1. The Diasporic Crane: Discursive Migration across the Armenian-Turkish Divide
  2. Michael Pifer
  3. pp. 229-252
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  1. Rewriting Oromo History in the North: Diasporic Discourse about National Identity and Democracy in Ethiopia
  2. Pekka Virtanen
  3. pp. 253-286
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  1. The Quality of Diaspora
  2. Ashraf H.A. Rushdy
  3. pp. 287-304
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  1. Minor Transnationalism in the Prehistoric Aegean?: The Case of Phoenicians on Crete in the Early Iron Age
  2. Catherine E. Pratt
  3. pp. 305-335
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  1. Retrospective and Afterological Considerations of the Contemporary Russian-Speaking Jewish Diaspora: Whence and Whither?
  2. Fran Markowitz
  3. pp. 336-357
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  1. The Myth and Reality of “Return”—Diaspora in the “Homeland”
  2. Sossie Kasbarian
  3. pp. 358-381
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  1. Situating Vietnamese Transnationalism and Diaspora
  2. Marguerite Nguyen
  3. pp. 382-391
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  1. The Nation after the Age of the Global
  2. Christopher Holmes
  3. pp. 392-403
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  1. We Are All Administrators Now: Contemporary Governmentality and Its Novel Genealogies
  2. David Babcock
  3. pp. 404-412
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  1. For Creolization, Against Diaspora, Interlacing Both
  2. Robin Cohen
  3. pp. 413-420
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