Table of contents for Transnational South Asians : the making of a neo-diaspora / edited by Susan Koshy and R. Radhakrishnan.
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1. Introduction, Susan Koshy
Part I: Social Networks, Cultural Practices, and the Processes of Settlement
2. Slaves, Servants, and Sugar Barons in Mauritius: Diversity and Transformation in a Historical South Asian Diaspora, Marina Carter
3. Taz?a Fiji! The Place of Potentiality, Sudesh Mishra
Part II: Religion, Displacement, and Belonging
4. Islamophobia and Muslim Recognition in Britain,, Steven Vertovec
5. South Asian Assertiveness in Britain, Tariq Modood
6 Kerala, South India. Camilla and Filippo Osellas Part III: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and the Politics of Location
7. Dougla Logics: Miscegenation and the National Imaginary in Trinidad, Viranjini Munasinghe
8. Roomful of Asha: Gendered Productions of Ethnicity in Britain's 'Asian
Underground' Falu Bakrania
9. Coming Out of the Almirah: South Asian Americans Struggle with Coming out in a Gay America that Looks Nothing Like Them, Sandip Roy
Part IV: Labour Regimes and Trans-ethnic Histories of Diaspora
10. The Skin of Pearls: Remembering and Forgetting in Diaspora Narratives, Suvendrini Perera
11. Braceros and Techno-Bracers: Guest Workers in the United States and the
Commodification of Low Wage and High Wage Labour Sharmila Rudrappa
Part V: Long-distance Patriotism: Host Countries, Homelands, and Diasporas
12. The Sri Lankan Tamil Diaspora: Warmongers or Peacebuilders, Camila Orjuela and Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah
13. Bollywood, USA: Diasporas, Nations, and the State of Cinema, Jigna Desai
Notes on Contributors
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
South Asians -- Foreign countries.
South Asians -- Ethnic identity.
South Asia -- Emigration and immigration.
South Asian diaspora.