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BIBLIOGRAPHY: A Hand-book on Diaspora and Transnationalism

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Large scale international mobility of the people since colonial times has been one of the most important historical phenomenon in the human history. This has impacted upon the social, cultural, political and economic landscape of the entire globe.
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    BIBLIOGRAPH  Y A Hand book on Diaspora and Transnationalism   FIRST EDITION April 2013   Compiled By Monika Bisht Rakesh Ranjan Sadananda Sahoo Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism www.grfdt.org   Draft Copy for Reader’s Comments      Bibleography 1 Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism   reface Large scale international mobility of the people since colonial times has been one of the most important historical phenomenon in the human history. This has impacted upon the social, cultural, political and economic landscape of the entire globe. Though academic interest goes back little early, the phenomenon got the world wide attention as late as 1990s. We have witnessed more proactive engagement of various organizations at national and international level such as UN bodies. There was also growing research interest in the areas. Large number of institutions got engaged in research on diaspora-international migration-refugee-transnationalism. Wide range of research and publications in these areas gave a new thrust to the entire issue and hence advancing further research. The recent emphasis on diaspora’s development role further accentuated the attention of policy makers towards diaspora. The most underemphasized perhaps, the role of diaspora and transnational actors in the overall development process through capacity building, resource mobilization, knowledge sharing etc. are growing areas of development debate in national as well as international forums. There have been policy initiatives at both national and international level to engage diaspora more meaningfully since last one decade. There is a need for more wholistic understanding of the enrite phenomena to facilitate researchers and stakeholders engaged in the various issues related to diaspora and transnationalism. Similarly, we find the areas such as social, political and cultural vis a vis diaspora also attracting more interest in recent times as forces of globalization intensified in multi direction. Due to global movement of people since last few centuries most of the countries have the presence of diasporas in their land and their own diasporas spread out other countries. This has made impact on the speed and pattern of cultural exchanges. Similarly this also impacted on the political arenas influencing the home and host country politicis as well as international relations. In this global complexity we need better informed policy engagement. For this there is a need for continuous research input. Our effort in creating global database of research scholars, institutions, research events etc. are to promote better research as policy measures at local, national and global level. This bibliography compilation has been done by researchers at Global ReseArch Forum on Diaspora and Transnationbalism. This is an attempt to provide an encyclopaedic view on the works that are already published in the form of research paper, manuscripts, books etc. on the diaspora and transnationalism.    Bibleography 2 Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism   The Book contains twenty eight broad areas related to diaspora and transnationalism, often some of these bibliographies are repeated under different broad areas because of its relevance in different context. This Book on Bibliography will be revised annually as there are quite a good number of new publications in every year. We intend to make the document freely available online on GRFDT website www.grfdt.org  The major Limitations are related to access the vast bibliographic sources in diverse areas in a short time. However we plan to revise the volume from time to time and incorporate all possible new publications. It is our request to the scholars to give their valuable feedback to improve the volume so that this can help researchers. The online database for the bibliography is in the  process and will be available with search facilities within few months. We thank our GRFDT members for their valuable inputs and suggestions while compiling the Bibliography especially Dr. M. Mahaligam, Dr. Smita Tiwari, Vinod Kumar to mention a few. Monika Bisht, Rakesh Ranjan, Sadananda Sahoo    Bibleography 3 Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism   Table of ontents Table of Contents 1.   Approaches to Diaspora and Transnationalism 5   2.   Transnationalism 8   3.   Diaspora and Cinema 18   4.   Brain Drain 20   5.   Citizenship 23   6.   Community 29   6.1.   Armenians ........................................................................................................................ 29   6.2.   Christian ........................................................................................................................... 29   6.3.   Gujarati............................................................................................................................. 30   6.4.   Hindu ................................................................................................................................ 31   6.5.   Irish .................................................................................................................................. 33   6.6.   Muslim Diaspora ............................................................................................................... 33   6.7.   Palestanians ...................................................................................................................... 34   6.8.   Sikh .................................................................................................................................. 34   6.9.   Telugu ............................................................................................................................... 36   7.   Country/Region Specific Studies 40   7.1.   Africa ................................................................................................................................ 40   7.2.   Australia ........................................................................................................................... 41   7.3.   Canada.............................................................................................................................. 42   7.4.   Caribbean ......................................................................................................................... 48   7.5.   Chinese Diaspora ............................................................................................................... 61   7.6.   Fiji .................................................................................................................................... 66   7.7.   France ............................................................................................................................... 68   7.8.   Greece .............................................................................................................................. 68   7.9.   Indian Diaspora ................................................................................................................. 68      Bibleography 4 Global Research Forum on Diaspora and Transnationalism   7.10.   Indonesia ...................................................................................................................... 72   7.11.   Irish ............................................................................................................................... 73   7.12.   Israel ............................................................................................................................. 74   7.13.   Japan ............................................................................................................................ 74   7.14.   Lebanon ........................................................................................................................ 74   7.15.   Malaysia ........................................................................................................................ 74   7.16.   Mauritius ...................................................................................................................... 76   7.17.   Middle East ................................................................................................................... 78   7.18.   Nepal ............................................................................................................................ 78   7.19.   New Zealand ................................................................................................................. 79   7.20.   South Africa................................................................................................................... 79   7.21.   Sri Lanka........................................................................................................................ 83   7.22.   Sudan ............................................................................................................................ 83   7.23.   Thailand ........................................................................................................................ 84   7.24.   Tibet ............................................................................................................................. 84   7.25.   Turkey ........................................................................................................................... 87   7.26.   Uganda.......................................................................................................................... 87   7.27.   United Kingdom ............................................................................................................ 88   7.28.   United States ................................................................................................................. 91   7.29.   Vietnam ........................................................................................................................ 95   7.29 ............................................................................................................................................. 95   8.   Culture 96   9.   Development 108   10.   Diaspora and Globalization 110   11.   Digital Diaspora 115   12.   Ethnicity 116   13.   Hybridity and Diaspora 118   14.   Identity and Diaspora 119   15.   Immigration 120  
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