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Ruth Simms Hamilton was a teacher and researcher at Michigan State University for 35 years, having won many awards for her work. Ruth taught courses on international inequality and development, comparative race relations, international migratio...Click here for more information.
Routes of Passage: Rethinking the African Diaspora, Volume 1, Part 2
Routes of Passage provides a conceptual, substantive, and
empirical orientation to the study of African people worldwide.
Routes of Passage addresses issues of geographical mobility
and geosocial displacement; changing cultural, political, and
economic relationships between Africa and its diaspora;
interdiaspora relations; political and economic agency and social
mobilization, including cultural production and psychocultural
transformation; existence in hostile and oppressive political and
territorial space; and confronting interconnected relations of
social inequality, especially class, gender, nationality, and
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