The Penguin Atlas of Diasporas
A groundbreaking perspective on the great religious and cultural diasporas of the world. Here, the very definition of "diaspora"--which embraces forced exile, voluntary migrations, and "minorities of inferiorization"--is examined in detail. The text is richly complemented with full-color maps and an iconography of synagogues, churches, and other cultural markers.
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Communities Across Borders: New Immigrants and Transnational Cultures
Paul T. Kennedy,Victor Roudometof
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