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Art, Culture, and Politics in Contemporary Europe
This book explores the concept of »postmigration« by analyzing artistic, literary, and cultural developments in different contemporary European societies.
Telling, Looking, Protesting, Redressing
Drawing on historical and contemporary examples of refugee routes, this book shows that invisibility can be countered by looking, silence by telling, extirpation by surviving, inequity by redressing, and uprooting by re-rooting.
Julia M. Eckert (ed.)The Bureaucratic Production of Difference
Ethos and Ethics in Migration Administrations
Incisive ethnographies of migration administrations in Europe suggest a novel approach to understanding bureaucratic practice.
»Sicher in Kreuzberg«
Constructing Diasporas: Turkish Hip-Hop Youth in Berlin
This book examines the construction and articulation of diasporic cultural identity among the Turkish working-class youth in Kreuzberg (Little Istanbul), Berlin. This work primarily suggests that the contemporary diasporic consciousness is built on two antithetical axes: particularism and universalism. The presence of this dichotomy derives from the unresolved historical dialogues that the diasporic youths experience between continuity and disruption, essence and positionality, tradition and translation, homogeneity and difference, past and future, 'here' and 'there', 'roots' and 'routes', and local and global.