Diasporas Reimagined is an edited collection designed to showcase the breadth as well as cohesion of research on diasporas linked to the Leverhulme-funded Oxford Diasporas Programme. Featuring contributions from 45 authors, the full collection is now available here (Diasporas Reimagined). This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Drawing on a range of disciplines, including social anthropology, sociology, human geography, politics, international relations, development studies and history, Diasporas Reimagined depicts a world increasingly interconnected through migration, where sediments of previous encounters coexist in places, practices and personal and collective identities.
Put together,it aims to provoke new ways of thinking, both about diasporas and about some of the foundational concepts of social science.
In this project I led an amazing editorial team which includes Alan Gamlen, Giulia Liberatore and Hélène Neveu Kringelbach.
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Jyotsana Saha and I were pleased to contribute a chapter in this wonderful book. Our portion is entitled “Points of Origin: A Visual and Narrative Journey”, and includes a collection of images and poems that explore diasporic identity.
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