Funded with substantial monies provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Council in the United Kingdom, the Diasporas, Migrations & Identities research programme is designed "to research, discuss and present issues related to diasporas and migration, and their past and present impact on subjectivity and identity, culture and the imagination, place and space, emotion, politics and sociality." While the programme is no longer actively funded, visitors can view the fruits of their academic labors on this site in the "Publications" area. Visitors to this section can view their annual reports and their working papers. Scholars and others can make their way through ten working papers, which include the titles "Here we go-but where? The possibilities of diaspora in the field of sport" and "London's Chinatown: Diaspora, Identity and Belonging". The site also contains a "Links" area, which contains a healthy selection of external links to other like-minded research institutes and centers.
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