The Homeland Is the Arena

the homelandReligion, Transnationalism, and the Integration of Senegalese Immigrants in America
Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 8, 2011)

As Senegal prepares to celebrate fifty years of independence from French colonial rule, academic and policy circles are engaged in a vigorous debate about its experience in nation building. An important aspect of this debate is the impact of globalization on Senegal, particularly the massive labor migration that began directly after independence. From Tokyo to Melbourne, from Turin to Buenos Aires, from to Paris to New York, 300,000 Senegalese immigrants are simultaneously negotiating their integration into their host society and seriously impacting the development of their homeland.


Review of Homeland by Wiley in Review of Middle Eastern Studies.pdf335 KB
Review of Homeland by Okome in Political Science Quarterly.pdf1010 KB
Review of Homeland by Buggenhagen in Islamic Africa.pdf345 KB
Review of Homeland by Bondaz in Cahiers d'Etudes Africaines.pdf269 KB