Narratives of citizenship : indigenous and diasporic peoples unsettle the nation-state
- 1st ed. - Edmonton : University of Alberta Press, 2011.
- Physical description
- xlv, 358 p. ; 23 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Citizens of the exception : Obasan meets Salt Fish Girl / Robert Zacharias
- Grazia Deledda's The church of soliture : enfolding citizenship and Mussolini's demographic politics / Dorothy Woodman
- "Some of course married them, which was better" : citizenship and a traffic of mixed-race women and children in Tsimshian-Area missionary narratives / Aloys N.M. Fleischmann
- Failed states and the militarization of youth in Sub-Saharan Africa : insecurity and the crisis of citizenship in Nollywood movies / Paul Ugor
- Affecting citizenship : the materiality of melanchola / Lily Cho
- "I am enchanted" : the home country as Dead Lover in Myrna Kostash's The doomed bridegroom / Lindy Ledohowski
- A citizen of story : Wayne Johnston's Baltimore's Mansion and the "Newfoundland Diaspora" / Jennifer Bowering Delisle
- Imposing subcitizenship : Canadian white civility and the Two Row Wampum of the Six Nations / Daniel Coleman
- Camera ready : narration through photography in Hawai'i / Sydney L. Iaukea
- Imaginary citizens : the White Paper and the Whitewash in the press / Carmen Robertson
- "Cracked tongue. Broken tongue" : the incomplete, resistant translation of language and culture in Theresa Hak Kyung Cha's Dictee / Laura Schechter
- Whose diaspora is this anyway? : Peruvians, Japanese perhaps, and the Dekasegi / Marco Katz
- Black Canadas and the question of diasporic citizenship / David Chariandy.
- Publication date
- Aloys N.M. Fleischmann, Nancy Van Styvendale, & Cody McCarroll, editors.
- Issued also in electronic formats.