The migration of people is now increasingly about the internationalization of citizenship rather than the cultural or class homogenization of people in nation states. The Lebanese - the oldest and one of the largest of the contemporary diasporas whose movement across the globe is based on labour migration - provide a particularly rich context in which the subject can be explored. This book describes how Lebanese migrants have created their households, organized reciprocity in family life, formed urban communities, become workers, defined sectarian identities, transmitted religious cultures, and established Islamic institutions.
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