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Uprootings/regroundings [electronic resource] : questions of home and migration / edited by Sara Ahmed ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Ahmed, Sara.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Berg, 2003Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 304 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781845209049 (electronic bk.); 1845209044 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Emigration and immigration -- Psychological aspects | Moving, Household -- Psychological aspects | Assimilation (Sociology) | Identity (Psychology) | Home | Strangers | Immigrants -- Psychology | Social Science | Political Science | �Emigration et immigration -- Aspect psychologique | D�em�enagement -- Aspect psychologique | Assimilation (Sociologie) | Identit�e (Psychologie) | Foyer | �Etrangers | Immigrants -- Psychologie | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Emigration & Immigration | Migranten | Thuis | Identiteit | uprootings | regroundingsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Uprootings/regroundings.DDC classification: 304.8 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Uprootings/regroundings: questions of home and migration / Sara Ahmed, Claudia Casta�eda, Anne-Marie Fortier, Mimi Sheller -- I still call Australia home: indigenous belonging and place in a white postcolonizing society / Aileen Moreton-Robinson -- The home of language: a pedagogy of the stammer / Sneja Gunew -- 'Dis-orientalisms': displaced bodies/embodied displacements in contemporary Palestinian art / Gannit Ankori -- Taking (a) place: female embodiment and the re-grounding of community / Irene Gedalof -- Making home: queer migrations and motions of attachment / Anne-Marie Fortier -- Nostalgia, desire, diaspora: South Asian sexualities in motion / Gayatri Gopinath -- Global modernities and the gendered epic of the 'Irish empire' / Breda Gray -- 'They're family!': cultural geographies of relatedness in popular genealogy / Catherine Nash -- Transporting the subject: technologies of mobility and location in an era of globalization / Caren Kaplan -- Technological frontiers and the politics of mobility in the European Union / Ginette Verstraete -- The difference borders make: (il)legality, migration and trafficking in Italy among Eastern European women in prostitution / Rutvica Andrijasevic -- Creolization in discourses of global culture / Mimi Sheller.
Summary: This work examines the interdependence of mobility and belonging by considering how homes are formed in relationship to movement. It suggests that movement does not only happen when one leaves home, and that homes are not always fixed in one location. Please note that images or diagrams have been excluded from this text due to copyright restrictions.
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Introduction: Uprootings/regroundings: questions of home and migration / Sara Ahmed, Claudia Casta�eda, Anne-Marie Fortier, Mimi Sheller -- PART I. BODIES AT HOME AND AWAY -- I still call Australia home: indigenous belonging and place in a white postcolonizing society / Aileen Moreton-Robinson -- The home of language: a pedagogy of the stammer / Sneja Gunew -- 'Dis-orientalisms': displaced bodies/embodied displacements in contemporary Palestinian art / Gannit Ankori -- Taking (a) place: female embodiment and the re-grounding of community / Irene Gedalof -- PART II. FAMILY TIES -- Making home: queer migrations and motions of attachment / Anne-Marie Fortier -- Nostalgia, desire, diaspora: South Asian sexualities in motion / Gayatri Gopinath -- Global modernities and the gendered epic of the 'Irish empire' / Breda Gray -- 'They're family!': cultural geographies of relatedness in popular genealogy / Catherine Nash -- PART III. TRANS/NATIONS AND BORDER CROSSINGS -- Transporting the subject: technologies of mobility and location in an era of globalization / Caren Kaplan -- Technological frontiers and the politics of mobility in the European Union / Ginette Verstraete -- The difference borders make: (il)legality, migration and trafficking in Italy among Eastern European women in prostitution / Rutvica Andrijasevic -- Creolization in discourses of global culture / Mimi Sheller.

This work examines the interdependence of mobility and belonging by considering how homes are formed in relationship to movement. It suggests that movement does not only happen when one leaves home, and that homes are not always fixed in one location. Please note that images or diagrams have been excluded from this text due to copyright restrictions.

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