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Part 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Conceptual Considerations of Diaspora Chapter 3 Situating Ethnicity Chapter 4 The Armenian Diaspora-Historical Origins Chapter 5 Methodology Chapter 6 The Manchester Armenians Chapter 7 Summary Part 8 Appendices Part 9 Endnotes Part 10 Bibliography Part 11 Index
Denise Aghanian is a part time lecturer in history & politics at Leeds Metropolitan University School of Cultural Studies. She is the author of An Ethnographic Case Study of the Armenian Diaspora in Manchester (2005). Her research interests include diaspora politics, ethnicity, and transnationalism, as well as political philosophy.