Routes of Passage: Rethinking the African Diaspora, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Ruth Simms Hamilton
Michigan State University Press, 2007 - History - 384 pages
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Routes of Passage provides a conceptual, substantive, and empirical orientation to the study of African people worldwide. The book addresses issues of geographical mobility and geosocial displacement; changing culture, political, and economic relationships between Africa and its diaspora; interdiaspora relations; political and economic agency and social mobilization, including cultural production and psychocultural transformation; existence in hostile and oppressive political and territorial space; and confronting interconnected relations of social inequality, especially class, gender, nationality, and race.

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Contents

Global Dynamics Ruth Simms Hamilton
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Reconsideration
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The Diaspora in Yemen Tim Carmichael
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