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Title Global Indian diasporas : exploring trajectories of migration and theory / edited by Gijsbert Oonk.

Imprint [Amsterdam] : Amsterdam University Press, 2007.

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Description 1 online resource (294 pages).
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Series IIAS publications series. Edited volumes ; 1
IIAS publications series. Edited volumes ; 1.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-289).
Contents Global Indian Diasporas: Exploring trajectories of migration and theory / Gijsbert Oonk -- Part 1: Critical historical perspectives. Multanis and Shikarpuris: Indian Diasporas in historical perspective / Scott Levi -- 'We Lost our Gift of Expression': Loss of the mother tongue among South Asians in East Africa, 1880-2000 / Gijsbert Oonk -- Contextualising diasporic identity: Implications of time and space on Telugu immigrants /Chandrashekhar Bhat and T.L.S. Bhaskar -- Seperated by the partition?: Muslims of British Indian descent in Mauritius and Suriname / Ellen Baal and Kathinka Sinha-Kerkhoff -- A chance diaspora: British Gujarati Hindus / John Mattausch -- Part 2: Critical sociological and anthropological perspectives. Contested family relations and government policy: Links between Patel migrants in Britain and India / Mario Rutten and Pravin J. Patel -- Diaspora revisited: Second-generation Nizari Ismaili Muslims of Gujarati ancestry / Anjoom Amir Mukadam and Sharmina Mawani -- Bollywood and the Indian Diaspora: Reception of Indian cinema among Hindustani youth in the Netherlands / Sandierien Verstappen and Mario Rutten -- Contested Equality: Social Relations between Indian and Surinamese Hindus in Amsterdam / Brit Lynnebakke -- Afterword: Stray thoughts of an historian on 'Indian' or 'South Asian' 'Diaspora(s)' / Claude Markovits.
Summary "This book discusses the relation of South Asian migrants to their homeland, the reproduction of Indian culture abroad and the role of the Indian state in reconnecting migrants of India, focusing on the limits of the diaspora concept, rather than on its possibilities. From a comparative perspective, using examples from South Asian communities in Suriname, Mauritius, East Africa, the UK, Canada and the Netherlands, this collection presents new and controversial insights into the concept of diaspora, raising the question about the limits of its effectiveness as an intellectual concept"--Publisher's description.
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Language English.
Subject East Indians -- Foreign countries.
East Indians -- Migrations.
East Indian diaspora.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies.
Society and social sciences.
Society and culture: general.
Social issues and processes.
Migration, immigration and emigration.
Mathematics and science.
Science: general issues.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Sociology -- General.
East Indian diaspora. (OCoLC)fst01201673
East Indians -- Foreign countries. (OCoLC)fst00901069
East Indians -- Migrations. (OCoLC)fst01201674
Migratie (demografie)
India.
Indexed Term Popular science
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic book.
Added Author Oonk, Gijsbert, 1966-
Other Form: Print version: Global Indian diasporas. [Amsterdam] : Amsterdam University Press, 2007 9789053560358 9053560351 (OCoLC)179836995
ISBN 9789048501069 (electronic bk.)
9048501067 (electronic bk.)
9789053560358
9053560351
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