Spatial Justice And Diaspora

Author: Sarah Keenan
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The volume brings together work exploring the conceptual and practical meaning of diaspora through a broad range of grounded studies, ranging from Palestinian street protest in Chile, to poetry written in Guantanamo Bay, to everyday ...

Spacing In Diaspora

Author: Emma Patchett
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110544253
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Patchett, Emma and Keenan, Sarah. Eds. Spatial Justice and Diaspora. Oxford:
Counterpress, 2017. Patton, Paul. “Sovereignty Conditioned and Unconditioned”.
SubStance 43.2 (2014): 162–173. Pavoni, Andrea. “Looking for Spatial Justice”.
Critical Legal Thinking. 1 December 2010. http://criticallegalthinking.com/2010/12
/01/looking-for-spatial-justice/ (1 July 2012). Pécoud, Antoine and Guchteneire,
Paul de. Migration Without Borders: Essays on the Free Movement of People.

Diaspora Law And Literature

Author: Klaus Stierstorfer
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110489252
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Emma Patchett is an independent postdoctoral scholar, currently working on a
collected volume of essays entitled 'Spatial Justice and Diaspora,' soon to be
published with Counter Press. She recently received her PhD from the University
of Münster following doctoral research as a Marie Curie Research fellow in the
CoHaB (Diasporic Constructions of Home and Belonging) ITN. Franziska
Quabeck is a lecturer for English literary and cultural studies at the University of
Münster, ...

Contemporary Indian Dance

Author: K. Katrak
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230321801
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Such consumption of art, where items are bought and then resold (for many years
) to students in the diaspora, raises issues of artistic accountability and social
justice. As I ponder this connection between space (where such transactions are
taking place) and justice, Edward Soja's recent book, entitled Seeking Spatial
Justice, is most illuminating. “'Spatiality' of justice,” he remarks, “is an integral and
formative component of justice itself, a vital part of how justice and injustice are
socially ...

Ethnographic Peace Research

Author: Gearoid Millar
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319655639
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However, my knowledge of the geographic spread and inequality that exists
amongst Liberians in the diaspora was crucial to critically examining the work of
the Diaspora Project, AHR's role in it, and their overall effectiveness in reaching
Liberians in the diaspora. Thus, even though my ethnographic research itself did
not span great spatial distances, it was nonetheless conducted with keen
awareness of and attention to the spatial dimensions of organizing transitional
justice within ...

Encountering Difference

Author: Robin Cohen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509508813
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Chariandy, David (2006) 'Postcolonial diasporas', Postcolonial Text, 2(1); online
journal: ... Chivallon, Christine (2009) Guadeloupe et Martinique en lutte contre la
'profitation': du caractère nouveau d'une histoire ancienne, Justice Spatiale/
Spatial Justice 1, 1–14; online journal: http://www.jssj.org/ article/guadeloupe-et-
martinique-en-lutte-contre-la-profitation-ducaractere-nouveau-dune-histoire-
ancienne/. Cledinnen, Inga (2005) Dancing with Strangers: The True History of
the ...

Ireland And Migration In The Twenty First Century

Author: Mary Gilmartin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1784996572
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Gilmartin, M. (2014) 'Immigration and spatial justice in contemporary Ireland', in G
. Kearns, D. Meredith and J. Morrissey (eds) Spatial justice and the Irish crisis.
Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, pp. 161–76. Gilmartin, M. and Migge, B. (2011) '
Working ... Gilmartin, M., O'Connell, J.A. and Migge, B. (2008) 'Lithuanians in
Ireland', Oikos: Lithuanian Migration and Diaspora Studies, 5:1, 49–62. Glick
Schiller, N. and Çağlar, A. (2009) 'Towards a comparative theory of locality in
migration ...

Navigating Souths

Author: Michele Grisby Coffey
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820351083
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His areas of interest include the struggle for justice by students throughout the
African diaspora, particularly in Mississippi and South Africa, where he studied
and taught museum studies and historic preservation. michele grigsby coffey is
an ... She is part of the interdisciplinary Faculty Working Group on the Global
South at the University of Mississippi, and as part of that group she has
coauthored “The Catfish Industry and Spatial Justice in the Mississippi Delta: A
Global South Reading ...

Return Migration Of The Next Generations

Author: Dennis Conway
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351903462
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Japanese village. Her research interests have remained focused on immigration
issues, incorporating questions of human rights, antiracism, gender, employment
equity and social and spatial justice, all topics on which she has published
extensively. ... Helen's more recent work has been with the Tongan diaspora, on
which she has published numerous articles and the book Tongans Overseas:
Between Two Shores (Helen Morton Lee, 2003, University of Hawai'i Press). Her
work on ...

Cultural Grammars Of Nation Diaspora And Indigeneity In Canada

Author: Christine Kim
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1554584183
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Joshua chooses not to participate in Indigenous activism (like his friend), but to
become a spiritual warrior instead. On the other hand, the novel does not dismiss
the reasons for political activism as it is framed within the events at Oka and
therefore illustrates that Indigenous peoples were “forced into diaspora in two
overlapping senses, spatial and ideological” (McLeod 19; emphasis added). The
first two novels by Wagamese about two youth “put away in both an ideological
and spatial ...