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Sikh Diaspora. Theory, Agency, and Experience

By: Hawley, Michael [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studies in the History of Religions 144. Publisher: Leiden Brill 2013Description: 417 pp 16 x 24 cm.ISBN: 9789004252608.Subject(s): Emigració i immigració -- Sikhs | Integració social -- Aspectes religiosos -- SikhismeMateria (POPIN): MIGRACIÓN | INTEGRACIÓN DE LOS INMIGRADOS | SIKHS | MULTICULTURALISMOMatèria (POPIN): MIGRACIÓ | INTEGRACIÓ DELS IMMIGRANTS | SIKHS | MULTICULTURALISMESubject (POPIN): MIGRATION | INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS | SIKHS | MULTICULTURALISMCDU: 314.74 Summary: Sikh Diaspora: Theory, Agency, and Experience is a collection of essays offering new insights into the diverse experiences of Sikhs beyond the Punjab. Moving beyond migration history and global in their scope, the essays in this volume draw from a range of methodological approaches to engage with diaspora theory, agency, space, social relations, and aesthetics. Rich in substantive content, these essays offer critical reflections on the concept of diaspora, and insight into key features of Sikh experience including memory, citizenship, political engagement, architecture, multiculturalism, gender, literature, oral history, kirtan, economics, and marriage.
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Sikh Diaspora: Theory, Agency, and Experience is a collection of essays offering new insights into the diverse experiences of Sikhs beyond the Punjab. Moving beyond migration history and global in their scope, the essays in this volume draw from a range of methodological approaches to engage with diaspora theory, agency, space, social relations, and aesthetics. Rich in substantive content, these essays offer critical reflections on the concept of diaspora, and insight into key features of Sikh experience including memory, citizenship, political engagement, architecture, multiculturalism, gender, literature, oral history, kirtan, economics, and marriage.

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