The Multisite Nation
The Multisite Nation: Crossborder Organizations, Transfrontier Infrastructure, and Global Digital Public Sphere
Palgrave Macmillan US | Social Sciences | July 23, 2016 | ISBN-10: 1137567236 | 190 pages | pdf | 1.8 mb
Authors: Laguerre, Michel S.
This book explains the transformation of the nation into a cosmonation (or multisite nation) through the reunification of the homeland with its diaspora. The book elaborates on how the mechanisms of linkages, connections, and networking interact to form distributed sites of homeland and diaspora into a cosmonation and how diasporans in different units of such a crossborder social formation, wherever they relocate, relate to each other. The ensemble thereby functions as a cultural and political collectivity manifested through cultural traditions, inter-site familial, institutional, and associational ties, transnational solidarity, and reverence for the ancestral homeland.
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