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Transnational networks

John R. Davis

Transnational networks

German migrants in the British Empire, 1670-1914

by John R. Davis

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Published by Brill in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Transnationalism,
  • Colonies,
  • Immigrants,
  • Germans,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by John R. Davis, Stefan Manz, [and] Margrit Schulte Beerbuhl
    ContributionsSchulte Beerbühl, Margrit
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJV8010 .T73 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25252790M
    ISBN 109789004223493
    LC Control Number2012008042

      Introduction. Transnational feminism developed out of postcolonial and women of color feminisms, both of which critiqued the idea that “sisterhood is global” (see Robin Morgan, Sisterhood is Global, New York: Feminist Press at CUNY, ).While Morgan’s book was a paradigmatic articulation of this viewpoint, the notion of global sisterhood had been circulating since the late s. Recent scholars have broadened the study of transnational relations, once limited to political economy, to include contentious international politics. This is a refreshing trend, but most of them leap directly from globalization or some other such process to transnational social movements and thence to a global civil society. In addition, they have so far failed to distinguish among movements.   Taedong Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Asian and International Studies at City University of Hong Kong. Lee has worked on sub-national environmental governance with a variety of topics and methods. He developed two book projects, Translocal Relations and Climate Change; and Climate Policies: A Guide for Local articles have appeared in journals .   Diaspora and Nation in the Indian Ocean argues that an Indian Ocean–wide perspective enables an examination of the transnational production of ideas about race against a backdrop of changing relationships and claims of belonging as new notions of nationhood and diaspora emerged. It bridges an academic divide, because historians often either.


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: Transnational Networks: German Migrants in the British Empire, (): Davis, John, Manz, Stefan, Schulte Beerbühl, Margrit: BooksPrice: $   Table of Contents Transnational Networks in European Integration Governance: Historical Perspectives on an Elusive Phenomenon;& Expertise and the Creation of a Constitutional Order for Core Europe: Transatlantic Policy Networks in the Schuman Plan Negotiations; The Bilderberg Group: Promoting European Governance Inside an Atlantic Pages: This book provides a timely evaluation of the EU’s ability to act internationally and coordinate policy in a time when it also seeks Transnational networks book meet shifting demands of international cooperation.

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About Sacred Spaces and Transnational Networks in American Sufism. This book sheds light on the Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship (BMF), one Transnational networks book North America's major Sufi movements, and one of the first to establish a Sufi shrine in the region.

Shows that networks in European integration governance were not a phenomenon that developed in the s out of a 'hollowing out' of the nation-states in the s. Based throughout on newly accessible sources, the authors discuss various networks and show how they contributed to constitutional choices and policy decisions after World War II.

Book Reviews Owen, John, The Clash of Ideas in World Politics: Transnational Networks, States, and Regime Change, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Pages. ISBN Paper ($); Cloth ($). The new immigrants coming to the United Transnational networks book and establishing ethnic congregations do not abandon religious ties in their home countries.

Rather, as they communicate with family and friends left behind in their homelands, they influence religious structures and practices there. Religion Across Borders examines both personal and organizational networks that exist between members in U.S. The Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Women and Transnational Networks collection covers issues of gender and class, igniting nineteenth-century debate in the context of suffrage movements, culture, immigration, health, and many other concerns.

Using a wide array of primary source documents, including serials, books, manuscripts, diaries, reports, and visuals, this collection focuses on. Book Description. Originating in the s and used for years thereafter, qiaopi is the name given in Chinese to letters written home by Chinese emigrants to accompany remittances.

Their key function was to preserve family ties. Although such correspondence focused principally on the provision of economic support, the qiaopi also touched on cultural, political, educational, and gender themes.

In their book Activists beyond Borders: Advocacy Networks in International Politics, Margaret Keck and Kathryn Sikkink describe the key role that transnational human rights groups play in global affairs. Focusing on rights-based activism, Keck and Sikkink show how transnational advocacy networks (TANs) can influence domestic politics.

"In JulyPresident Barack Obama promulgated the Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime. In the letter presenting the strategy, the president stated that the expanding size, scope, and influence of transnational organized crime and its impact on U.S. and international security and governance represent one of the most significant challenges of the 21st century.

‎This book examines Transnational networks book role of transnational advocacy networks in enabling effective participation for individual citizens in the deliberative processes of global governance.

Contextualized around the international conference setting of the United Nations-sponsored World Summit on the Information So. This timely book illuminates the historical origins and present situation of militant Shia transnational networks by focusing on three key countries in the Gulf: Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, whose Shia Islamic groups are the offspring of Iraqi movements.

The reshaping of the area’s geopolitics after the Gulf War and the fall of Saddam. tally and meet fellow criminals, they form into modern networks, mimicking normal societies. Although the fields of diplomacy, information, military, and economic power have gener - ally belonged to states since the s, modern illicit transnational networks have expanded their operations into these areas.

Private transnational networks can do this because they do not confront an existing international framework that would modulate their activity; insofar as states fail to come to terms with this threat at the national level, they increasingly develop techniques of international cooperation in order to address the challenge posed by regulatory.

Through an analysis of transnational criminal networks originating in South America, this report develops a more refined understanding of the operational characteristics of these networks; the strategic alliances that they have established with state and other nonstate actors; and the multiple threats that they pose to U.S.

interests and to the. Book Description: This volume seeks to uncover and discuss the links between genocide, geopolitics and transnational networks. By studying the destruction of the Union Patrotica (UP) in Colombia - a process usually regarded as one of the extreme by-products of the Colombian armed conflict- through the lens of genocide studies, Gomez-Suarez.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: Chinese overseas, China, transnational networks, and homelands / Tan Chee-Beng --Comings and goings: Pearl Delta identities in an era of change and transformation / Graham E.

Johnsonm --Transforming an old qiaoxiang: impacts of the. Transnationalism is a scholarly research agenda and social phenomenon grown out of the heightened interconnectivity between people and the receding economic and social significance of boundaries among nation states.

The term "Trans-National" was popularized in the early 20th century by writer Randolph Bourne to describe a new way of thinking about relationships between cultures. Laurence Louer's "Transnational Shia Politics: Religious and Political Networks in the Gulf" is one of several books published in recent years to explain the Shia as the "Shia issue" has become of more than academic interest since I have read most of these books and done a fair amount of research in the original sources - mainly in Iraq Cited by: Transnational Advocacy Networks in the Information Society by Derrick L.

Cogburn,Palgrave Macmillan edition, paperback. Whilst restating the relevance of transnational approaches, especially in connection with the concepts of personal networks and mediators, the book underlines the importance of other scales of analysis in capturing the complexities of anarchist militancy, due to both their centrality as a theme of reflection for militants, and their role as a.

Against this background, the analysis in this book makes not only a significant contribution to the study of transnational networks of western European socialist parties and the history of European integration, but also adds to the understanding of the role of transnational networks. The transnational network "Transnational network" means the organisation mode that governs the functioning of the European projects.

The network associates partners from different countries with the aim of following one or more common objectives, without any one of the partners having a.

The migration of Chinese to different parts of the world has been a very significant process of human migration in world history.

Today we not only find Chinese of different nationalities (CDN) in different parts of the world, there are also transnational networks among CDN and between CDN and China.1 Migration creates multiple homes and transregional and, in the language today, transnational.

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Given current interest in the cultures of globalization and the role women and other minorities. Transnational organized crime has expanded dramatically in size, scope, and influence.

Transnational organized criminals are threatening US interests by: Criminal networks are not only expanding their operations, but they are also diversifying their activities.

The result is a convergence of threats that have evolved to become more complex. Transnational Peasants provides an intriguing historical and sociological exploration of a contemporary migration mystery.

Product Details; This book examines neighbourhoods and networks between the diverse people of contemporary Europe who live in a globalized and globalizing world, across different types of borders: physical and mental Pages: DOI link for Chinese Transnational Networks.

Chinese Transnational Networks book. Chinese Transnational Networks. DOI link for Chinese Transnational Networks. Chinese Transnational Networks book. Edited By Chee-Beng Tan. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 19 October This book is the first of its kind to paint a comprehensive picture of the manner in which the European Union (the EU) interacts with transnational policy networks (TPNs).

The TPNs covered are those in a variety of fields including: conflict-prone natural resources, health, energy security, migration, human trafficking, combating of terrorism. With clearly presented chapters that examine the ancestral homeland, Chinese overseas, China and transnational networks, and the diversity of settlements and homelands, the expert team of international contributors of Chinese Transnational Networks have created a volume which will be essential reading for students and scholars of migrations Brand: Taylor And Francis.

This book covers the agents, aims, and arguments of various transnational anti-communist activists during the Cold War. Existing narratives often place the United States – and especially the CIA – at the centre of anti-communist activity. The book instead opens up new fields of research transnationally.

In this book, you have essays about a work and world of literature that exists only in the imagination of Borges. There is a transnational quality to Borges’s writing. He has references rooted in Europe, Africa and Asia in a way that is so audacious as to be unprecedented. The book, to be published in the fall ofexamines six case studies in which transnational civil society networks were active participants in the management of various global issues, including landmines, environmental degradation, and human rights.

Abstract. In recent years, the rise of transnational regulatory networks (TRNs) has attracted the attention of international law scholars.

Advocates of TRNs contend that, by cooperating directly with their counterparts abroad to address common regulatory issues, national regulators are creating a revolutionary system of effective global governance without centralized world government.

The transnational capitalist class (TCC), also known as the transnational capitalist network (TCN), in neo-Gramscian and Marxian-influenced analyses of international political economy and globalization, is the global social stratum that controls supranational instruments of the global economy such as transnational corporations and heavily influences political organs such as the World Trade.

In this Book. Additional Information. and diverse transnational networks. By concentrating on mosques--especially those built at the turn of the twenty-first century--as the epitome of Islamic architecture, Rizvi elucidates their significance as sites for both the validation of religious praxis and the construction of national and religious.

Get this from a library. Cultural globalization and music: African artists in transnational networks. [Nadia Kiwan; Ulrike Hanna Meinhof] -- This book is about South-North, North-South relations between Africa and Europe, seen through the prism of musicians from North Africa and Madagascar: a decidedly 'bottom-up' view, which privileges.

This book provides a framework for understanding the global flows of cuisine both into and out of Asia and describes the development of transnational culinary fields connecting Asia to the broader world.

Individual chapters provide historical and ethnographic accounts of the people, places, and activities involved in Asia's culinary globalization. Transnational Islam in South and Southeast Asia: Movements, Networks, and Conflict Dynamics; By Peter Mandaville, Farish A.

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