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Crossing Boundaries

Ethnicity, Race, and National Belonging in a Transnational World
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ISBN-13:
9780739181317
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
324
Autor:
Brian D. Behnken
Serie:
Lexington Books
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
2 - DRM Adobe
Sprache:
Englisch
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Introduction: Hybrid National Belonging and Identity in a Transnational World
by Simon Wendt and Brian D. Behnken
Chapter 1. Politics of Belonging on a Caribbean Borderland: The Colombian Islands of San Andrés and Providence
by Sharika Crawford
Chapter 2. "To the Reconciliation of All Dominicans": The Transnational Trials of Dominican Exiles in the Trujillo Era
by Charlton Yingling
Chapter 3. Mexico's American/America's Mexican: Cross-border Flows of Nationalism and Culture between the United States and Mexico
by Brian D. Behnken
Chapter 4. Nuestro USA?: Latino/as Making Home and Reimagining Nation in the Heartland
by Marta Maria Maldonado
Chapter 5. Imperial Citizenship and the Origins of South African Nationalism
by Charles V. Reed
Chapter 6. "An African Nation in the Western Hemisphere": The New Afrikan Independence Movement and Black Transnational Revolutionary Nationalism
by Paul Karolczyk
Chapter 7. Transnational Ethnic Identities and Garinagu Political Organizations in the Diaspora
by Doris Garcia
Chapter 8. Avoiding Vagabond Nationality: The Emergence of
Ivoirité in 1990s Côte d'Ivoire
by Karen Morris
Chapter 9. Russians in Manchuria: From Imperial to National Identity in a Colonial and Semi-Colonial Space
by Frank Grüner
Chapter 10. Japan's Race War: Transnational Dimensions of the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines, 1942-1945
by David C. Earhart
Chapter 11. Creating a European Constitutional Monarchy for Afghanistan: The Transnational Dynamics of Afghanistan's Constitutional Period
by Kristina Benson
Chapter 12. "So Tired of Playing the Parts I Had to Play": Anna May Wong and German Orientalism in the Weimar Republic
by Pablo Dominguez
Chapter 13. About "Thunderstorms of History" and a Society in Crisis: Transnationalizing the Study of Ethnic Nationalism in Southeastern Europe
by Nenad Stefanov
Chapter 14. Beyond the Straight State: On the Borderlands of Sexuality, Ethnicity, and Nation in the United States and Europe
by Kevin S. Amidon

Crossing Boundaries: Ethnicity, Race, and National Belonging in a Transnational World explores ethnic and racial nationalism within a transnational and transcultural framework in the long twentieth century (late nineteenth to early twenty-first century). The contributors to this volume examine how national solidarity and identity-with their vast array of ideological, political, intellectual, social, and ethno-racial qualities-crossed juridical, territorial, and cultural boundaries to become transnational; how they altered the ethnic and racial visions of nation-states throughout the twentieth century; and how they ultimately influenced conceptions of national belonging across the globe.
Human beings live in an increasingly interconnected, transnational, global world. National economies are linked worldwide, information can be transmitted around the world in seconds, and borders are more transparent and fluid. In this process of transnational expansion, the very definition of what constitutes a nation and nationalism in many parts of the world has been expanded to include individuals from different countries, and, more importantly, members of ethno-racial communities. But crossing boundaries is not a new phenomenon. In fact, transnationalism has a long and sordid history that has not been fully appreciated. Scholars and laypeople interested in national development, ethnic nationalism, as well as world history will find
Crossing Boundaries indispensable.