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Plates Notes on contributors SECTION 1: BODIES AT HOME AND AWAY 1.still call Australia home: Indigenous belonging and place in a postcolonising society Aileen Moreton-Robinson 2. The home of language: a pedagogy of the stammer Sneja Gunew 3.'Dis-orientalisms': displaced bodies/embodied displacements in contemporary Palestinian art Gannit Ankori 4. Taking (a) place: female embodiment and the re-grounding of community Irene Gedalof SECTION 2: FAMILY TIES 5. Making home: queer migrations and motions of attachment Anne-Marie Fortier 6. Nostalgia, desire, diaspora: South Asian sexualities in motion Gayatri Gopinath 7. Global modernities and the gendered epic of the 'Irish Empire' Breda Gray 8. 'They're family!': cultural geographies of relatedness in popular genealogy Catherine Nash SECTION 3: TRANS/NATIONS AND BORDER CROSSINGS 9. Transporting the subject: technologies of mobility and location in an era of globalisation Caren Kaplan 10. Technological frontiers and the politics of mobility Ginette Verstraete 11. The Difference Borders Make: (Il)legality, Migration and Trafficking in Italy among eastern European Women in Prostitution Rutvica Andrejasevic 12. Creolization in discourses of global culture Mimi Sheller

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Also available in hardback, 9781859736241 GBP50.00 (October, 2003)

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Sara Ahmed Lecturer in Women's Studies,University of Lancaster Claudia Castaneda Lecturer in Women's Studies, University of Lancaster Anne-Marie Fortier Lecturer in Sociology, University of Lancaster Mimi Sheller Lecturer in Sociology, University of Lancaster


'An excellent collection of essays that are truly linked by a common theme of reconceptualizing notions of home and migration, and understanding these realities in relation to each other.' Sarah Michelle Stohlman, University of Southern Carolina, in Focaal (45), 2005 '[the book] deserves a speical place on the shelf of any migration scholar.' Sarah Michelle Stohlman, University of Southern Carolina, in Focaal (45), 2005

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