Diaspora and Transnationalism

Concepts, Theories and Methods

Edited by Rainer Bauböck and Thomas Faist

Diaspora and Transnationalism
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Edited by Rainer Bauböck and Thomas Faist

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

352 pages | 6 3/10 x 9 1/2 | © 2010
Paper $65.50 ISBN: 9789089642387 Published September 2010 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

Diaspora and transnationalism are concepts that have become very popular in modern academic and political discourses. And while most of the new literature treats the two separately, this book studies these fields alongside one another. Rainer Bauböck and Thomas Faist bring together scholars from a wide range of academic disciplines to discuss the concepts, theories, and methodologies used in the study of border-crossing affiliations.

Contents
Preface

Chapter 1
Diaspora and transnationalism: What kind of dance partners?
    Thomas Faist
Chapter 2
Diasporas, transnational spaces and communities
    Michel Bruneau
Chapter 3
The dynamics of migrants' transnational formations: Between mobility and locality
    Janine Dahinden
Chapter 4
Instrumentalising diasporas for development: International and European policy discourses
    Agnieszka Weinar
Chapter 5
Interrogating diaspora: Power and conflict in Peruvian migration
    Karsten Paerregaard
Chapter 6
A global perspective on transnational migration: Theorising migration without methodological nationalism
    Nina Glick Schiller
Chapter 7
Bridging the divide: Towards a comparative framework for understanding kin state and migrant-sending state diaspora politics
    Myra A. Waterbury
Chapter 8
Diasporas and international politics: Utilising the universalistic creed of liberalism for particularistic and nationalist purposes
    Maria Koinova
Chapter 9
Diaspora, migration and transationalism: Insights from the study of second-generation 'returnees"
    Russell King and Anastasia Christou
Chapter 10
Private, public or both? On the scope and impact of transnationalism in immigrants' everyday lives
    Paolo Boccagni
Chapter 11
Operationalising transnational migrant networks through a simultaneous matched sample methodology
    Valentina Mazzucato
Chapter 12
Transnational research collaboration: An approach to the study of co-publications between overseas Chinese scientists and their mainland colleagues
    Koen Jonkers
Chapter 13
The internet as a means of studying transnationalism and diaspora
    Kathrin Kissau and Uwe Hunger
Chapter 14
Transnational links and practices of migrants' organisations in Spain
    Laura Morales and Laia Jorba
Chapter 15
Cold constellations and hot identities: Political theory questions about transnationalism and diaspora
    Rainer Bauböck
 
Bibliography
List of contributors 
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