Diaspora Studies

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Singing the Land

Hebrew Music and Early Zionism in America

How song shaped American Zionism

Echoes of the Great Catastrophe

Re-Sounding Anatolian Greekness in Diaspora

A multi-sited exploration of the musical legacy of the Anatolian Greek diaspora

Of Vagabonds and Fellow Travelers

African Diaspora Literary Culture and the Cultural Cold War

Yields new insights by connecting Cold War counter-hegemonic writings in English and French by intellectuals of the African diaspora

Investing in the Homeland

Migration, Social Ties, and Foreign Firms

Diaspora-affiliated firms that invest in the homeland are more successful than other foreign firms, but are equally socially irresponsible.

Queer Roots for the Diaspora

Ghosts in the Family Tree

Uses comparative narratives to explore the dualism between marginalization and the desire for roots within a rooted identity

Other Germans

Black Germans and the Politics of Race, Gender, and Memory in the Third Reich

Tells the story, through analysis and oral history, of a nearly forgotten minority under Hitler's regime

Black Cultural Traffic

Crossroads in Global Performance and Popular Culture

Fresh takes on key questions in black performance and black popular culture, by leading artists, academics, and critics

A Colored Man Round the World

London, Paris, Constantinople, Athens, Cairo and Jerusalem in the 1850s—as seen through the eyes of a former slave

The History of Mary Prince, A West Indian Slave, Related by Herself

Revised Edition

Revised Edition

A new edition of the extraordinary autobiography of a black woman who escaped slavery in the West Indies

The Emigrants

A compelling and intricate novel of emigration and the effects of colonialism on a people

The Pleasures of Exile

An examination of the effects of colonialism on those who are held in check

In the Castle of My Skin

An autobiographical novel of race and class by one of the leading Black writers of the 20th century