
As an analytical category, kinship can help us categorize and understand relations between actors in the international arena. Kinship and Diasporas in International Affairs Yossi Shain A major study of the vast—but until now unappreciated—influence of kinship and diaspora on international politics.
Kinship and Diasporas in International Affairs to the study of the world's diasporas. This book investigates the changing meanings of the concept and the contemporary diasporic condition.
The book suggests that kinship can expand or limit actors' political room for maneuvereon the international political arena, making some actions and practices appear possible and likely, and others less so.
As an analytical category, kinship can help us categorize and understand relations between actors in the international arena. Kinship & diasporas in international affairs / By Yossi Shain.
Abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and cs of disintegration: diaspora, secession, and the paradox of nation-states -- Diasporic financial flows and their impact on national identity -- Transnational religion and the struggle for Jewish Author: Yossi Shain.
In this article, we incorporate the study of diasporas into international relations (IR) theory by focusing on diasporas as independent actors who actively influence their homeland (kin-state Cited by: "In recent years, numerous scholars have undertaken analyses of diasporas in international affairs.
However, few bring the theoretical innovation or conceptual sophistication that Varadarajan displays here Varadarajan offers a rich meticulously detailed illustration of the theory In so doing, she provides the road map for future comparative empirical applications of the by: Part of the Migration, Diasporas and Citizenship book series (MDC) Abstract Since the early s, diaspora studies have promoted non-essentialist conceptions of identity, culture, and belonging that exceed the framework of the nation state and explore new connections between global and local contexts (Brah ; Clifford ; Tölölyan ).Author: David Carment, Ariane Sadjed.
In his book, Kinships and Diasporas in International Affairs, Yossi Shain discusses the impact of migration patterns on international politics and introduces a new way to understand borders as environments where permeable and formal institutions mingle with informal networks of blood and belief.
Home Research Publications International Affairs Diaspora, kinship and loyalty: the renewal of Jewish national security 1 JanuaryNumber 0Cited by: Diasporas and International Relations Theory makers around the world.
So, too, the study of diasporas nowadays constitutes a growing intellectual industry, with numerous academic conferences and writings devoted to the subject. Yet despite increasing recognition of the importance of. He is the author of eight books including Marketing the American Creed Abroad: Diasporas in the U.S.
and Their Homelands (Cambridge ); Kinship and Diasporas in International Affairs(Michigan. Cecile Goldman Visiting Professor of Government at Georgetown University. His most recent book is Marketing the American Creed Abroad: Diasporas in the U.S. and Their Homelands (), and he is currently finishing a book on kinship in international affairs.
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Diasporas, International Conflict and Development. Diasporas are often involved in ethnic or international conflict either by promoting conflict resolution (Sheffer ) or by fuelling the conflict.
There are cases where the diasporas of two conflicting sides have found common ground in a neutral country where they reside.