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Nashville in the new millennium : immigrant settlement, urban transformation, and social belonging

Author: Jamie Winders
Publisher: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, [2013]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jamie Winders
ISBN: 9780871549334 0871549336
OCLC Number: 822971479
Description: xx, 318 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Nashville in the new millennium --
Putting new places on the map : how to study new immigrant destinations --
Two neighborhoods, two histories, two geographies : placing southeast Nashville --
Diversity at the door : understanding demographic change in the classroom --
Responding to diversity : multiculturalism, immigration politics, and southern history in the classroom --
Seeing immigrant Nashville : institutional visibility, urban governance, and immigrant incorporation --
Silent streets : assimilation, race, and place in the neighborhood --
Ma(r)king the neighborhood : new immigrants, old boundaries, new maps --
At the intersection of history and diversity.
Responsibility: Jamie Winders.

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