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Other Worlds, Other Globalisations

(PECO 5501F, PSCI 5501F, SOCI 5504F)


Suggested Readings


S4, October 3 : Imagined communities : Migration, memories, and globalisation

A Guide to the Black Diaspora, @ http://www.fortunecity.co.uk/shangrila/miami/16/black1.html (external link)

Sarah Alexander, June 2004 – ‘Tea : Still Hot After Five Thousand Years’, in YaleGlobal, 4 June 2004, @ http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/about/tea.jsp (external link)

Benedict Anderson, 1983 - ===Imagined Communities : Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism===. London : Verso

Canadian Woman Studies, Winter 2004 – ‘Women and the Black Diaspora’, Volume 23, No. 2 Winter 2004, @ http://www.yorku.ca/cwscf/diaspora.html (external link)

Nayan Chanda, November 2002 – ‘Coming Together : Globalization means reconnecting the human community’, in YaleGlobal, 19 November 2002; http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/about/essay.jsp (external link)

DePaul? Center for Culture and History of Black Diaspora, @ http://condor.depaul.edu/~diaspora/ (external link)

Sunil Fotedar, 2001 – ‘Kashmiri Pandits in Cyberspace : Kashmiri Language Script and its Standardisation’, in Vitasta Annual Number, Volume XXXIV (2000-2001), @ http://vitasta.org/2001/2.10.html (external link)

Kathleen D Hall, September 2004 - ‘The Ethnography of Imagined Communities : The Cultural Production of Sikh Ethnicity in Britain’, in Annals, AAPSS (Annals of the American Academy), 595, pp 108-121; @ http://www.upenn.edu/penniur/pdf/Ethnography%20of%20Imagined.pdf# search=%22migrants%20imagined%20communities%22 (external link)

Michael Hanagan, 1998 – ‘Irish Transnational Social Movements, Deterritorialized Migrants, and the State System : The Last One Hundred and Forty Years’, in Mobilization, An International Journal, vol 3 (1), pp 107-126

Alexander Horstmann, nd, c.2004 – ‘Incorporation and Resistance : Borderlands, Transnational Communities and Social Change in Southeast Asia’. Paper WPTC-02-04, Research Institute of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. http://www.transcomm.ox.ac.uk/working%20papers/WPTC-02-04%20Horstmann.pdf# search=%22monks%20traders%20globalisation%22 (external link)

H Nazery, 1996 – ‘Imagined Cyber Communities, Iranians, and the Internet’, in Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Vol 30 no 2, @ w3fp.arizona.edu/mesassoc/Bulletin/nazeri.htm

Aihwa Ong and Donald Nonini, 1997 - ===Underground Empires : The cultural politics of modern Chinese Transnationalism===. London : Routledge

Ludger Pries, 2001 – ‘Transnational Social Space: Do We Need a New Approach in Response to New Phenomena ?’, in: Ludger Pries, ed, 2001 - New Transnational Social Spaces : International Migration and Transnational Companies. London : Routledge

Ludger Pries, nd, c.2006 – ‘Transnational Migration : New Challenges for Nation States and New Opportunities for Regional and Global Development ‘. Center for International Relations, ul. Emilii Plater 25, 00-688 Warsaw, Poland, Reports & Analyses 1/06. http://www.csm.org.pl/en/files/raports/2006/rap_i_an_0106a.pdf (external link)

B Rahimi, 2003 – ‘Cyberdissent : The Internet in Revolutionary Iran’, in MERIA (Middle East Review of International Affairs), vol 7 no 3, pp 101-115

Gaspar Rivera-Salgado?, 2002 – Cross-Border? Grassroots Organizations and the Indigenous Migrant Experience’, in David Brooks and Jonathan Fox, eds, 2002 – Cross-Border Dialogues : US-Mexico Social Movement Networking. La Jolla, California : Centre for US-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, pp 259-274

Edward W Said, 2000 - Reflections on Exile and Other Essays. Cambridge, Mass : Harvard University Press

Ronald Segal, 1995 - The Black Diaspora. London : Faber and Faber (in North America, as The Black Diaspora : Five Centuries of the Black Experience Outside Africa. New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

M Sökefeld, 2002 – ‘Alevism Online : Re-Imagining? a Community in Virtual Space’, in Diaspora vol 11 no 1, pp 85-123

Thomas Sowel, 1996 - Migrations and Cultures. New York : Basic Books

Matthijs van den Bos, January 2006 – ‘Hyperlinked Dutch-Iranian? Cyberspace’, in International Sociology, January 2006, Vol 21 (1), pp 83-99

Matthijs van den Bos and L Nell, nd – ‘Territorial bounds to virtual space: transnational online and offline networks of Iranian and Turkish-Kurdish? immigrants in the Netherlands', in Global Networks vol 6 no 2, pp 201-220

Vitasta, The Publication of Kashmir Sabha, Kolkata, India, @ http://vitasta.org/ (external link)

Thomas Weissinger, compiler, nd – ‘The African Diaspora in Pan-African? Perspective’, @ http://www.library.uiuc.edu/afx/diaspora.htm. (external link) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign?


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