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New World Diasporas Edited by Kevin A. Yelvington This series seeks to stimulate critical perspectives on diaspora processes in the New World. Representations of “race” and ethnicity, the origins and consequences of nationalism, migratory streams and the advent of transnationalism, the dialectics of “homelands” and diasporas, trade networks, gender relations in immigrant communities, the politics of displacement and exile, and the utilization of the past to serve the present are among the phenomena addressed by original, provocative research in disciplines such as anthropology, history, political science, and sociology. International Editorial Board Herman L. Bennett, Rutgers University Gayle K. Brunelle, California State University at Fullerton Jorge Duany, Universidad de Puerto Rico Sherri Grasmuck, Temple University Daniel Mato, Universidad Central de Venezuela Kyeyoung Park, University of California at Los Angeles Richard Price, College of William and Mary Sally Price, College of William and Mary Vicki L. Ruiz, Arizona State University John F. Stack, Jr., Florida International University Mia Tuan, University of Oregon Peter Wade, University of Manchester More Than Black: Afro-Cubans in Tampa, by Susan D. Greenbaum (2002) Carnival and the Formation of a Caribbean Transnation, by Philip W. Scher (2003) Dominican Migration: Transnational Perspectives, edited by Ernesto Sagás and Sintia Molina (2004) Salvadoran Migration to Southern California: Redefining El Hermano Lejano, by Beth Baker-Cristales (2004) The Chrysanthemum and the Song: Music, Memory, and Identity in the South American Japanese Diaspora, by Dale A. Olsen (2004) Andean Diaspora: The Tiwanaku Colonies and the Origins of South American Empire, by Paul S. Goldstein (2005) Migration and Vodou, by Karen E. Richman (2005) True-Born Maroons, by Kenneth Bilby (2006) The Tears of Hispaniola: Haitian and Dominican Diaspora Memory, by Lucía M. Suárez (2006) Dominican-Americans and the Politics of Empowerment, by Ana Aparicio (2006) Nuer-American Passages: Global Migration in the Twentieth Century, by Dianna J. Shandy (2006) Religion and the Politics of Ethnic Identity in Bahia, Brazil, by Stephen Selka (2007) ...


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