Diaspora, Identity, and Religion: New Directions in Theory and Research

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Index

a
Abramson, H.J. 172
Adawiyya order 158
'Adi ibn Musafir 158
admission criteria 19 (Figure 1.1)
African-Americans 103 -4, 106 -7, 111 -12
Ahrens, H.J. 104
Alevi Culture Centre (AKM) 138 -9, 143 , 145 , 146 -7, 148
Alevi diaspora 133 -51
Allison, C. 161
Alte, R. 134
ancestry, and Black identity 103
Ang, Ien 42 -3, 48
Anglo-Irish people 119
anthropology: 192 -4;
diasporas as problem for
research methodology 190 -1, 192 -6
anti-Semitism 10 - 11
Antoniou, P. 77 , 83
Appadurai, Arjun 56 , 194
Armenian diaspora 72 - 89 ;
history and structures of 77 -9
Armstrong, John 93 , 94
Arnold, Rev. 38
Arrowsmith, A. 35 , 46
Asante, M.K. 108
Asia Minor 97
assimilation: 24 ;
forcible
strategies for 195 -6;
voluntary 25 ;
'white genocide' 72 , 78 , 84
associations: 138 -9, 143 ;
Alevi
Hindu Trinidadian 180 ;
Yezidi 163 -4, 165
Atamian, Mardiros 80
Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal 134 , 143 , 150
Australia 171 ;
Greek emigrants to 97

b
Barth, F. 4 , 110 , 157
Basch, L. 57
Baumann, Gerd 141
Baumann, Martin 149 , 191
Béhague, G.E. 109
belief 139
Bhabha, Homi K. 4 , 26 , 43 , 48
Bharat Ratna (journal) 190 , 195 , 199 , 200 -1
Bhattacharjee, A. 198 , 199
black identity: 102 , 105 , 108 -9;
the African diaspora
in Canada 60 , 62 ;
in United States 62 , 106 -7
Black music 102
Black nationalism 107 , 108
Blessing, P.J. 119 , 120 , 121 , 122
Blockson, C.L. 104
Boas, Franz 193
Bouma, Gary D., theory of religious settlement 171 , 173
boundaries 4
Brah, Avtar 7 , 33 , 74 , 83 , 85 , 108
brahmins 174 , 177
Brereton, B. 175
Brewster, Scott 39
Britain: 119 ;
Anglo-Irish people
first-generation Irish women immigrants in 35 , 37 , 38 - 43 ;
and Indian workers in Trinidad 174 ;
role in Great Famine 120 -1, 124 -5
Bruneau, M. 93
Budhrani, Haresh 196 , 197 , 198
Butler, Judith 43

c
Caglar, A. 108
Canada: 53 , 57 - 69 ,
'Caribbean' family movement and identity in
see also North America;
United States
cantonization see ghettoes
careers see employment
'Caribbean' family, movement and identity 53 , 57 - 69

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