Introduction Martin Bulmer and John Solomos 1. Urban markets and diversity: towards a research agenda Daniel Hiebert, Jan Rath and Steven Vertovec 2. Super-diverse street: a 'trans-ethnography' across migrant localities Suzanne M. Hall 3. The perception of ethnic diversity and anti-immigrant sentiments: a multilevel analysis of local communities in Belgium Marc Hooghe and Thomas de Vroome 4. Policy actors' narrative constructions of migrants' integration in Malmo and Bologna Sarah Scuzzarello 5. Social change and community cohesion: an ethnographic study of two Melbourne suburbs Val Colic-Peisker and Shanthi Robertson 6. Narratives of ethnic identity among practitioners in community settings in the northeast of England Judith Parks and Kye Askins 7. Little of Italy? Assumed ethnicity in a New York City neighbourhood Elisabeth Becker 8. Levelling the playing field: patterns of ethnic philanthropy among Los Angeles' middle- and upper-class Latino entrepreneurs Jody Agius Vallejo 9. The bi-national road to immigrant rights mobilization: states, social movements and Chicago's Mexican hometown associations Rebecca Vonderlack-Navarro and William Sites 10. Back to the Future: revisiting the contact hypothesis at Turkish and mixed non-profit organizations in Amsterdam Wahideh Achbari 11. The early history of migration and settlement of Yemenis in Cardiff, 1939-1970: religion and ethnicity as social capital Jody Mellor and Sophie Gilliat-Ray
Martin Bulmer is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK. He is the author and editor of many books. John Solomos is Professor of Sociology and Head of Department at the University of Warwick, UK. His most recent publications are Race, Multiculture and Social Policy (with Alice Bloch and Sarah Neal) and Theories of Race and Ethnic Relations: Contemporary Debates and Perspectives (with Karim Murji).