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Class Notes for Diaspora and Transnational Studies at University of Toronto Scarborough

DTSB01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Collective Trauma, Diaspora Studies, Transnationalism

September 4 , 2013 Lecture 1 – Introduction to Diaspora and Transnationalism Waking up Canadian? - Anderson talks about imagined communities Assigned Readings - Cohen (1997) o Diaspora = di...

Diaspora and Transnational Studies
DTSB01H3
Arhin
Week 1

DTSB01H3 01/08/2014 What is a diaspora? Diaspora is the idea of dispersal from homeland to another nation state whether voluntar...

Diaspora and Transnational Studies
DTSB02H3
C.Mcmohan
bball notes.docx

The chest pass This is the safest and most accurate pass you can use It is safe because higher passes which loop upwards are likely to be intercepted by the opposing team Chest level is also the easiest area of the body to...

Diaspora and Transnational Studies
DTSB01H3
mcneill
Lecture 1, intro

DTSB01 lecture 1 boundaries are destructive people move & reconstruct ideas where they move to partition [creates new identities around the new formation] diasporas affect the way communities are formed an immigrant adhere...

Diaspora and Transnational Studies
DTSB01H3
Hugh Mac Donald
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