Family Affairs - An intergenerational dialogue on diaspora.

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Titre
Family Affairs - An intergenerational dialogue on diaspora.
Périodique
National Center of Competence in Research – The Migration-Mobility Nexus
Auteur(s)
Wojczewski Silvia
Statut éditorial
Publié
Date de publication
15/01/2020
Langue
anglais
Notes
NCCR National Center of Competence in Research – The Migration-Mobility Nexus
Blog
Résumé
Descendants of international migrants have differing relations
and connections to the country of their parents’ origin. Through
the portraits of Aminata and her father Lansana – both Germans
of Guinean origin, I studied the shifting meaning of “diaspora” for
subsequent generations. The diasporic identity could be seen as
disentangled from the country of parental origin shifting from a
centered to a decentered expression of belonging for the
descendants of migrants.
Mots-clé
African diaspora, Black identity, Germany, anthropoloy, ethnography, biography
Création de la notice
24/01/2020 14:43
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25/01/2020 7:17
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