About the Author
Dr Anna Hayes is Lecturer in International Relations and a researcher at the Public Memory Research Centre at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. She is co-editor of Migration and Insecurity: Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era. Robert Mason is Lecturer in History and a researcher at the Public Memory Research Centre at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. He is co-editor of Migration and Insecurity: Citizenship and Social Inclusion in a Transnational Era.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction. Towards sanctuary: securing refugees and forced migrants in multicultural Australia, Robert Mason and Anna Hayes; Part I Finding Narratives of Belonging: White Australia and otherness: the limits to hospitality, Jane Haggis; The politics of asylum and identities in exile: negotiating place and meaning, Claudia Tazreiter; Beyond the rhetoric of inclusion: our responsibility to refugees, Farida Fozdar. Part II Negotiating the Shadow of the Past: â€˜Don't forget you are Jewish': Holocaust survivors, identity formation and sense of belonging in Australia, Michele Langfield; Fragmented histories: the intergenerational transmission of war memories in the Vietnamese diaspora, Nathalie Huynh Chau Nguyen; Coalitions of justice: articulating democratic transition in Australia's Salvadoran community, Robert Mason; Ascribing identities and negotiating stereotypes: case study of intercountry adoptees, Richard Gehrmann. Part III Communicating Cultural Security: Provincializing Perth? Satellite television and the Chinese in Perth, Susan Leong and Qian Gong; Institutional Islamophobia in the cases of Ahmed Zaoui and Mohamed Haneef, Malcolm D. Brown; Fear online: seeking sanctuary in online forums, Anne Aly; Uighur transnationalism in contemporary Australia: exile, sanctuary, community and future, Anna Hayes; Index.