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'Soy super-colombiana': Colombian women in Madrid and the paradoxes of constructing transnational identities
Queer Muslim women: On diaspora, Islam, and identity
"We were recruited from the warriors of many famous nations," cultural preservation: U.S. Army Western Apache Scouts, 1871--1947
The shifting career strategies and networks of Asian female faculty in the fields of science and engineering in the southwestern United States
Japanese American experiences in internment camps during World War II as represented by children's and adolescent literature
Competing land claims and racial hierarchies in the works of Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton, Alexander Posey, Helen Hunt Jackson, and Charles Lummis
Religious and ethnic variation among second-generation Muslim Americans
The link between differing conceptions of national identity and attitudes towards immigrants: Evidence from the United States
Predictors of help-seeking among community-dwelling Korean American women with urinary incontinence
State, migrants and the production of extra-territorial spaces: Negotiating Israeli citizenship in the diaspora
Spiritual but not religious being: Exploring structural antecedents for the pairing of spiritual and non-religious identities across national boundaries
American Indian youth involvement in urban street gangs: Invisible no more?
Affect and the structuring of language use in ethnic subcultures: A study of Louisiana Cajuns
Feeling good in spite of failure: Understanding race-based differences in academic achievement and self-esteem
Spanish heritage language socialization practices of a family of Mexican origin
A post-colonial critique of the (mis)representation of Korean-Americans in children's picture books
Crossing borders, erasing boundaries: Interethnic marriages in Tucson, 1854--1930
Target empowerment: Does perspective taking reduce bias when employed by a stigmatized target?
Role of family structure in immigrants' economic integration
Language dominance and culture dominance: L2 acquisition, L1 maintenance, and culture identification among Russian immigrants in the U.S.
Narratives of racial sexual preference in gay male subculture
Deal with us: The business of Mexican culture in post-World War II Houston
Lived histories and the changing rhetoric of White identity
Chicanismo in the new generation: "Youth, identity, power" in the 21st century borderlands
Voicing race and anti-racism: Rethinking black consciousness among black activists in Salvador, Brazil
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