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移民史・移民問題、少数民族、人種問題

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Trousson, Raymond / Vercruysse, Jeroom (dir.), Dictionnaire general de Voltaire. (Champion classiques, references et dictionnaires 18) 1272 p. 2020:10 (Champion, FR) <670-9>
ISBN 978-2-38096-016-7 paper ¥7,064.- (税込) EUR 38.00

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Cvornyek, Robert / Stark, Douglas (eds.), Boston's Black Athletes: Identity, Performance, and Activism. (Sport, Identity, and Culture) 314 pp. 2024:7 (Lexington Books, US) <722-982>
ISBN 978-1-66690-904-3 hard ¥25,872.- (税込) US$ 120.00

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J.マグワイア他編 スポーツと移民ハンドブック
Maguire, Joseph / Liston, Katie / Falcous, Mark (eds.), Handbook on Sport and Migration. 352 pp. 2024:9 (E. Elgar, UK) <722-989>
ISBN 978-1-78990-940-1 hard ¥52,877.- (税込) GB£ 190.00

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Becker, Matthias J. / Troschke, Hagen et al. (eds.), Decoding Antisemitism: A Guide to Identifying Antisemitism Online. (Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse) 316 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-995>
ISBN 978-3-031-49237-2 hard ¥11,711.- (税込) EUR 49.99

This Open Access book is the first comprehensive guide to identifying antisemitism online, in both its explicit and implicit forms. Developed through years of on-the-ground analysis of tens of thousands of authentic web comments the book maps out and deconstructs, with concrete examples, more than 45 key antisemitic concepts. The guide was assembled by researchers working on the Decoding Antisemitism project at the Centre for Research on Antisemitism at Technische Universitaet Berlin, building on and extending existing definitions of antisemitism, and drawing on expertise in the fields of conceptual history, antisemitism studies, linguistics, discourse and image studies, and social media studies. Using authentic examples taken from social media discussions over the past five years, it develops a pioneering step-by-step approach to identifying and categorising antisemitic content, providing guidance on how to recognise a statement as antisemitic or not. It shows how to establish whichantisemitic concept a statement expresses, and the linguistic or visual means by which it is communicated. This book will be an invaluable tool for researchers, students, practitioners in education, police, justice, NGOs and politics, and social media moderators to learn to recognise contemporary antisemitism in all its breadth and diversity. It also establishes a framework which can be adapted by those working on other hate ideologies, including misogyny, racism, and homophobia.

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Zhiying, Gao, Research on the Ethnic Relationship and Ethnic Culture Changes in the West of the Tibetan-Yi Corridor. 350 pp. 2024:1 (P. Lang, SZ) <722-785>
ISBN 978-1-4331-8008-8 hard ¥28,556.- (税込) SFR 118.00

As the first inter-disciplinary study of ethnic relationship and cultural changes in the westernmost section of the Tibetan-Yi Corridor, this book brings together a broad range of analyses from the anthropological, historical, and frontier studies perspectives. The author builds on a synthesis of Fei Xiaotong’s Tibetan-Yi corridor theory and Wang Mingming’s cultural theory and to present a rich historical narrative of the dynamic interactions among the Lisu, Nu, Dulong, Naxi, Bai, Tibetan and Pumi ethnic groups in this region from the Tang Dynasty to the Republic of China period. In addition to a vast body of existing literature, the study also draws on extensive fieldwork. Its findings not only enhance our knowledge of the historical development of particular ethnic groups in a specific region but also have implications for how we should understand the development of the Chinese nation as a whole.

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Goularas, Goekce Bayindir / Turkan Ipek, I. Z. et al. (eds.), Migration, Identity and Politics in Turkey from the Ottoman Empire to Today. 176 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-826>
ISBN 978-1-66695-632-0 hard ¥22,638.- (税込) US$ 105.00

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Rashid, Kamau, Jacob H. Carruthers and the Restoration of an African Worldview: Finding Our Way Through the Desert. (Critical Africana Studies) 164 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-876>
ISBN 978-1-79360-850-5 hard ¥22,638.- (税込) US$ 105.00

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Usuanlele, Uyilawa, Diasporas and Ethnic Identities in Africa: The Edo ne Ekue Among the Northeast Yoruba, 1485-1995. 222 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-882>
ISBN 978-1-66694-331-3 hard ¥22,638.- (税込) US$ 105.00

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Coleman, Daniel Igbin'bi, Refusals and Reinventions: Engendering New Indigenous and Black Life Across the Americas. 186 pp. 2024:3 (Ohio State U. Pr., US) <722-887>
ISBN 978-0-8142-1564-7 hard ¥21,549.- (税込) US$ 99.95
ISBN 978-0-8142-5904-7 paper ¥6,457.- (税込) US$ 29.95

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Boiarsky, Carolyn R., Lead Babies and Poisoned Housing: Environmental Injustice, Systemic Racism, and Governmental Failure. 380 pp. 2024:9 (Purdue U. Pr., US) <722-899>
ISBN 978-1-61249-947-5 hard ¥7,112.- (税込) US$ 32.99

Drawing on historic sources as well as present-day interviews, Lead Babies and Poisoned Housing is a story about systemic racism, environmental injustice, and the failure of government.In 2016, 1,100 mainly minority residents of a low-income housing complex in East Chicago, Indiana, received a letter from the city forcibly evicting them from their homes because a high level of lead was found in the soil under their houses. The residents were given two months to move. Many could not find safe housing nearby. The site was designated by the Environmental Protection Agency as a Superfund site because of the large amount of toxic material on it. More than 1,300 similar sites are located throughout the United States. Over 70 million people live within three miles of one of these sites.Five years later, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General charged three federal agencies-EPA, HUD, CDC-with causing the lead poisoning of children living in the complex. The EPA, responsible for the cleanup, had been aware of the situation for 35 years. The director of the local housing authority admitted to building the complex over a demolished lead smelter. When health issues arose, the housing authority blamed the residents' sanitary habits rather than its own failure to maintain the structures. The Center for Disease Control's testing of blood lead levels was revealed to be faulty. In short, the very agencies that were supposed to protect these people instead neglected, ignored, and blamed them.But this isn't just a story of victimization; it is also about empowerment and community members insisting their voices be heard. Lead Babies and Poisoned Housing records the human side of what happens when the industries responsible for polluting leave, but the residents remain. Those residents tell their stories in their own words-not just what happened to them, but how they acted in response. We should listen, not only for justice, but as a cautionary tale against repeated history.

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Caselli, Marco / Duerrschmidt, Joerg / Eade, John (eds.), Migrants' (Im)mobilities in Three European Urban Contexts: Global Pandemic and Beyond. (Europe in a Global Context) 226 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-932>
ISBN 978-3-031-53772-1 hard ¥30,455.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book analyses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on three ethnic minorities in three European cities: Bangladeshi in London, Turks in Stuttgart and Peruvians in Milan. Considerable debate has emerged during the pandemic concerning its impact on minorities, and although considerable quantitative data has been generated by epidemiologists, qualitative studies also have great relevance, socially and culturally as well as institutionally. While in normal circumstances the position of migrant communities is associated with unequal access to scarce resources such as wealth, power and social prestige, the coronavirus pandemic shifted the focus to more specific variables: living in segmented or overcrowded conditions, working in jobs with higher risk exposure, difficulties with online schooling, and lack of access to health care and information.The book will therefore be of interest to researchers and students of sociology, anthropology, global studies, migration and urban studies.

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フランスにおけるマイノリティの市民のモラルとマナー
Dazey, Margot, Respectable Muslims: Morals and Manners of Minority Citizens in France. (Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics) 250 pp. 2024:9 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-964>
ISBN 978-1-00-953572-4 hard ¥23,655.- (税込) GB£ 85.00
ISBN 978-1-00-953573-1 paper ¥8,345.- (税込) GB£ 29.99

How do Muslims deal with the ever-increasing pressure to assimilate into European societies? Respectable Muslims tells the story of pious citizens who struggle for fair treatment and dignity through good manners and social upliftment. Based on an ethnographic inquiry into France's most prominent Muslim organization, the Union des organisations islamiques de France, the book shows how a non-confrontational approach underpins the fast-expanding Islamic revival movement in Europe. This method is mapped into Islamic notions of proper conduct, such as ihsan (excellence) or ?abr (patience). These practices of exemplariness also reflect the often-overlooked class divisions separating Muslim communities, with middle-class leaders seeking to curb the so-called 'conspicuous' practices of lower-class worshippers. Chapters demonstrate that the insistence on good behavior comes with costs, both individually and collectively. Respectable Muslims expands on the concept of respectability politics to engage in a trans-Atlantic conversation on the role of class and morals in minority politics.

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Benjamin, Lois, Ascension: The Sociology of an African American Family's Generational Journey. 192 pp. 2024:3 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) <722-976>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7866-5 hard ¥21,344.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-1-4696-7867-2 paper ¥5,379.- (税込) US$ 24.95

In this masterful work of family-focused sociology, Lois Benjamin considers the lives of Pennie and Roscoe James and their children, revealing how a large, close-knit African American family with humble origins in a small town of North Carolina is shaped by the contours of its religious and ethical value system. Despite the challenges of daily experiences, the James elders transmitted values to their children that provided them with the resources to thrive and the resilience to meet adversity. The James children recount their personal, unique perspectives on how faith, familial solidarity, and savvy entrepreneurship led to their continued generational success. Benjamin uses a blend of ethnographic and qualitative methods to place the James's experiences in broader historical context. In doing so, she shows that the family's values of compassion, empathy, and communitarian and enterprising spirit offer hope in this polarized society.

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Robinson, Kathryn, Marriage Migration, Intercultural Families and Global Intimacies. 126 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-977>
ISBN 978-981-9990-32-0 hard ¥9,368.- (税込) EUR 39.99

This book brings an innovative study of marriage migration in Australia, offering new insights into issues of intimacy and authenticity online. In doing so, it delivers on five main objectives: exploring emotional attachment and personal life in global spaces; interrogating stereotypes and their pervasive influence on personal relations; analysing attitudes and social practice within the institution of marriage; investigating immigration policy, marriage, and citizens' rights; theorizing gender and class relations in the current global order. The analysis moves between 'online' and 'offline' social relations and processes, with comparative data enabling a critical framing of the data on marriage relationships developed online. This important contribution places contemporary forms of transcultural marriage and marriage brokering in a historical context of 'marriage' in the 'Anglosphere' tradition, and in particular historical forms of marriage migration in settler colonial and now multicultural Australia-including histories of colonial era 'bride ships' and post WW2 'proxy brides' from southern Europe.

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Share, Michelle / Bobek, Alicja (eds.), Polish Families in Ireland: A Life Course Perspective. 311 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-978>
ISBN 978-3-031-54633-4 hard ¥30,455.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This volume explores the family formation and life course of Polish people in Ireland, who make up the largest immigrant group in Ireland. Chapters address key dimensions of the life course in three parts focusing on childhood and youth, adulthood and parenting, and mid-life and futures. Contributions investigate the experiences of children and youth attending school and understanding their identities, the changing nature of families and family support, how families might engage with welfare institutions, and more. Through the life course approach, the book moves beyond the paradigm of studying the Polish population as economic migrants and instead analyzes and illustrates the lives of Polish families living in Ireland since EU enlargement.

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Jimenez, Monica A., Making Never-Never Land: Race and Law in the Creation of Puerto Rico. (Latinx Histories) 190 pp. 2024:6 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) <722-412>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7844-3 hard ¥21,344.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-1-4696-7845-0 paper ¥5,379.- (税込) US$ 24.95

Puerto Rico has been an "unincorporated territory" of the United States for over a century. For much of that time, the archipelago has been mostly invisible to US residents and neglected by the government. Recently, a series of crises, from outsized debt to climate fueled disasters, have led to massive protests and brought Puerto Rico greater visibility. Monica A. Jimenez argues that to fully understand how and why Puerto Rico finds itself in this current moment of precarity, we must look to a larger history of US settler colonialism and racial exclusion in law. The federal policies and jurisprudence that created Puerto Rico exist within a larger pantheon of exclusionary, race-based laws and policies that have carved out "states of exception" for racial undesirables: Native Americans, African Americans, and the inhabitants of the insular territories. This legal regime has allowed the federal government plenary or complete power over these groups. Jimenez brings these histories together to demonstrate that despite Puerto Rico's unique position as a twenty-first-century colony, its path to that place was not exceptional.

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Abu-Laban, Yasmeen / Frishkopf, Michael et al. (eds.), Resisting the Dehumanization of Refugees. 490 pp. 2024:4 (Athabasca U. Pr., CN) <722-465>
ISBN 978-1-77199-410-1 paper ¥9,475.- (税込) US$ 43.95

Refugees face distinct challenges and are often subject to dehumanization by politicians, media, and the public. In this context, Resisting the Dehumanization of Refugees provides urgent insights and policy-relevant perspectives to improve refugees' social well-being and integration. Taking a transdisciplinary approach, scholars from the social sciences, arts, and humanities, alongside practitioners and refugees, explore what it means to experience dehumanization. They consider how refugees' experiences of dehumanization inform both epistemological and practical approaches to humanizing (or re-humanizing) refugees before, during, and after resettlement. By addressing these important issues, contributors marshall rich and multidimensional responses that draw upon our shared humanity and reveal new possibilities for change.

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庇護と難民政策研究ハンドブック
Freedman, Jane / Santana de Andrade, Glenda (eds.), Research Handbook on Asylum and Refugee Policy. (Elgar Handbooks in Migration) 400 pp. 2024:9 (E. Elgar, UK) <722-468>
ISBN 978-1-80220-458-2 hard ¥55,660.- (税込) GB£ 200.00

Providing a comprehensive multidisciplinary analysis of key issues in the field, this topical Research Handbook explores asylum and migration policy in a global context. Bringing together a diverse collection of experts, Jane Freedman and Glenda Santana de Andrade outline national, regional and international responses to refugees and forced migration.The Research Handbook examines how asylum and refugee policies have evolved since the 1951 Refugee Convention, and why gaps remain in protection. Chapters cover historical approaches and geopolitical contexts, explore key regional issues such as the Common European Asylum System, and consider thematic questions surrounding securitisation, violence and resistance, and intersectionality. This forward thinking Research Handbook concludes with an analysis of new and emerging issues which will be vital for the future of asylum and refugee policy, including how to protect climate change refugees and the impact of pandemics.Interdisciplinary in scope, this Research Handbook is invaluable for students and scholars of human rights, migration, development studies, and politics and policy, alongside asylum and refugee policymakers.

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Hill, Annie, Trafficking Rhetoric: Race, Migration, and the Making of Modern-Day Slavery. (New Directions in Rhetoric and Materiality) 154 pp. 2024:5 (Ohio State U. Pr., US) <722-509>
ISBN 978-0-8142-1558-6 hard ¥21,549.- (税込) US$ 99.95
ISBN 978-0-8142-5909-2 paper ¥7,103.- (税込) US$ 32.95

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Just, Thomas, Combating Antisemitism in Germany and Poland: Strategies Since 1990. 175 pp. 2024:3 (Lynne Rienner, US) <722-632>
ISBN 978-1-68585-999-2 hard ¥21,128.- (税込) US$ 98.00

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Curwood, Anastasia C., Shirley Chisholm: Champion of Black Feminist Power Politics. 472 pp. 2023:1 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) * paper 2024:4 <722-640>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7117-8 hard ¥7,761.- (税込) US$ 36.00
ISBN 978-1-4696-8315-7 paper ¥5,174.- (税込) US$ 24.00

Shaking up New York and national politics by becoming the first African American congresswoman and, later, the first Black major-party presidential candidate, Shirley Chisholm left an indelible mark as an "unbought and unbossed" firebrand and a leader in politics for meaningful change. After spending her formative years between Barbados and Brooklyn, Chisholm's political orientation and power did not follow the standard narratives of the civil rights or feminist establishments. Rather, Chisholm arrived at her Black feminism on her own path, making signature contributions to U.S. politics as an inventor and practitioner of Black feminist power-the vantage point centering Black girls and women in the movement that sought to transform political power into a broadly democratic force.Anastasia C. Curwood interweaves Chisholm's public image, political commitments, and private experiences to create a definitive account of a consequential life. In so doing, Curwood suggests new truths for understanding the social movements of Chisholm's time and the opportunities she forged for herself through multicultural, multigenerational, and cross-gender coalition building.

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R.マンク他編 移民と開発ハンドブック
Delgado Wise, Raul / Likic-Brboric, B. / Munck, R. et al. (eds.), Handbook on Migration and Development: A Counter-hegemonic Perspective. (Elgar Handbooks in Migration) 400 pp. 2024:8 (E. Elgar, UK) <722-196>
ISBN 978-1-78990-712-4 hard ¥55,660.- (税込) GB£ 200.00

This Handbook presents a comprehensive overview of the interaction between migration and development from a range of critical and counter-hegemonic perspectives. Exploring the strengths and weaknesses of existing practices connected with the migration and development nexus, contributing authors provide a clear understanding of their complex dynamics. Divided into three thematic sections, the Handbook opens with a range of cutting-edge theoretical insights and methodologies that seek to establish the current state of the art. Following this, chapter authors use exploitation and dispossession as overarching concepts to frame key aspects of migration and development from a labour and class perspective. The Handbook then looks ahead, considering the opportunities and dilemmas illustrated by the various initiatives aimed at framing a multi-level governance regime for migration and development across the globe. The Handbook on Migration and Development is an invaluable resource for students, academics and researchers in migration, development studies, sociology and social policy. Bringing together a wide range of underrepresented voices, this Handbook is also of benefit to policymakers working in international migration.

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雇用のトランスナショナル化の一例としてのEUにおける労働者の移動性
Krings, Torben, Labour Mobility in the European Union as an Example of the Transnationalization of Employment. 147 pp. 2024:5 (Springer, GW) <722-231>
ISBN 978-3-658-43976-7 paper ¥17,569.- (税込) EUR 74.99

This book examines the changing significance of intra-European labor mobility in the 21st century. The focus is on the driving forces, the labor market effects and the regulation of this mobility. It is shown that there is a demand for workers with different qualifications in the "post-industrial" societies of Western Europe. This demand is primarily met by migration from the enlarged EU. However, this is no longer traditional labor migration, but the mobility of EU citizens. This brings with it new opportunities, but also challenges in a transnational mobility space, which is also a space of inequality.

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移民と雇用研究ハンドブック
Meardi, Guglielmo (ed.), Research Handbook on Migration and Employment. (Elgar Handbooks in Migration) 400 pp. 2024:7 (E. Elgar, UK) <722-254>
ISBN 978-1-83910-723-8 hard ¥55,660.- (税込) GB£ 200.00

This insightful Research Handbook presents a comprehensive overview of the core issues concerning the integration of migration and employment studies, highlighting the interdisciplinary and global perspectives required to understand the complexity of labour migration.Guglielmo Meardi enhances often fragmented migration and employment research by bringing together a range of multidisciplinary authors including demographers, geographers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and labour lawyers across the Global South and North. Contributing authors explore labour market trends, discuss regional and sectoral perspectives, and analyse the most important actors, politics and regulations in the field of migration and employment. Chapters cover key issues such as supply and demand, diversity management, trade unions and migrant workers in the care sector.Providing statistical analysis, literature reviews, conceptual theory and practical policy, this book is a vital resource for students, researchers and academics specialising in migration, labour studies, development studies, politics and public and social policy, and sociology. It is also beneficial to policymakers and think tank professionals focusing on the international mobility of workers.

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Thi Hong Yen, Nguyen / Toan Thang, Nguyen et al. (eds.), Ensuring the Rights of Migrant Workers: Views from Origin Countries in Asia. 324 pp. 2024:6 (Lexington Books, US) <722-259>
ISBN 978-1-66694-037-4 hard ¥28,028.- (税込) US$ 130.00

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Crosta, Suzanne / Niang, Sada / Tcheuyap, Alexie (eds.), Francophone African Women Documentary Filmmakers: Beyond Representation. (Studies in the Cinema of the Black Diaspora) 208 pp. 2023 (Indiana U. Pr., US) <722-1011>
ISBN 978-0-253-06652-7 hard ¥17,248.- (税込) US$ 80.00 *
ISBN 978-0-253-06653-4 paper ¥8,624.- (税込) US$ 40.00 *

Francophone African Women Documentary Filmmakers is groundbreaking edited collection which explores the contributions of Francophone African women to the field of documentary filmmaking. Rich in its scope and critical vision it constitutes a timely contribution to cutting-edge scholarly debates on African cinemas. Featuring 10 chapters from prominent film scholars, it explores the distinctive documentary work and contributions of Francophone African women filmmakers since the 1960s. It focuses documentaries by North African and Sub-Saharan women filmmakers, including the pioneering work of Safi Faye in Kaddu Beykat, Rama Thiaw's The Revolution Will Not be Televised, Katy Lena Ndiaye's Le Cercle des noyes and En attendant les hommes, Dalila Ennadre's Fama: Heroism Without Glory and Leila Kitani's Nos lieux interdits. Shunned from costly fictional- 35mm-filmmaking, Francophone African Women Documentary Filmmakers examines how these women engaged and experimented with documentary filmmaking in personal, evocative ways that countered the officially sanctioned, nationalist practice of show and teach/promote.

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Leurs, Koen / Ponzanesi, Sandra (eds.), Doing Digital Migration Studies: Theories and Practices of the Everyday. (Media, Culture and Communication in Migrant Societies) 388 pp. 2024:2 (Amsterdam U. Pr., NE) <722-1022>
ISBN 978-94-6372-577-4 hard ¥35,622.- (税込) GB£ 128.00

Doing Digital Migration present a comprehensive entry point to the variety of theoretical debates, methodological interventions, political discussions and ethical debates around migrant forms of belonging as articulated through digital practices. Digital technologies impact upon everyday migrant lives, while vice versa migrants play a key role in technological developments - be it when negotiating the communicative affordances of platforms and devices, as consumers of particular commercial services such as sending remittances, as platform gig workers or test cases for new advanced surveillance technologies. With its international scope, this anthology invites scholars to pluralize understandings of 'the migrant' and 'the digital'. The anthology is organized in five different sections: Creative Practices; Digital Diasporas and Placemaking; Affect and Belonging; Visuality and digital media and Datafication, Infrastructuring, and Securitization. These sections are dedicated to emerging key topics and debates in digital migration studies, and sections are each introduced by international experts.

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ジェンダー化されたイスラームフォビア・ハンドブック
Easat-Daas, Amina / Zempi, Irene (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Gendered Islamophobia. 486 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-105>
ISBN 978-3-031-52021-1 hard ¥42,170.- (税込) EUR 179.99

Against a backdrop of continually growing global Islamophobia, this handbook provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary overview of the key issues, theories, debates, and developments in gendered Islamophobia, unpacking how Western, Orientalist constructions of Muslim men and women affect the lived experiences of Muslim men and women; impact social, legal, and criminological policies, practices, and discourse; and give rise to resistance against gendered Islamophobia. Drawing on theories from philosophy, sociology, gender studies, psychology and criminology, sections examine the interdisciplinary theoretical dimensions of gendered Islamophobia; illustrate the dynamics of gendered Islamophobia through the use of case examples in the UK, Europe, North America, Australasia, the Middle East, and South Asia. This handbook will be valuable reading for scholars, researchers, and policymakers around the globe in Gender Studies, Sociology, Criminology, Politics, and Law, whofocus on the intersections of gender and Islamopobia, and the impact on Muslim men and women respectively.

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Rhodes, Jane, Mary Ann Shadd Cary: The Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century. New ed. 320 pp. 2023:9 (Indiana U. Pr., US) <722-1063>
ISBN 978-0-253-06795-1 paper ¥7,546.- (税込) US$ 35.00

Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a courageous and outspoken nineteenth-century African American who used the press and public speaking to fight slavery and oppression in the United States and Canada. Part of the small free black elite who used their education and limited freedoms to fight for the end of slavery and racial oppression, Shadd Cary is best known as the first African American woman to publish and edit a newspaper in North America. But her importance does not stop there. She was an active participant in many of the social and political movements that influenced nineteenth century abolition, black emigration and nationalism, women's rights, and temperance. Mary Ann Shadd Cary: The Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century explores her remarkable life and offers a window on the free black experience, emergent black nationalisms, African American gender ideologies, and the formation of a black public sphere. This new edition contains a new epilogue and new photographs.

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Strassfeld, Ben, Indecent Detroit: Race, Sex, and Censorship in the Motor City. 344 pp. 2023:12 (Indiana U. Pr., US) <722-1065>
ISBN 978-0-253-06783-8 hard ¥19,404.- (税込) US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-0-253-06784-5 paper ¥8,192.- (税込) US$ 38.00

While Detroit has been a major focus in urban history, little has been written on censorship in the very city that-due to shifting legalities, the urban crisis, and racial tensions-profoundly shaped media suppression in the United States. By examining censorship in film and literature, Indecent Detroit recounts the evolution of media control from the end of WWII through the 1970s, when the US saw a major change in the legal mechanisms used to censor media due to court rulings that curtailed censorship laws. Ben Strassfeld reveals how Detroit altered its censorial tactics and rhetoric from an obscenity-based system of censorship centered in the Detroit Police Department to a regulatory model based in zoning law that was then expanded nationwide. This shift was connected to broader social and political trends, including the sexual revolution, that led the public to increasingly turn against censorship. A must-read for film and media scholars, Indecent Detroit highlights how one Midwest city's ordinance was imitated across the country after it was upheld by the US Supreme Court, making this more than a local curiosity but also an influential model for the cultural, political, and moral control of urban space through media regulation.

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Dennison, Jean, Vital Relations: How the Osage Nation Moves Indigenous Nationhood into the Future. (Critical Indigeneities) 256 pp. 2024:4 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) <722-1072>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7696-8 hard ¥21,344.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-1-4696-7697-5 paper ¥6,457.- (税込) US$ 29.95

Relationality is a core principle of Indigenous studies, yet there is relatively little work that assesses what building relations looks like in practice, especially in the messy context of Native nations' governance. Focusing on the unique history and context of Osage nation building efforts, this insightful ethnography provides a deeper vision of the struggles Native nation leaders are currently facing. Exploring the Osage philosophy of moving to a new country as a framework for relational governance, Jean Dennison shows that for the Osage, nation building is an ongoing process of reworking colonial constraints to serve the nation's own ends. As Dennison argues, Osage officials have undertaken deliberate changes to strengthen Osage relations to their language, self-governance, health, and land-core needs for a people to thrive now and into the future. Scholars and future Indigenous leaders can learn from the Osage Nation's past challenges, strategies, and ongoing commitments to better enact the difficult work of Indigenous nation building.

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Archakis, Argiris / Tsakona, Villy (eds.), Exploring the Ambivalence of Liquid Racism: In between antiracist and racist discourse. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 341) 294 pp. 2024:2 (J. Benjamins, NE) <722-1078>
ISBN 978-90-272-1453-9 hard ¥25,773.- (税込) EUR 110.00

The ongoing migration 'crisis' in European countries (2015 to date) has fostered different stances and practices within European nation-states, ranging from xenophobia to solidarity. In this context, two contradictory discourses seem to coexist: the national racist discourse and the humanitarian, antiracist one. This volume brings together studies investigating diverse semiotic strategies through which liquid racism emerges, which consists of ambiguities and contradictory interpretations due to the fact that racist views infiltrate discourse intended as antiracist. The volume includes critical and pragmatic analyses of texts coming from various sources, such as news articles, parliamentary discourse, political cartoons, video clips, advertising campaigns based on personal stories, and jokes. It is an outcome of the research project "TRACE: Tracing Racism in Anti-raCist discoursE: A critical approach to European public speech on the migrant and refugee crisis" (HFRI-FM17-42, HFRI 2019-2022, Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation).

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Beer, Mathias / Radu, Sorin (Hrsg.), Migration und kulturelles Erbe: Das Beispiel der deutschen Minderheiten in und aus Rumaenien. (Schnittstellen 27) 382 S. 2023:12 (Vandenhoeck, GW) <722-1080>
ISBN 978-3-525-30241-5 hard ¥11,715.- (税込) EUR 50.00

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Blaettel-Mink, Birgit / Noack, Torsten et al. (eds.), Refuge: Social Science Debates. 200 pp. 2024:6 (Springer, GW) <722-1082>
ISBN 978-3-658-42340-7 paper ¥18,740.- (税込) EUR 79.99

The welcome culture of 2015 in Germany has, not least due to the (re)definition of safe countries of origin, turned into a deportation policy. How can this change in policy be understood and is it also accompanied by a change of attitude among the population? Which reasons for and which reasons against the admission of refugees are cited in social debates? This volume brings together analyses of the social discourse on dealing with refugees, questions of labour market integration and the practice of counselling refugees. Alongside academic analyses are reflective contributions from the practice of migration policy.With contributions by Olaf Struck.- David Stiller.- Helge Doering and Sebastian Kurtenbach.- Ann-Christine Lill, Janis Schneider and Sam Schneider.- Kirsten Hoesch. - Kathrin Weis.- Theresa Koehler and Kerstin Ettl.- Doris Beer.- Andre Pohlmann.- Katharina Resch, Gertraud Kremsner, Michelle Proyer, Camilla Pellech, Regina Studener-Kuras and Gottfried Biewe.The editors: Prof. Dr. Birgit Blaettel-Mink is Professor of Sociology with a focus on industrial and organizational sociology at the Goethe University in Frankfurt/Main. Torsten Noack, M.A. Sociology, Head of the School for Work Education of the International Federation Stuttgart. Prof. Dr. Corinna Onnen is university professor for general sociology at the University of Vechta. Dr. Katrin Spaete works at the Institute for Sociology at the University of Muenster. Apl. Prof. Dr. Rita Stein-Redent works at the University of Vechta.

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Breman, Jan, Colonialism, Capitalism and Racism: A Postcolonial Chronicle of Dutch and Belgian Practice. Tr. by A. Brown. 432 pp. 2024:3 (Amsterdam U. Pr., NE) <722-1084>
ISBN 978-90-485-5991-6 hard ¥38,127.- (税込) GB£ 137.00

For a long time, Europe's colonizing powers justified their urge for expansion with the conviction that they were 'bringing civilization to territories where civilization was lacking.' This doctrine of white superiority and indigenous inferiority was accompanied by a boundless exploitation of local labor. Under colonial rule, the ideology that later became known as neoliberalism was free to subject labor to a capitalism tainted by racialized policies. This political economy has now become dominant in the Western world, too, and has reversed the trend towards equality. In Colonialism, Capitalism and Racism, Jan Breman shows how racial favoritism is no longer contained to 'faraway, indigenous peoples,' but has become a source of polarization within Western societies as well.

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多文化のイギリス-人民の歴史
Connell, Kieran, Multicultural Britain: A People's History. 428 pp. 2024:8 (Hurst, UK) <722-1087>
ISBN 978-1-911723-51-6 hard ¥6,957.- (税込) GB£ 25.00

Between the end of the Second World War and the first decades of the twenty-first century, Britain became multicultural. This book tells the remarkable story of how that came about. Kieran Connell, an historian of Irish and German heritage who grew up in Balsall Heath, inner- city Birmingham, takes readers into multicultural communities across Britain at key moments in their development. He also shines a light on the shifting nature of British racism, revealing the day-to-day effects it had-and still has-on ethnic minority groups. Journeying far beyond London, Multicultural Britain delves into the messy contradictions at the heart of a country's transition into the diverse society we know today. It highlights the vital role of ordinary people in the making of multicultural Britain, and takes aim at public leaders, from Enoch Powell to Harold Wilson to Margaret Thatcher, who have too often legitimised racism for their own political ends. In post-Brexit Britain, between Black Lives Matter and anxieties around immigration, how communities and individuals live together remains one of the most urgent issues of our time. Connell offers a fresh perspective on British multiculturalism as a rich and complex lived reality-not simply as a problematic idea.

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Dakhli, Leyla / Laborier, Pascale / Wolff, Frank (eds.), Academics in a Century of Displacement: The Global History and Politics of Protecting Endangered Scholars. (Migrationsgesellschaften) 387 pp. 2024:4 (Springer VS, GW) <722-1091>
ISBN 978-3-658-43539-4 paper ¥23,426.- (税込) EUR 99.99

'Endangered scholars' is a recently highly relevant, yet historical notion. Embedded in the greater history of the 20th and 21st centuries, it captures the phenomenon of scholars who, after years of intellectual work and integration in their societies of origin, are forced to seek rescue in foreign host societies. The pressing urgency of the topic thus has an important historical background. From escaping Russian intellectuals after 1917 to the protection of Jewish refugees during World War II, Algerian intellectuals in contemporary history, or persecuted academics from Turkey today: Over the course of about a century, categories of inclusion, transnational relations, and forms of agency of scholars at risk remained surprisingly stable (and hence diachronously and synchronously comparable) while they also adjusted flexibly to contemporary conditions. This collective volume carves out this historical development and its recent expressions. It brings together researchers in a vivid yet largely unconnected field of migration and refugee studies. By developing a complex image of the origin of the global history and politics of protecting endangered scholars from the early 20th century until today, the book contributes to research on academics in exile as a part of refugee research, migration studies, the history of higher education, and the contemporary history of societies. The interdisciplinary volume explores the phenomenon as a historical, political and legal subject, brings together scholars of forced migration and intellectual studies, and includes currently affected scholars into those reflections.

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Davis, Sharde M. (ed.), Being Black in the Ivory: Truth-Telling about Racism in Higher Education. 312 pp. 2024:2 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) <722-1092>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7825-2 hard ¥21,344.- (税込) US$ 99.00
ISBN 978-1-4696-7826-9 paper ¥5,605.- (税込) US$ 26.00

When Sharde M. Davis turned to social media during the summer of racial reckoning in 2020, she meant only to share how racism against Black people affects her personally. But her hashtag, BlackintheIvory, went viral, fostering a flood of Black scholars sharing similar stories. Soon the posts were being quoted during summer institutes and workshops on social justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. And in fall 2020, faculty assigned the tweets as material for course curriculum.This curated collection of original personal narratives from Black scholars across the country seeks to continue the conversation that started with BlackintheIvory. Put together, the stories reveal how racism eats its way through higher education, how academia systemically ejects Black scholars in overt and covert ways, and how academic institutions-and their individual members-might make lasting change. While anti-Black racism in academia is a behemoth with many entry points to the conversation, this book marshals a diverse group of Black voices to bring to light what for too long has been hidden in the shadow of the ivory tower.

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Dickens, Danielle / Stephens, Dionne, Psychology of Black Womanhood. 704 pp. 2024:6 (Rowman & Littlefield, US) <722-1096>
ISBN 978-1-5381-6279-8 hard ¥22,638.- (税込) US$ 105.00
ISBN 978-1-5381-6280-4 paper ¥10,564.- (税込) US$ 49.00

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Ferdous, Jannatul, Gendered Migrations: Navigating Challenges and Opportunities for Development. (International Perspectives on Migration) 138 pp. 2024:3 (Springer, GW) <722-1098>
ISBN 978-981-9704-43-9 hard ¥25,769.- (税込) EUR 109.99

This book delves into the multifaceted interplay between gender, migration, and development. It challenges conventional theories by sharing the unique experiences of migrants, particularly women, and their profound impact on development in the global South. It contributes significantly to the theory of intersectionality, which illuminates how various forms of oppression and privilege intertwine to shape individuals' experiences. It ventures beyond traditional boundaries, recognizing migration and development as transnational processes that transcend singular actors and spaces. It highlights the interconnectedness of people, cultures, and economies across national borders, unraveling the complex tapestry of migration and development. It provides invaluable feminist perspectives, illuminating pathways toward inclusivity and equity in development. Through its nuanced analysis, this book paves the way for a more inclusive, equitable, and empowering future for individuals and communities. It is a valuable resource for policymakers, practitioners, and scholars seeking to promote social justice and gender equality in migration and development contexts.

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Glass, Pepper, Misplacing Ogden, Utah: Race, Class, Immigration, and the Construction of Urban Reputations. 288 pp. 2024:3 (U. Utah Pr., US) <722-1100>
ISBN 978-1-64769-154-7 paper ¥6,468.- (税込) US$ 30.00

How do we draw the lines between "good" and "bad" neighborhoods? How do we know "ghettos"? This book questions the widely held assumption that divisions between urban areas are reflections of varying amounts of crime, deprivation, and other social, cultural, and economic problems. Using Ogden, Utah, as a case study, Pepper Glass argues that urban reputations are "moral frontiers" that uphold and create divides between who is a good and respectable-or a bad and vilified-member of a community. Ogden, a working-class city with a history of racial and immigrant diversity, has long held a reputation among Utahns as a "sin city" in the middle of an entrenched religious culture. Glass blends ethnographic research with historical accounts, census reports, and other secondary sources to provide insight into Ogden's reputation, past and present. Capturing residents' perceptions of an entire city, as opposed to only some of its neighborhoods, and exploring the regional contexts shaping these views, is rare among urban researchers. Glass's unique approach suggests we can better confront urban problems by rethinking assumptions about place and promoting interventions that break down boundaries.

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Hamel, Anne-Christine, Die Deutsche Jugend des Ostens: Interessenpolitik junger Vertriebener im Spannungsfeld von Heimat, kultureller Identitaet und Integration. (Jugendbewegung und Jugendkulturen 21) 1008 S. 2023:12 (V & R unipress, GW) <722-1102>
ISBN 978-3-8471-1655-4 hard ¥32,802.- (税込) EUR 140.00

Sowohl im Erleben von Flucht und Vertreibung als auch mit Blick auf ihren Integrationsprozess nach 1945 unterschieden sich die jungen Vertrieben von den Angehoerigen der aelteren Generationen massgeblich. Aber auch in sich entsprach die Vertriebenenjugend keineswegs jenem ≫blassen≪, homogenen und assimilierten Gebilde, wie es innerhalb der Forschungslandschaft lange gezeichnet worden war. Vielmehr vermittelt die Auseinandersetzung mit den sozialen, kulturellen und heimatpolitischen Zielsetzungen der Deutschen Jugend des Ostens einen Einblick in die Lebenswelt all jener Angehoeriger der jungen Vertriebenengeneration, bei denen sich die genannten Erfahrungen zum Katalysator einer aktiven Kultur- und Interessenpolitik entwickelten, mit der sie lautstark ihren Platz in der deutschen Nachkriegsgeschichte einforderten. As one of the defining factors for the generation of German expellees and their descendants, the history pf the DJO offers unique and more nuanced perspectives on their migration process. In regard to integration, cultural and political endeavors, the “Deutsche Jugend des Ostens” (DJO) developed extensive concepts to claim its space within post-war Germany. Reaching out to young sympathizers, the DJO fostered the acquisition of cultural, social, and economic capital among the displaced youth. Over the course of its history, the organization’s internal decisions, negotiations, and directives have been vividly reflecting the ties and tensions between the parent generation’s values on the one hand and the search for autonomous identity and societal change among the displaced youth on the other.

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Hamlin, Francoise N. / McKinney, Charles W., Jr. (eds.), From Rights to Lives: The Evolution of the Black Freedom Struggle. (Black Lives and Liberation) 288 pp. 2024:3 (Vanderbilt U. Pr., US) <722-1103>
ISBN 978-0-8265-0666-5 hard ¥21,549.- (税込) US$ 99.95
ISBN 978-0-8265-0665-8 paper ¥7,535.- (税込) US$ 34.95

Broadly speaking, the traditionally conceptualized mid-twentieth century Civil Rights Movement and the newer #BlackLivesMatter Movement possess some similar qualities. They both represent dynamic, complex moments of possibility and progress. They also share mass-based movement activities, policy/legislative advocacy, grass-roots organizing, and targeted media campaigns. Innovation, growth, and dissension-core aspects of movement work-mark them both. Crucially, these moments also engender aggressive, repressive, multi-level responses to these assertions of Black Humanity.Rights and Lives critically engages the dynamic relationship between these two moments of liberatory possibility on the Black Freedom Struggle timeline. McKinney and Hamlin invite the contributors to take up what we can learn when we place these moments of struggle in dialogue with each other. They grapple with how our understanding of the postwar moment shapes our analysis of #BLM and wherein lie the discontinuities, in order to glean lessons for future moments of insurgency.

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Harling, Philip, Managing Mobility: The British Imperial State and Global Migration, 1840-1860. (Modern British Histories) 289 pp. 2024:9 (Cambridge U. Pr., UK) <722-1104>
ISBN 978-1-108-83392-9 hard ¥23,655.- (税込) GB£ 85.00

Between 1840 and 1860 the British Empire expanded rapidly in scale, with rampant annexation of territory and ruthless suppression of rebellion. These decades also witnessed an unprecedented movement of people across the Empire and around the world, with over 2.6 million emigrants leaving Britain in the 1850s alone. Managing Mobility examines how the British imperial state facilitated the mass migration of its impoverished subjects as labor assets, shipped across vast expanses of ocean to contribute to the economy of the Empire. Philip Harling analyzes the ideological framework which underpinned these interventions and discusses the journeys taken by emigrants across four continents, considering the varied outcomes of these significant projects of social engineering. In doing so, this study demonstrates how the British imperial state harnessed migration to ensure and maintain a racialised global economic order in the decades after Emancipation.

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Hensby, Alexander / Adewumi, Barbara (eds.), Race, Capital, and Equity in Higher Education: Challenging Differential Academic Attainment in UK Universities. (Palgrave Studies in Race, Inequality and Social Justice in Education) 204 pp. 2024:5 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-1105>
ISBN 978-3-031-51616-0 hard ¥30,455.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book examines the structural and cultural factors that explain the persistence of an attainment gap between white and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students in UK universities. So-called 'deficit' approaches have long represented the orthodoxy in higher education strategy-making, yet they overlook the structural and institutional factors that reproduce attainment gaps. Whereas students already in possession of the right 'academic capital' are made to feel validated and empowered in their learning, BAME students - particularly those from working class backgrounds - may feel marginalised by dominant hierarchical cultures on campus.This book provides an important and unique contribution to the study of racial equity in higher education. Its chapters provide a breadth and depth of analyses which help explain the roots of the attainment gap, while offering reflections and commentaries on the necessary steps that universities must take in order to ensure equityfor students from all backgrounds.

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Hobson, Maurice J. / Cole, Eddie R. / Harper, Jim C. et al., With Faith in God and Heart and Mind: A History of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. 376 pp. 2024:6 (U. North Carolina Pr., US) <722-1107>
ISBN 978-1-4696-7319-6 hard ¥6,457.- (税込) US$ 29.95

When Edgar A. Love, Oscar J. Cooper, Frank Coleman, and Ernest Everett Just founded the historically Black fraternity Omega Psi Phi on November 7, 1911, at Howard University, they could not have known how great of an impact their organization would have on American life. Over the 110 years that followed, its members led colleges and universities; served in prominent military roles; made innumerable contributions to education, civic society, science, and medicine; and at least one campaigned for the US presidency. This book offers a comprehensive, authoritative history of the fraternity, emphasizing its vital role through multiple eras of the Black freedom struggle. The authors address both the individual work of its membership, which has included such figures as Carter G. Woodson, Bayard Rustin, Roy Wilkins, James L. Farmer Jr., Benjamin Elijah Mays, James Clyburn, Jesse Jackson, and Benjamin Crump, and the collective efforts of the fraternity's leadership to encourage its general membership to contribute to the struggle in concrete ways over the years. The result is a book that uniquely connects the 1910s with the present, showing the ongoing power of a Black fraternal organization to channel its members toward social reform.

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Kalc, Aleksej / Milharcic Hladnik, Mirjam et al., Daring Dreams of the Future: Slovenian Mass Migrations 1870-1945. (Thought, Society, Culture. Slovenian and South Eastern European Perspectives 5) 460 pp. 2024:2 (P. Lang, SZ) <722-1110>
ISBN 978-3-631-89897-0 hard ¥22,506.- (税込) SFR 93.00

In the second half of the 19th and the first half of the 20th century, nearly one-third of the population of today's Slovenia permanently settled in countries around the world. Many more were traveling back and forth, searching for work to ensure the survival of the family members left behind at home and the prosperity for the families and communities they were creating abroad. From one of the smallest nations in Europe, barely reaching one and a half million inhabitants at the time, people departed in numbers reaching 440,000. This book tells their stories about the "daring dreams of the future," as the Slovenian poet Oton Zupanc?ic?-whose words open the book-so beautifully put it. The people who left took recipes for their foods, accordions for their music, and love for their culture and language, which was, and has remained, a linguistic island between Vienna and Venice. In their new communities, they built homes, churches, and cultural institutions that have survived until today.

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Krueger, Maximilian, Careful Interventions: On Care and Participation in Design for Migration and Arrival. 235 pp. 2024:5 (Springer Gabler, GW) <722-1112>
ISBN 978-3-658-44008-4 paper ¥23,426.- (税込) EUR 99.99

In 2015 and 2016 more than a million people sought refuge from conflict and hardships in Germany. While the response was ambivalent, across the country large networks of supporters formed, offering various kinds of assistance to the arriving persons. This book takes these developments as a starting point. It reports on an HCI project, building on the emancipatory traditions of Participatory Design and the Socio-Informatics approach, aiming to develop assistive technologies for forced migrants as well as their supporters. It focusses on the design process and reflects on the nature of intervening through participatory design in matters of migration and arrival. The work draws on feminist conceptualisations of care and outlines how care and participation interacted in this context to support the longterm maintenance of the design results, but also how care relations between the different participant groups undermined the democratic aims of participation. It draws out preliminary lessonsfor an interventionist HCI practice.

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Mahn, Churnjeet / Dasgupta, Rohit K. / Ritu, DJ, Desi Queers: LGBTQ+ South Asians and Cultural Belonging in Britain. 280 pp. 2024:11 (Hurst, UK) <722-1115>
ISBN 978-1-911723-64-6 paper ¥5,006.- (税込) GB£ 17.99

Desi Queers reveals how diasporic South Asians have shaped LGBTQ+ movements and communities in Britain, from the 1970s to the present day. Weaving the history of 1980s anti-racism with the emergence of Black LGBTQ+ and feminist coalitions, this book highlights landmark moments in British queer life and culture through South Asian lives, and illuminates British histories of colour through queer politics and creativity. From the Gay Black Group to Haringey Council's pioneering Lesbian and Gay Unit, desi queers were at the centre of anti-homophobic direct action in the 1980s, including the historic 'Smash the Backlash' demo against bigotry. This activism birthed key grassroots groups of the 1980s and 1990s, such as Shakti and Naz, whose founders and early members opened a path of creative resistance to the intersecting violence of racism and homophobia--a path of solidarity echoing through the twenty-first century. These spaces and networks have been a refuge for people doubly marginalised in Britain--by experiences of homophobia within South Asian communities, and by the whiteness of mainstream queer scenes. Drawing on artistic creations, archives and oral history, Desi Queers celebrates rich traditions of social and cultural activism alongside stories of everyday life among Britain's LGBTQ+ South Asians.

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スコットランド国家と欧州移民 1885~1939年
McBride, Terence, The Scottish State and European Migrants, 1885-1939: Managing Foreignness. (Palgrave Studies in Migration History) 207 pp. 2024:3 (Palgrave Macmillan, UK) <722-1116>
ISBN 978-3-031-45421-9 hard ¥30,455.- (税込) EUR 129.99

This book examines the efforts of the government in Scotland to manage the increase of migrants travelling to Britain at the end of the nineteenth century. Focussing on the period between 1885 and 1914, the book explores how the Scottish machinery of government handled the administration of 'foreigners.' The author uses a comparative, thematic approach to analyse migrant experiences, identities, and relationships with state institutions. Drawing from state records held by the National Records of Scotland in Edinburgh, the book argues that Scottish officials in semi-autonomous boards began to recognise, describe and enumerate the presence of the 'foreigner' in the early twentieth century, framing their handling of foreignness in accordance with the Aliens Act of 1905. The author goes on to explain that institutions operating in Scotland developed a distinctly Scottish approach to alien matters, which continued up until the Second Word War. Therefore, an increasing number of importantdecisions affecting migrants were taken by a distinctly Scottish machinery of government, impacting on how Scottish officials understood foreignness, and how those identified as foreigners understood their identity in relation to Scottishness. Contributing significantly to current heated debates on migration and identity amongst researchers and the general public in Europe and beyond, this book provides essential insights into the ways in which a 'sub-state' began to develop practices, processes and attitudes towards migration which were not always in line with that of the central government.

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Michalczyk, Andrzej / Skrabania, David (Hrsg.), Migrationsgeschichte Oberschlesiens: Von 1800 bis zur Gegenwart. (FOKUS 16) 550 S. 2024:4 (Schoeningh, GW) <722-1118>
ISBN 978-3-506-79460-4 hard ¥20,852.- (税込) EUR 89.00

Oberschlesien ist seit langem einer der Hotspots der Migrationsgeschichte: Deutlich mehr als die Haelfte der heutigen Bevoelkerung lebt dort erst in der zweiten oder dritten Generation. Andererseits haben viele aus der Region stammende Familien in West- und Mitteleuropa sowie in Nord- und Suedamerika ihre Heimat gefunden. Da Oberschlesien aussergewoehnlich stark von migrierenden, mobilen Menschen gepraegt wurde und wird, laesst sich durch das Prisma des Themas Migration auch die Geschichte der Region selbst in neuen, vielfaeltigen Facetten darstellen. In diesem Buch richtet sich dabei die Aufmerksamkeit in erster Linie auf die handelnden Menschen, die trotz oftmals fehlender Bildungsmoeglichkeiten, Armut und beschraenktem politischen Einfluss ihren Weg suchten. Die Migrationsbewegungen, die von Oberschlesien ausgingen und nach Oberschlesien zurueckfuehrten, liessen transnationale Raeume entstehen und praegten einen dynamischem Wandel unterworfenen deutsch-polnischen Grenzraum.

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