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100 1  Childs, John Brown 
245 10 Transcommunality :|bFrom the Politics of Conversion 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bTemple University Press,|c2003 
264  4 |c©2003 
300    1 online resource (258 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Critical Perspectives on the P Ser 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Transcommunality: From the Politics 
       of Conversion to the Ethics of Respect -- First Words -- 
       1. Introduction -- 2. Red Clay, Blue Hills: In Honor of My
       Ancestors -- 3. Emplacements of Affiliation -- 4. Learning
       from the Haudenosaunee -- 5. Elements of Transcommunality 
       -- 6. Roots of Cooperation -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- 
       References -- Commentaries -- A Quipu String of 
       Commentaries: Some Reflections -- Transcommunality: Beyond
       Tolerance, for Understanding -- Places and 
       Transcommunality: A Comment on John Brown Childs's Idea of
       the Transcommunal -- Language of Space: The Territorial 
       Roots of the Indigenous Community in Relation to 
       Transcommunality -- Transcommunality in a Global World -- 
       Transcommunality as a Foundation for Globalization from 
       Below -- On Transcommunality and Models of Community -- 
       Pragmatic Solidarity and Transcommunality -- Inclusive 
       Difference: Transcommunality and the Hope for a Just World
       -- Transcommunality: Politics, Culture, and Practice -- 
       One Love: Transcommunality among the Hip Hop Generation --
       Transcommunal Practice in Northern Ireland -- 
       Transcommunality as Spiritual Practice -- Index -- About 
       the Contributors 
520    In this original and collaborative creation, John Brown-
       Childs offers unique insights into some of the central 
       problems facing communities, social movements, and people 
       who desire social change: how does one build a movement 
       that can account for race, class and gender, and yet still
       operate across all of these lines? How can communities 
       sustain themselves in truly social ways? And perhaps most 
       important, how can we take the importance of community 
       into account without forgoing the important distinctions 
       that we all ascribe to ourselves as individuals?Borrowing 
       from the Haudenosaunee, or Iroquois federation, Brown-
       Childs offers a way of thinking about communities as 
       coalitions, ones that account for differences in the very 
       act of coming together. Using the Iroquois as an example 
       of transcommunality in action, he also offers specific 
       outcomes that many people desire-racial justice and peace 
       are two examples-as points of focus around which many 
       disparate groups may organize, without ever subsuming 
       questions of identity as an expense of organizing.In 
       addition to Brown-Childs' own exegesis, twelve scholars 
       and thinkers from all walks of life offer their own 
       responses to his thinking, enriching the book as an 
       illustration and example of transcommunality.In an age of 
       fractured identities and a world that is moving toward a 
       global community, Transcommunality offers a persuasive way
       of imagining the world where community and individual 
       identity may not only coexist, but also depend upon the 
       other to the benefit of both 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Cultural pluralism.;Communities 
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       From the Politics of Conversion|dPhiladelphia : Temple 
       University Press,c2003|z9781592130047 
830  0 Critical Perspectives on the P Ser 
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