Staging Memory and Ethnicity in Community Celebrations
Each year, thousands of communities across the United States celebrate their ethnic heritages, values, and identities through the medium of festivals. This unique book examines five Dutch American festivals in order to determine what such festivals mean and do for the staging communities.
This is an important book that illustrates how the “Other” is represented and will be a valuable book for those in Australian studies, Asian studies, and literary studies.
The Making of a Transnational Techno-Capitalist Class
This innovative study examines the emergence and growing power of a new group of immigrant Indians to the United States: the transnational techno-capitalist class of entrepreneurs operating at the upper echelons of the hi-tech industry in Silicon Valley and Bangalore.
The Dispatches of Italian Ambassador Gelasio Caetani
This book is based on first-hand, original and archival documents uncovered in Italian and American national archives. It presents a clear view of the causes of the dissemination of Fascism in the United States from 1922 to 1930.