Engaging the diaspora : migration and African families
- Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, 
- Physical description
- xiv, 192 pages ; 24 cm.
- Africana experience and critical leadership studies.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The African immigrant family in the diaspora : intersecting forces. Introduction : (re)configuring African migration since the last years : issues, concepts, and contexts / Pauline Ada Uwakweh
- Negotiating marriage and motherhood : a critical perspective on the immigration narratives of Buchi Emecheta and Chimamanda Adichie / Pauline Ada Uwakweh
- Who is the parent and who is the kid? : the changing face of parenting for African parents in the diaspora / Ifeyinwa Mbakogu
- Migrant African children remembering war : memoirs and stereotypes / Joya Uraizee
- The Algerian diaspora in the United States : dynamics of language : "hdar bil-arbiya! ma' tqulsh pen! qu'l stylo!!" (speak in Arabic! don't say pen! say stylo!!) / Khadidja Arfi
- Physical activity and recreation lifestyle in transition : a study of African immigrant and refugee youth / Jerono P. Rotich. Adapting the diaspora : perspectives on African immigrant employment and spirituality. A phenomenological study of African-born professors in higher education : a focus on historically black colleges and universities / Comfort O. Okpala and Amon O. Okpala
- "Diamonds on the soles of their shoes" : experiences of African-born educators in U.S. predominantly-white colleges / Shirley Mthethwa-Sommers
- The golden ticket : adjustment of African diversity visa lottery winners in America / Michael Kremer
- The role of cultural associations : national and ethnic in Africa and diaspora / Iheanyi N. Osondu
- Fusing faith and place : an examination of localized civic engagement in African immigrant churches / Amy Duffuor.
- Publisher's Summary
- By its focus on the African immigrant family, Engaging the Diaspora: Migration and African Families carves its own niche on the migration discourse. It brings together the experiences of African immigrant families as defined by various transnational forces. As an interdisciplinary text, Engaging makes a handy reference for scholars and researchers in institutions of higher learning, as well as for community service providers working on diversity issues. It promotes knowledge about Africans in the Diaspora and the African continent through current and relevant case studies. This book enhances learning on the contemporary factors that continue to shape African migrants.
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- Publication date
- edited by Pauline Ada Uwakweh, Jerono P. Rotich, and Comfort O. Okpala.
- The Africana experience and critical leadership studies