The Lebanese Diaspora
The Arab Immigrant Experience in Montreal, New York, and Paris
The Lebanese Diaspora explores new forms of identities, alliances and cultural expressions, elucidating the daily experiences of Lebanese immigrants and exploring new ways of thinking about immigration, ethnic identity, community, and culture in a global world. By criticizing and challenging our understandings of nationality, ethnicity and assimilation, Abdelhady shows that global immigrants are giving rise to new forms of cosmopolitan citizenship.
- “This is a first-rate topical book that will be much read and discussed.”
—Steven Seidman, author of Contested Knowledge
- “Represents the cutting edge of research into immigration and integration. This is a major contribution to the literature on diasporas and their consequences for identities.”
—Richard Alba, author of Blurring the Color Line
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