Transnational archipelago : perspectives on Cape Verdean migration and diaspora / edited by Luís Batalha and Jørgen Carling
- Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 
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- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (298 pages) : illustrations
- Additional Creators:
- Batalha, Luís, 1962- and Carling, Jørgen
- Restrictions on Access:
- Open Access Unrestricted online access
- Cape Verdean Migration and Diaspora / Jørgen Carling and Luís Batalha -- Section 1. Diaspora community portraits-- Cape Verdeans in the U.S / Marilyn Halter -- Cape Verdeans in Argentina / Marta Maffia -- Cape Verdeans in São Tomé and Príncipe / Augusto Nascimento -- Cape Verdeans in Portugal / Luís Batalha -- Cape Verdeans in Spain / Rocío Moldes Farelo and Luzia Oca Gonzlez -- Cape Verdeans in Italy / Jacqueline Andall -- Cape Verdeans in the Netherlands / Jørgen Carling -- Cape Verdeans in Sweden / Lisa Åkesson -- Section 2. Migration and transnationalism -- Making Waves: Cape Verdeans, Whaling and the Uses of Photography / Memory Holloway -- And When the Women Leave? Female Emigration from Boa Vista / Andréa de Souza Lobo -- Cape Verdean Tongues: Speaking of 'Nation' at Home and Abroad / Márcia Rego -- Cape Verdean Transnationalism on the Internet / Sónia Melo -- Images of Emigration in Cape Verdean Music / Juliana Braz Dias -- Cape Verdean Migration, Music Recordings and Performance / Rui Cidra -- Diasporic Networks, Political Change, and the Growth of Cabo-Zouk Music / JoAnne Hoffman -- Managing Work and Care for Young Children in Cape Verdean Families in Portugal / Karin Wall -- Cape Verdeans' Pathways to Health: Local Problems, Transnational Solutions / Huub Beijers and Cláudia de Freitas -- Cape Verdean Diasporic Identity Formation / Gina Sánchez Gibau -- The Resilience of the Cape Verdean Migration Tradition / Lisa Åkesson.
- "The island nation of Cape Verde has given rise to a diaspora that spans the four continents of the Atlantic Ocean. Migration has been essential to the island since the birth of its nation. This volume makes a significant contribution to the study of international migration and transnationalism by exploring the Cape Verdean diaspora through its geographic diversity and with a broad thematic range"--Publisher's description.
- 9789048501885 (electronic bk.), 9048501881 (electronic bk.), 9053569944, 9789053569948, 1281979244, and 9781281979247
- Digital File Characteristics:
- data file
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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