Un/settled Multiculturalisms

Diasporas, Entanglements, Transruptions

Barnor Hesse

Un/settled Multiculturalisms

Barnor Hesse

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272 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $42.95 ISBN: 9781856495608 Published November 2000 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Part 1: Conceptual Reflections
Introduction: Un/Settled Multiculturalisms - Barnor Hesse

Part 2: Diaspora Formations
1.Beyond Westphalia: Nations and Diasporas - the case of the Muslim Umma -S. Sayyid
2. Reading Within A Diasporic Boundary: Transatlantic Black Performance And The Poetic Imperative - Brett St. Louis
3. Chinese Takeaways as Diasporic Habitus - David Parker
4. Diasporicity: Black Britain‘s Post-Colonial Formations - Barnor Hesse

Part 3: Cultural Entanglements
5. (Dis)Entangling the ‘Asian Gang‘: Ethnicity, Identity, Masculinities - Claire Alexander
6. Ragga Music: Dis/respecting Black women and Dis/reputable Sexualities - Denise Noble
7. Colonial Entanglements - Roiyah Saltus-Blackwood
8. Some Kind of White, Some Kind of Black: Living the moments of Entanglement in South Africa and its academy - Zimitri Erasmus

Part 4: Political Considerations
Conclusion: The Multicultural Question - Stuart Hall
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