Auteur Ruben Gowricharn is Full Professor of Indian diaspora studies at the VU University in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He has publis...
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Ruben Gowricharn is Full Professor of Indian diaspora studies at the VU University in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He has published extensively on diasporas, democracy, and the integration of ethnic minorities. He is also the managing director of a doctoral program for adult migrant students in the Netherlands and Suriname.
Résumé This volume examines Indian diasporic communities in various countries including the UK, Trinidad, Portugal, Netherlands, and Fiji, among others, and presents new perspectives on the shifting nature of Indian transnationalism.
Introduction: Shifts in transnational bonding Part 1 Global and local encounters
Re-reading the Banyan Tree Analogy: Everyday Life and Identity of Indian Diaspora in Britain 3. Reconfiguring Identity in a Transnational World: Indo-Trinidadians and the Construction of Indianness 4. From Nationalism to Hindutva: Bollywood and the Makings of a Hindu Diasporic Woman 5. Understanding Diaspora and Economic Development: Challenges and Opportunities Part 2 Glocalisation
Indo-American Women Redefining Religious Practices in the Diaspora 7. Mother Mary in the Hindu Pantheon among Portuguese Gujarati Families 8. The Infrastructure of glocalization Part 3 Regional transnationalism
Baithak Gáná Ke Nác: A Case of Reverse Glocalisation 10. Fijian-Indian Diaspora: Emergence, Engagement and Identity in the Transnational World 11. Idea of Homeland/s: The Hadramis of Barkas in the Persian Gulf