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Veranstaltungsart Seminar Veranstaltungsnummer 51719
Semester WiSe 2017/18 SWS 2
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Suerbaum, Magdalena , M.A.
Studiengänge
Abschluss Studiengang LP Semester
Master of Arts  Europäische Ethnologie Hauptfach ( POVersion: 2008 )   -  
Master of Arts  Europäische Ethnologie Hauptfach ( Vertiefung: kein LA; POVersion: 2014 )   -  
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Philosophische Fakultät, Institut für Europäische Ethnologie
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This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the various issues related to migration, displacement and transnationalism including literature in anthropology, migration studies, gender studies and refugee studies. The literature that will be discussed in this course attempts to reconceptualise the world beyond the boundaries of the nation-state. The course encourages students to examine concepts, such as diaspora, transnationalism and ‘refugee’ from a critical perspective. The course aims to ground students in theoretical understanding of the literature and will introduce ethnographies mostly from the Middle East, the African continent and Latin America.

 

Literatur

Ahmed, S. (1999) Home and Away. Narratives of Migration and Estrangement. International Journal of Cultural Studies. 2 (3), 329–347.

Al-Ali, N. & Koser, K. Transnationalism, international migration and home. In: Al-Ali, N. & Koser, K. (eds.) New Approaches to Migration: Transnational Communities and the Transformation of Home. London & New York: Routledge, pp. 1-14.

Anderson, B. (2010) Mobilising Migrants, Making Citizens: migrant domestic workers as political agents. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 33 (1). 60 – 74.

Anderson, B. (1992) Long Distance Nationalism: World Capitalism and the Rise of Identity Politics. Amsterdam: Centre for South Asian Studies, University of Amsterdam, The Werthem Lecture.

Appadurai, A. (1996) Introduction. In: Modernity at Large: cultural dimensions of globalization. Minneapolis & London: University of Minnesota Press.

Axel, B. (2002) The Diasporic Imaginary. Public Culture. 14 (2), 411-428.

Baldassar, L, & Merla, L. (2013) Locating Transnational Care Circulation in Migration and Family Studies. In: Transnational Families, Migration and the circulation of Care. London. Routledge.

Bauman, M. (2004) A Diachronic View of Diaspora: the Significance of Religion and Hindu Trinidadians. In: Kokot, W. et al. (eds.) Diaspora, Identity and Religion: New Directions in Theory and Research. London: Routledge, pp. 170-189.

Brah, A. (1996) Diaspora, border and transnational identities. Cartographies of diaspora: contesting identities. London, New York: Routledge, pp. 178-210.

Castles, S. (2010) Understanding Global Migration: social transformation perspective. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 36, (10), 1565-1568.

Clifford, J. (1997) On Diasporas. In: Routes: Travel and Translation in the Late twentieth Century. Cambrdige, Mass. & London: Harvard University Press.

Colson, E. (2003) Forced migration and the anthropological response. Journal of Refugee Studies. 16(1), 1-18.

De Genova, N. (2013) Spectacles of migrant ‘illegality’: the scene of exclusion, the obscene of inclusion. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 36. (7), 1180-1198.

De Genova, N. (2002). Migrant Illegality and Deportability in Everyday Life. Annual Review of Anthropology. 31, 419–447.

Ellis, P. & Khan, Z. (1998) Diasporic mobilisation and the Kashmir issue in British Politics. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 24 (3), 471-488.

Gaibazzi, P. (2012) Home as Transit: Would-Be Migrants and Immobility in Gambia. In: Streiff-Fenart, J. & Segatti, A. (eds.) The Challenge of the Threshold: Border Closures and Migration Movements in Africa. Plymouth: Lexington Books.

Gilroy, P. (1993) The Black Atlantic as a counter-culture of modernity. In: The Black Atlantic: modernity and double consciousness. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, pp. 1-40.

Glick Schiller, N., Basch, L. & Szanton Blanc, C. (1999) Terrains of blood and nation: Haitian transnational social fields. Ethnic and Racial Studies. 22 (2), 340-366.

Glick Schiller, N., Basch, L. & Szanton Blanc, C. (1995) From Immigrant to Transmigrant: Theorizing Transnational Migration. Anthropological Quarterly. 68 (1), 48-63.

Gorashi, H. (2004) How dual is Transnational Identity? A debate on Dual Positioning of Diaspora Organizations. Culture and Organization. 10 (4), 329-340.

Gonzales, R. G. (2011) Learning to Be Illegal: Undocumented Youth and Shifting Legal Contexts in the Transition to Adulthood. American Sociological Review. 76 (4), 602–619.

Gupta, A. & Ferguson, J. (1997) Beyond Culture: Space Identity and the Politics of Difference. In Gupta, A. & Ferguson, J. (eds.) Culture, Power, Place: explorations in critical anthropology. Durham & London: Duke University Press, pp. 33 - 51.

Haddad, E. (2008) The refugee: the individual between sovereigns. Global Society. 17 (3), 297-332.

Hall, S. (1993) Cultural Identity and Diaspora. In: Williams, P. & Chrisman, L. (eds.) Colonial Discourse and Postcolonial Theory. Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, pp. 392-403.

Hasselberg, I. (2016) Enduring Uncertainty: Deportation, Punishment and Everyday Life. New York: Berghahn Books.

Hondagneu-Sotelo, P. & Avila, E. (1997) ‘I'm Here, but I'm There’: The Meanings of Latina Transnational Motherhood. Gender and Society. 11(5), 548-57.

Kaiser, T. (2006) Between a camp and a hard place: rights, livelihood and experiences of the local settlement system for long-term refugees in Uganda. Journal of Modern African Studies. 44 (4), 597-621

Kapoor, I. (2002) Culture, Agency: dependency theory v postcolonial theory. Third World Quarterly. 23, (4), 647-664.

Levitt, P. (2001), Between God, Ethnicity, And Country: An Approach To The Study of Transnational Religion. Paper presented at Workshop on “Transnational Migration: Comparative Perspectives”. June 30-July 1, 2001, Princeton University.

Longva, A. (1999) Keeping Migrant Workers in Check: The Kafala System in the Gulf. Middle East Report. 211, 20-22.

Luke, C. (2003) Glocal mobilities: Crafting identities in interracial families. International Journal of Cultural studies. 6 (4), 379-401

Mahler, S. & Pessar, P. (2006) Gender Matters: Ethnographers Bring Gender from the Periphery toward the Core of Migration Studies. International Migration Review. 40 (1), 27 – 63.

Malkki, L. (1992) National Geographic: The Rooting of Peoples and the Territorialization of National Identity among Scholars and Refugees. Cultural Anthropology. 7(1), 22-44.

Manalansan, M. (2006) Queer Intersections: Sexuality and Gender in Migration Studies. Intrnational Migration Review. 40 (1), 224-249.

Mintz, S. (1998) The Localization of Anthropological Practice: from area studies to transnationalism. Critique of Anthropology. 18 (2), 117-133.

Osella, C, & Osella, F. (2000) Migration, Money and Masculinity in Kerala. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 6, 115-131.

Parreñas, R. (2008) Transnational fathering: Gendered conflicts, distant disciplining and emotional gaps. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 34 (7),1057-1072.

Said, E. (1990) Reflections on Exile. In: Ferguson, R., Gewer, M., Minh-Ha, T. & West, C. (eds.) Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Culture. New York: New Museum of Contemporary Art, pp. 357–66.

Salih, R. (2013) From Bare Lives to Political Agents: Palestinian Refugees as Avant-Garde. Refugee Survey Quarterly. 32 (2), 66-91.

Salih, R. (2004) The Backward and the New: National, Transnational and Post-National Islam in Europe. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 30 (5), 995 — 1011.

Salih, R. (2003) Constructing self and home between Italy and Morocco. Gender in Transnationalism: Home, Longing and Belonging among Moroccan Migrant Women. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 53-80.

Salt, J. (2000) Trafficking and Smuggling: A European Perspective. International Migration. 38 (3), 31-56.

Streiff-Fenart, J. (2012) The Manufacture of Transit: Border Control, Urban Trends, and Migrant Trajectories in Nouadhibou (Mauritania). In: Streiff-Fenart, J. and Segatti, A. (eds.) The Challenge of the Threshold: Border Closures and Migration Movements in Africa. Plymouth: Lexington Books.

Turner, S. (1999) Angry Young Men in Camps: Gender, Age and Class Relations among Burundian Refugees in Tanzania. New issues in refugee research, Vol. 9. Geneva: UNHCR.

Van Hear, N. (2006) “I Went as Far as My Money Would Take Me”: Conflict, Forced Migration and Class. In: Crepeau, F. et al. (eds.) Forced Migration and Global Processes: A View from Forced Migration Studies. Oxford: Lexington Books, pp. 125-158.

Vertovec, S. (2001) Transnationalism and identity. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 27 (4), 573-582.

Werbner, P. (2002) The place which is diaspora: citizenship, religion and gender in the making of chaordic transnationalism. Journal Of Ethnic & Migration Studies. 28 (1), 119-133

Yuval-Davis, N. & Stoetzler, M. (2002) Imagined Boundaries and Borders: A Gendered Gaze. European Journal of Women's Studies. 9, 329-344.

Zetter, R. (1999) Labelling Refugees: Forming and Transforming a Bureaucratic Identity. Journal of Refugee Studies. 4 (1), 39-62.

 

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