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|ISBN:||9780814786437 081478643X 9780814786444 0814786448|
|Description:||ix, 396 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction / Vivek Bald, Miabi Chatterji, Sujani Reddy, and Manu Vimalassery. --
Part I. Overlapping Empires. Intimate Dependency, Race, and Trans-Imperial Migration / Nayan Shah ; Repressing the "Hindu Menace": Race, Anarchy, and Indian Anticolonialism / Seema Sohi ; Desertion and Sedition: Indian Seamen, Onshore Labor, and Expatriate Radicalism in New York and Detroit, 1914-1930 / Vivek Bald ; "The Hidden Hand": Remapping Indian Nurse Immigration to the United States / Sujani Reddy. --
Part II. From Imperialism to Free-Market Fundamentalism: Changing Forms of Migration and Work. Putting "the Family" to Work: Managerial Discourses of Control in the Immigrant Service Sector / Miabi Chatterji ; Looking Home: Gender, Work, and the Domestic in Theorizations of the South Asian Diaspora / Linta Varghese ; India's Global and Internal Labor Migration and Resistance: A Case Study of Hyderabad / Immanuel Ness ; Water for Life, Not for Coca-Cola: Transnational Systems of Capital and Activism / Amanda Ciafone ; When an Interpreter Could Not Be Found / Naeem Mohaiemen. --
Part III. Geographies of Migration, Settlement, and Self. Intertwined Violence: Implications of State Responses to Domestic Violence in South Asian Immigrant Communities / Soniya Munshi ; Who's Your Daddy? Queer Diasporic Framings of the Region / Gayatri Gopinath ; Awaiting the Twelfth Imam in the United States: South Asian Shia Immigrants and the Fragmented American Dream / Raza Mir and Farah Hasan ; Tracing the Muslim Body: Race, U.S. Deportation, and Pakistani Return Migration / Junaid Rana ; Antecedents of Imperial Incarceration: Fort Marion to Guantánamo / Manu Vimalassery ; Afterword / Vijay Prashad.
|Series Title:||NYU series in social and cultural analysis.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Vivek Bald, Miabi Chatterji, Sujani Reddy, and Manu Vimalassery ; afterword by Vijay Prashad.|
"The Sun Never Sets opens up radically new ways to think about diaspora that have so far privileged origins. By brilliantly dislodging nation-state derived ideals of origins, immigration, and
- South Asians -- United States -- History.
- South Asia -- Emigration and immigration -- History.
- United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History.
- Immigrants -- United States -- History.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Customs & Traditions.
- Emigration and immigration.
- South Asians.
- South Asia.
- United States.