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Title: Communities, exiles, minorities and diasporas: the Middle East in diaspora studies
Author(s): Gorman, Anthony
Kasbarian, Sossie
Contact Email: sossie.kasbarian@stir.ac.uk
Editor(s): Gorman, {}
Kasbarian, S
Citation: Gorman A & Kasbarian S (2015) Communities, exiles, minorities and diasporas: the Middle East in diaspora studies. In: Gorman {}, Kasbarian S (ed.). Diasporas of the modern Middle East - Contextualising Community, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1-27.
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: First paragraph: Movement, migration and diasporisation lie at the heart of the Middle East, in the past and in the present day. Historically, the region has been a heterogeneous site where distinct communities, differentiated by origin and orientation, have coexisted through many periods of conflict and longer times of peace. Some of these displaced communities have been threatened and persecuted; others have kept their difference discreet and maintained low profiles in order to blend in. At different points, some communities rose to positions of prominence and power, while, for others, their very existence was precarious. From the late nineteenth century, dynamic political changes meant that many of these groups have struggled to claim and negotiate a space for themselves, and, increasingly, to protect and sustain it.
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