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LARGE GRANT PUBLICATIONS

Professor Joya Chatterji
Professor Philip Crang
Professor Andrew Dewdney
Dr Hella Eckardt
Dr Katy Gardner
Dr Marie Gillespie
Professor Anthony Good
Professor Caroline Humphrey
Professor Russell King
Professor Ulrike Meinhof
Professor Ruth Pearson
Dr James Procter
Dr Rosemary Sales
Professor Pnina Werbner

 

THE BENGAL DIASPORA: BENGALI SETTLERS IN SOUTH ASIA AND BRITAIN
Professor Joya Chatterji

Books

(With Claire Alexander and Annu Jalais), The Bengali Muslim Diaspora: Migration,
Displacement and Settlement in Bangladesh, India and Britain.

Online learning resource:

http://www.banglastories.org/

Journal Articles

Claire Alexander, 'Making Bengali Brick Lane: claiming and contesting space in East London' The British Journal of Sociology 2011 Volume 62 Issue 2

‘Migration myths and the mechanics of assimilation.  Two community histories from Bengal’, Studies in theHumanities and the Social Sciences, (2010)

Joya Chatterji, ‘New directions in Partition Studies’, History Workshop Journal (March 2009)

Joya Chatterji, ‘The day of partition’, Khath: The South Asian Herald, (December 2007)


FASHIONING DIASPORA SPACE: TEXTILES, PATTERN AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE BETWEEN BRITAIN AND SOUTH ASIA, 1850s - 1880s, 1980s - 2000
Professor Philip Crang

Book

Christopher Breward, Philip Crang and Rosemary Crill Eds, 'British Asian Style: Fashion Textiles/Past and Present' V & A Publishing, ISBN: 978 1851 761 191
http://www.rhul.ac.uk/aboutus/newsandevents/news/newsarticles/asianfashionbook.aspx

Journal Articles

Driver, F and Ashmore, S (2010) 'The Mobile Museum: Collecting and Circulating Indian Textiles in Victorian Britain' in Victorian Studies, Vol 2 No 3, Spring 2010

Crang, P and Ashmore, S: "The transnational spaces of things: South Asian textiles in Brotain and the Grammar of Ornament" in European Review of History - Revue Europeene d'Histoire, Vol 16, No 5, October 2009, 655-678

Ashmore S (2008) ‘Owen Jones and the V&A Collections’, V&A Online Research Journal, Vol. 1 Issue 1

Other Outputs

Scalway H (2008) ‘What kind of migrant are you?’, The Centre for Drawing Project Space – Notes' (The Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London)

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TATE ENCOUNTERS: BRITISHNESS AND VISUAL CULTURE
Professor Andrew Dewdney

Book

Dewdney, A, Walsh, V, Dibosa, D: Tate Encounters: Britishness and Visual Culture, 2011

You can read about other project publications here: http://www.tate.org.uk/research/tateresearch/majorprojects/tate-encounters/editions.shtm

 

A LONG WAY FROM HOME: DIASPORA COMMUNITIES IN ROMAN BRITAIN
Dr Hella Eckardt

Journal Articles

Chenery C, Müldner G, Evans J, Eckardt H, Leach S & Lewis M. 2010. Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK. Journal of Archaeological Science 37, 150-163.

Leach S, Eckardt H, Chenery C, Müldner G & Lewis M 2010. A 'lady' of York: migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman York. Antiquity 84, 131-145.

Lewis, M 2010. Life and death in a civitas capital: Metabolic disease and trauma in the children from late Roman Dorchester, Dorset. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Available on-line. DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.21239

Chenery C, Muldner G, Evans J, Eckardt H, Lewis M: Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK in Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (2010), 150-163

Eckardt H, Booth P, Chenery C, Müldner G, Evans J A & Lamb A 2009. Oxygen and strontium isotope evidence for mobility in Roman Winchester. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2816-2825.

Leach S, Lewis M, Chenery C, Eckardt H & Müldner G: Migration and diversity in Roman Britain: a multidisciplinary approach to immigrants in Roman York, England. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140: 546-561 2009.

HOME AND AWAY: EXPERIENCES AND REPRESENTATIONS OF TRANSNATIONAL SOUTH ASIAN CHILDREN
Dr Katy Gardner

Mand, K: "I've got two houses, one in Bangladesh, one in London. Everybody has!" Home, locality and belonging(s) in the east End', in Childhood 17 (2) 2010, 273-287.

Mand, K: "Transnational Sikh women's working lives: place and the life course", in Jakobsh, D (ed) Women in Sikhism: An Exploration. New Delhi: Oxford University, 2010

Mand, K: "Marriage and migration through the life course: experiences of widowhood, separation and divorce amongst transnational Sikh women", in Palriwala, R and Uberoi, P (eds) Marriage Migration and Gender. New Delhi: Sage, 2008.

Mand, K: "'Who Cares? "External", "Internal" and "Mediator" Debates about South Asian Elders' Needs", in Grillo, R (ed) The Family in Question. Immigrant and Ethnic Minorities in Multicultural Europe. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam, pp. 187-202, 2008

TUNING IN: DIASPORIC CONTACT ZONES AT BBC WORLD SERVICE
Dr Marie Gillespie

Books

Skuse, A. Gillespie, M., Gossiping for Change: Dramatising 'Blood Debt' in Afghanistan. In: Skuse, A., Gillespie, M., and Power, G. eds., 2010 (in press). Drama for Development: Cultural Translation and Social Change. New Delhi: Sage India. Ch.13

Woodward, K (2009)  Embodied Sporting Practices: Regulating Bodies: Bodies,
Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan ISBN-13:  978–0–230–21805–5

Woodward, K and Goldblatt, D.(2008) This Sporting Planet, Milton Keynes, Open University ISBN 978 0 7492 1639 9

Journal Articles

Gillespie M, Pinkerton A, Baumann G and Thiranagama S: 'Introduction: South Asian diasporas and the BBC World Service: contacts, conflicts and contestations' and
Gillespie M, Herbert D, Anderson M, 'The Mumbai attacks and diasporic nationalism: BBC World Service online forums as conflict, contact and comfort zones' in South Asian Diaspora, Special Issue: South Asian Diaspora and the BBC World Service: Contacts, Conflicts and Contestations Vol 2 Issue 1 March 2010

Gillespie, M, (2009 in press) ‘“Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere”: Digital Diasporas and the BBC World Service’ , Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism’, Vol. 10, No. 3.

Gillespie, M, Baumann,G, Webb, A (eds) (2008) ‘BBC World Service Service, 1932-2007: Cultural Exchange and Public Diplomacy’, Special Issue of Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol. 28, No. 4.

Gillespie, M, Webb, A, Baumann, G (2008) ‘Introduction: Broadcasting Britishness, Strategic Challenges and the Ecology of Overseas Broadcasting by the BBC’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, Vol. 28, No. 4, pp.453-458.

Woodward, K (2008)    ‘Hanging Out and Hanging About: insider and outsider research in the sport of boxing’ Ethnography, Special Issue, Vol 9 No 4 ISSN 1466-1381

Online articles

Gillespie M, Webb A, Baumann G (2010) 'Broadcasting Britishness, Strategic Challenges and the Ecology of Overseas Broadcasting by the BBC in Historical Journal of Film, Raido and Television online publication date 27 July 2010 (http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title-content=t713423939)

Toynbee J and Vis F (2010) 'Word Music at the BBC World Service, 1942-2008: Public Diplomacy, Cosmopolitanism, Contradiction' in Media, Culture and Society 32:547 (http://mcs.sagepub.com/content/32/4/547)

Woodward, K (2007)    ‘The Voice of the BBC World Service: Sport and Impartiality'
www.open.ac.uk/socialsciences/diasporas

Working papers

Diasporic Contact Zones at the BBC World Service Gerd Baumann and Marie Gillespie (PDF document, 95 KB)
Diasporic Citizenships, Cosmopolitanisms, and the Paradox of Mediated Objectivity: An Interdisciplinary Study of the BBC World Service - Gerd Baumann and Marie Gillespie (PDF document, 93 KB)Generation-Specific Media Practices: Perceptions of the Validity of the BBC WS Turkish News Programme - Arnd-Michael Nohl (PDF document, 180 KB).
The Empire Service: the voice, the discourse of the master and ventriloquism - Andrew Hill (PDF document, 139 KB).
Working paper on Cultural Diplomacy and The British Council - not for citation or publication. - Vron Ware (PDF document, 87 KB).
British Fair Play: Sport Across Diasporas at the BBCWS - Kath Woodward, David Goldblatt and James Wyllie (PDF document, 204KB).

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THE CONVERSION OF ASYLUM APPLICANTS' NARRATIVES INTO LEGAL DISCOURSES IN THE UK AND FRANCE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROBLEMS OF CULTURAL TRANSLATION
Professor Anthony Good

Good, Anthony:The Taking And Making Of Asylum Claims: Credibility Assessments In The British Asylum Courts:
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BLACK SEA CURRENTS: MIGRATION AND COSMOPOLITAN DYNAMICS IN TWO POST-IMPERIAL CITIES, ODESSA AND ISTANBUL
Professor Caroline Humphrey

Chapters in Edited Collections

Vera Skvirskaja. 2009 ‘ “Language is a Political Weapon” or on Language Troubles in Post-Soviet Odessa’. In: Juliane Besters-Dilger (ed.): Language Policy and Language Situation in Ukraine. Analysis and Recommendations. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang. 
(Updated version of the article in Ukrainian published in 2008)

Caroline Humphrey, Magnus Marsden and Vera Skvirskaja, 2009.  ‘Cosmopolitanism and the City: Interaction and Co-existence in Bukhara, Uzbekistan’. In: Shail Mayaram (ed.): The Other Global City. NY and London: Routledge.

Caroline Humphrey and Vera Skvirskaja.  2009 ‘ “Russians” in Istanbul: between necessity and freedom’. In: Melanie Sully (ed.): The Black Sea Calling. Vienna: Vienna Diplomatic Academy.  

Caroline Humphrey and Vera Skvirskaja. 2009. ‘Trading places: post-socialist container markets and the city’. Focaal. (In press)

Journal Article

Skvirskaja V (2010), 'New diaspora in a post-Societ city: tranformations in experiences of belonging in Odesa, Ukraine' in Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, vol 10, No 11, 2010

 

CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES OF COUNTER-DIASPORIC MIGRATION: THE SECOND GENERATION RETURNS "HOME"
Professor Russell King

Chapters in Edited Collections

King, R. and Christou, A. (2009) "Diaspora, Migration and Transnationalism: Insights from the Study of Second-Generation ‘Returnees'", in Bauböck, R. and Faist, T. (eds.) Diaspora and Transnationalism: Conceptual, Theoretical and Methodological Challenges, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, in press.

Journal Articles

King R, Christou A and Teerling J (2011) '"We took a bath with the chickens": memories of childhood visits to the homeland by second-generation Greek and Greek Cypriot "returnees"' in Global Networks 11, 1 (2011), pp 1-23

King R and Christou A (2010) "Imagining ‘home’: Diasporic landscapes of the Greek-German second generation" Geoforum 41 (2010)638-646 (online version). Journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/geoforum

King R and Christou A (2009) "Cultural Geographies of Counter-Diasporic Migration: Perspectives from the Study of Second-Generation ‘Returnees' to Greece", Population, Space and Place, Volume 15, in press.

Christou A (2009) 'Telling diaspora stories: theoretical and methodological reflections on narratives of migrancy and belongingness in the second generation' in Migration Letters, Vol 6, No 2 pp 142-153, October 2009

Other Outputs

Online article: "Imagining ‘home’: Diasporic landscapes of the Greek-German second generation" by Russell King and Anastasia Christou: Geoforum February 2010

Reynolds, T. (2008) “Ties that Bind: Families, Social Capital and Caribbean Second-Generation Return Migration”, Brighton: University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research Working Paper 46.

King, R. and Christou, A. (2008) “Cultural Geographies of Counter-Diasporic Migration: The Second Generation Returns ‘Home’”, University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research Working Paper No 45.

 

DIASPORA AS SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PRACTICE: A STUDY OF TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS ACROSS EUROPE AND AFRICA
Professor Ulrike Meinhof

Book

Nadia Kiwan and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof 'Cultural Globalization and Music: African Artists in Transnational Networks' Palgrave Macmillan, May 2011

Chapters in Books

Meinhof, U H, Gibert M-P and Kiwan, N "Transnational musicians' networks across Africa and Europe" in K Knott and S McLoughlin (eds) Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities Zed Books, 2010 pp 249-255

Meinhof, U H “Transnational flows, networks and ‘transcultural capital’.  Reflections on researching migrant networks through linguistic ethnography”.  In M Baynham, J Collins,  S Slembrouck eds. Globalization and languages in contact: scale, migration and communicative practices. Continuum (2009) pp 148-169.

Journal Articles

Kiwan N and Meinhof U H (eds) "Music and migration: a transnational perspective". Special issue: Music and Arts in Action (2011)

Gibert M-P and Meinhof U H “Inspiration triangulaire: musique, tourisme et développement à Madagascar”, Cahiers d’Etudes Africaines.  Special issue: “Mise en tourisme de la culture : réseaux, représentations et pratiques” pp227-256


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SUBVERTING STEREOTYPES: ASIAN WOMEN'S POLITICAL ACTIVISM - A COMPARISON OF THE GRUNWICK AND GATE GOURMET STRIKES
Professor Ruth Pearson

Papers

McDowell, L, Anitha, S and Pearson, R 2011: 'Striking Similarities: Representations of South Asian Women's Industrial Activitsm in the UK', in Gender, Place and Culture, forthcoming

McDowell, L, anitha, S and Pearson, R 2011 'Striking Images: Representing the "Great Grunwick Strike", London, UK 1976-1978', Women's History Review, forthcoming

Pearson, R, Anitha, S and McDowell L 2010: 'Striking Issues: From Labour Proecess to Industrial Dispute at Grunwick and Gate Gourmet, Industrial Relations Journal, 40, 408-28

DEVOLVING DIASPORAS: MIGRATION AND RECEPTION IN CENTRAL SCOTLAND, 1980 - PRESENT
Dr James Procter

Book Chapters

Benwell, Procter and Robinson (eds) (2011) 'Reading After Empire', Special Issue of New Formations, No 71 (in press, forthcoming)

Benwell, Procter and Robinson (2011) ‘Not Reading Brick Lane’, New Formations, No 71 (in press, forthcoming)

Procter (2010) ‘Diasporic Readers and the Location of Reception’ in Kim Knott and Sean McLoughlin (eds) Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities (London and New York: Zed Books): 256-262

Journal Articles

Benwell (2009) ‘A Pathetic and Racist and Awful Character’: Ethnomethodological Approaches to the Reception of Diasporic Fiction' in Language and Literature, 18(3) 300-315

Procter (2009) `Reading, Taste and Postcolonial Studies: Professional and Lay Readers of Things Fall Apart’, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 11(2):180-198

Fuller, D and Procter (2009) ‘Reading as “Social Glue”? Book Groups, Multiculture, and the Small Island Read 2007’ Moving Worlds 9(2): 26-40

Robinson and Sassi, C (eds) (2008) 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages', Special Issue of International Journal of Scottish Literature, 4



CITYSCAPES OF DIASPORA: IMAGES AND REALITIES OF LONDON'S CHINATOWN
Dr Rosemary Sales

Chapters in Books

Sales, R., D’angelo, A., Lin., X. and Montagna, N. (forthcoming) ‘ London’s Chinatown and the changing shape of Chinese diaspora’ in R Mayer and V. Künnemann (eds.) Chinatowns. Myths and Realities of an Urban Phenomenon in the United States and Europe

Sales, R., D’Angelo, A., Liang, X. and Montagna, N.  (2009) ‘London’s Chinatown: branded place or community space?’ in S Hemelryk Donald, E. Kofman and C Kevin (eds.) Branding Cities and Cultural Borders: Cosmopolitanism, Parochialism, and Social Change London: Routledge.
 
Conference Papers

Montagna, N and Hatziprokopiou, P., (2009) ‘Contested Chinatown: the space of Chinese in London and Milan’ paper presented at Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions conference, University of Surrey, (June) www.kronoweb.net/chineselondon

Sales, R., D’angelo, A., and Lin, X. (2009) London’s Chinatown: integration, identity and diaspora Milan’ paper presented at Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions conference, University of Surrey www.kronoweb.net/chineselondon

Sales, R., Hatziprokopiou, P., D’Angelo, A., Christiansen, F,., Liang, X., Lin., X. and Montagna, N. (2009) Cityscapes of Diaspora: Images and realities of London’s Chinatown Summary Report  www.kronoweb.net/chineselondon

Sales, R., Hatziprokopiou, P., D’Angelo, A., Christiansen, F,., Liang, X., Lin., X. and Montagna, N. (2009) ‘London’s Chinatown: Diaspora, identity and belongong’ Social Policy Research Centre Working Paper Series Working Paper Number 3.  www.mdx.ac.uk/sprc  and www.kronoweb.net/chineselondon

Hatziprokopiou, P. (2007) ‘locating difference in the cosmopolis: Spaces of ‘ordinary’ and ‘branded’ diversity and the place of London’s Chinatown’  - paper presented at Conference on Class and Place: Cosmopolitan perspectives on a ‘grounded’ sensorium, University of Technology Sydney, 18-19 June 2007 www.kronoweb.net/chineselondon

Journal Articles

Sales, R., Hatziprokopiou, P., D’angelo, A., Liang, X., Lin., X. and Montagna, N. (2009, in press) ‘Rethinking diaspora: London’s Chinatown and London’s Chinese population’ Social Policy Research Centre Working Paper Series February.

Montagna, N. (2009) ‘Chinatown, Londra: città vetrina e luogo d’appartenenza’ (London’s Chinatown: window on the city and space of belonging), in CIRMiB, Immigrazione e contesti locali. Annuario CIRMiB 2008, Vita & Pensiero, Milano (in press)

Other Outputs

Working Paper: Sales R, Hatziprokopiou P, Christiansen F, D'Angelo A, Liang X, Lin X, Montagna N: 'London's Chinatown: diaspora, identity and belonging: Middlesex University Social Policy Research Centre, Working Paper Series

 

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF JESUS AND THE PROPHET: SOCIALITY, CARING AND THE RELIGIOUS IMAGINATION IN THE FILIPINO DIASPORA
Professor Pnina Werbner

http://www.pninawerbner.co.uk/

Chapters in Edited Collections

“Touristinnen, nicht Arbeiterinnen!“ Philippinische Pflegekräfte in Israel auf Pilgerfahrt im „Heiligen Land“ [‘Tourists, not Workers!’ Filipino Carers in Israel on Pilgrimage in the ‘Holy Land’]. In: Lauser, Andrea and Cordula Weißköppel (eds.). Migration und religiöse Dynamik. Ethnologische Religionsforschung im transnationalen Kontext. Bielefeld: transcript.

Book Review of Karakayali, Serhat: Gespenster der Migration. Zur Genealogie illegaler Einwanderung in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Bielefeld: Transcript. In: H-Soz-Kult, 23 December 2008.

Journal Articles

Liebelt C, 'On Sentimental Orientalists, Christian Zionists, and "Working Class Cosmopolitans": Filipina Domestic Workers’ Journeys to Israel and Beyond'. In: Critical Asian Studies, 40(4).

Liebelt C, ‘We are the Jews of Today’ – Filipino Domestic Workers in Israel and the Language of Diaspora. In: Hagar. Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities, 8(1).

Liebelt C, ' Die Aneignung der „Schwarzen Stadt“: Illegalisierung, Transnationalität und migrantische Kämpfe im kosmopolitischen Raum Tel Avivs. [The Appropriation of the ‘Black City’: Illegalisation, Transnationality and Migrants’ Struggles in the Cosmopolitan Space of Tel Aviv]. In: PROKLA. Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 37(4).

Online Article

Liebelt C, 'On sentimental orientalists, Christian Zionists, and working class cosmopolitans' in Critical Asian Studies 40: 4 (2008) pp567-585 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14672710802505315

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