Basque Diaspora: Migration and Transnational Identity
University of Nevada Press, 1 janv. 2005 - 656 pages
An investigation into the specifics of Basque migrations, cultural representations, diasporic politics, and ethnonationalism, using theories from sociology, political science, history, and anthropology. Distributed for the Center for Basque Studies.
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The history of human migrations
Basque homeland and history
The Basque governmentinexile
The Gernika Generation
The opposite end of the Earth
Other ethnic diasporas
Traditional identity in the diaspora
2o Gender and ethnicity
Todays Basque organizations
2ooo abroad Aguirre America Araba Argentina Australia Basque Autonomous Basque boardinghouses Basque centers Basque communities Basque Country Basque culture Basque delegation Basque diaspora Basque ethnic Basque government Basque government-in-exile Basque identity Basque immigrants Basque language Basque migration Basque nationalism Basque nationalist Basque organizations Basque Studies Program Basque women Belgium Bilbao Bizkaia Boise Buenos Aires California Catholic century Chile colonies created diaspora Basques diaspora communities Donostia-San Sebastian Douglass economic emigration established ethnic groups ethnic identity Etxeak Euskadi Euskal Herria Euskara Eusko exiles families France Francisco French Gernika Gipuzkoa globalization Gloria homeland host country host society hundred Idaho International Iparralde Jose Juan living London Madrid ment Mexico military Nafarroa networks Nevada Press non-Basque Pais Vasco percent Peru population refugees Reno sheepherders social Spain Spanish Civil Spanish Civil War thousand tion Totoricagiiena traditional transnational United University of Nevada University Press Uruguay vasca Venezuela Vitoria-Gasteiz World York
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