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Bolognani, Marta

Pakistan and Its Diaspora

Bolognani, Marta - Pakistan and Its Diaspora, ebook

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Table of contents

Part 1. Introduction

1. The Mirror Crack’d: Shifting Gazes and the Curse of Truths
Stephen M. Lyon, Marta Bolognani

Part 2. The Public Sphere

2. Rang de Basanti in Pakistan? Elite Student Activism, the Emergence of a Virtual Globalized Public Sphere, and the 2007 Emergency
Marta Bolognani

3. Revisiting the UK Muslim Diasporic Public Sphere at a Time of Terror: From Local (Benign) Invisible Spaces to Seditious Conspiratorial Spaces and the “Failure of Multiculturalism” Discourse
Pnina Werbner

Part 3. Kashmir

4. Across the Fence: Belongings and Representations between Pakistan and Kashmir
Paul Rollier

5. Kashmiris in Britain: A Political Project or a Social Reality?
Martin Sökefeld, Marta Bolognani

Part 4. Religious Leadership

6. Changing Religious Leadership in Contemporary Pakistan: The Case of the Red Mosque
Amélie Blom

7. The Religious Formation and Social Roles of Imams Serving the Pakistani Diaspora in the UK
Philip Lewis

Part 5. Women

8. Pakistani Women and Education: The Shifting Patterns of Ethnicity and Class
Marie Lall

9. “I Really Couldn’t Think of Being Married, Having a Family with Nothing behind Me”: Empowerment, Education, and British Pakistani Women
Jody Mellor

10. Conclusion: Being Pakistani beyond Europe and South Asia
Marta Bolognani, Stephen M. Lyon

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Regional and Cultural Studies, Social Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Sociology, general, Anthropology, Migration

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2011
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
277 pages
Category
Art, Art History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230119079
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-29351-3

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