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Migration and Diaspora

This is a group for discussing and exchanging ideas related to the theoretical and ethnographic study of migration and diaspora across all disciplines.

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Latest Activity: Oct 26, 2016

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Migration within South America 3 Replies

Started by Rafael Lasevitz. Last reply by Mateus Amoedo Zani Jul 12, 2011.

research project on African Youth Diaspora in Lisbon (help)

Started by Devitofrancesco Alessandra Jan 16, 2011.

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Comment by Michael Findlay on August 17, 2010 at 7:33am
Hello everyone.

Migration and Diaspora as a topic is one of my passions. Being Australian and Australia being such a young nation 99.9% of us are immigrants or have immigrants in our family line. Also with the current election process, read scare campaign, going on immigration is a very hot and sensitive topic here with everyone having an opinion but many people are to scared to say what they feel.

My other interest in migration and diaspora is historical. A good example of this is the migrations of the Keltic, Germanic and Mongol peoples just to name a few throughout history. The effects these people have on our modern world will probably never be fully realised but nonetheless they did have an effect.

I look forward to some interesting reading.
Cheers.
Michael.
Comment by eleni sideri on August 12, 2010 at 9:57am
HI Maria,

I am working with the Greek-speaking communities in Georgia and Abkhazia.. I interviewed some political refugees in Kazakstan and a couple in Skopje
nice to hear about your work
Comment by maria kokkinou on August 9, 2010 at 8:46pm
hi every boby, my name is Maria and i am working to the greek political immigrants in Bulgarie the fifties
Hope to enjoy the group
greating
maria
Comment by Kathryn S. March on November 18, 2009 at 5:31pm
Currently working on the outmigration into wage labor from a Tamang community in Nepal and its effects on domestic economies and gendered subjectivities.
 

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