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involving or operating in several nations or nationalities

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The participants were asked to bring their experiences to the table, in an effort to clarify what transnationalism might mean for American Jewish Studies, and where it might yield new approaches and insights.
At the same time, Dominican transnationalism is symptomatic of the increasing economic, technological, political, and cultural interconnectedness of global society.
The last couple of years have seen a proliferation of publications on transnationalism in the humanities and the social sciences, and also on transnational literature.
Transnationalism in film, television, and other media is at once an exciting yet complex subject to grasp.
It also examines African-descended populations in Latin America and Afro-Latin@s in the United States in order to explore questions of Black identity and representation, transnationalism, and diaspora.
If read as a whole, the concept of transnationalism emerges from the deep layers.
By approaching Oxford Street as an archive, he details the impact of colonial and post-independence processes, but also the processes of transnationalism and globalization, on urban planning and socio-cultural relations in the city of Accra.
The second section is concerned with transnationalism at an individual level and explores the link between transnationalism and female cosmopolitanism in useful ways.
Bantman situates her approach in the context of studies of transnationalism, exile, and diaspora, and she is clearly right to underline the lack of attention paid until quite recently to the importance of such issues in the historiography of French anarchism.
2 (June 2012): Special issue: "New Directions in Gender, Diversity and Organization Theorizing--Reimagining Feminist Post-colonialism, Transnationalism and Geographies of Power.
More broadly, the concept of transnationalism refers to processes that transcend the boundaries of individual nation-states, and are bound to the constraints and opportunities of their specific contexts (Guarnizo & Smith, 1998).
The emphasis of his study, based on research gathered by scholars and students over decades, encompasses this two-sided nature of Mennonite transnationalism in the twentieth century and beyond.
The book examines the various meanings of borders and frontiers in European cinema after World War II, and addresses ongoing European debates on nationalism, transnationalism, migration, and multiculturalism.
By also engaging with transnationalism, Tommy Gustafsson and Pietari Kaapa's edited collection of essays is at the forefront of critical concerns.
Andrews, Scotland), the volume's 12 chapters discuss United Nations peacekeeping missions and the failures of the "international community" to resolve the conflict; transnationalism and political violence; the role of foreign fighters; Somali piracy and international crime; the influence of US, Chinese, Japanese, and European Union policies; the overall geopolitics of the Horn of Africa; and global and local issues of identity and stability.
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