Diasporic Generationality. Identity, Generation Relationships and Diaspora in Selected Novels from Britain and Canada
„Diasporic Generationality examines the intersections between identity formation and intergenerational relationships in the diaspora. Based on the analysis of six novels from Britain and Canada, this study challenges static thinking about ‘the immigrant family’ and second-generation diasporic identities in current critical discourse and proposes a theory of diasporic generationality that acknowledges the complex dynamics of identity and generation relationships in the contexts of migration and multiculturalism.“
Erschienen im Wißner-Verlag Augsburg.
- 534 pages, paperback
- ISBN: 978-3-95786-027-9
- 32,80 €
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