restricted access   Volume 16, Number 1/2, Spring/Fall 2007

Table of Contents

Articles

Framing a Deterritorialized, Hybrid Alternative to Nationalist Essentialism in the Postcolonial Era: Tjalie Robinson and the Diasporic Eurasian “Indo” Community

pp. 1-28
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Between Ashkenaz and Québécois: Fifty Years of Francophone Sephardim in Montréal

pp. 29-66
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Writing in Translationese: Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Remains of the Day and the Uncanny Dialect of the Diasporic Writer

pp. 67-91
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Diasporan Subalternities: The Armenian Community in Syria

pp. 92-132
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State, Migrants, and the Negotiation of Second-Generation Citizenship in the Israeli Diaspora

pp. 133-158
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Indian Ocean Cosmopolitanism?: M.G. Vassanji’s Hybrid Parables of Kenyan Nationalism

pp. 159-189
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Reclaiming Diaspora: The Israeli State, Migration, and Ethnonationalism in the Global Era

pp. 190-228
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The Tangled Business of Diaspora-Making

pp. 229-233
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Ethnic Return Migrations—(Are Not Quite)—Diasporic Homecomings

pp. 234-242
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The Literature of the Indian Diaspora: Between Theory and Archive

pp. 243-253
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Why We Come Back to Diasporas: Heterogeneous Groups and the Persistent Dream of Political Action

pp. 254-264
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The Role of Immigration in the Designing of the American Nation

pp. 265-272
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Constructing the “Domestic Abroad”: Re-examining the Role of Diasporas in International Relations

pp. 273-284
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Information for Authors

pp. 285-286
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