Odprto za javnost: Srbi in etnični prehod v Združenih državah Amerike

Avtorji

Ključne besede:

srbska diaspora, srbofilija, ZDA, Jugoslavija, Ruth Mitchell

Povzetek

Diaspore si pogosto predstavljamo kot neprodušno zaprte skupnosti. Vendar pa so bile meje srbske diaspore v Združenih državah Amerike za nekatere tujce presenetljivo prepustne – takšna je bila Ruth Mitchell, ki se je redno oblačila v četniška oblačila in tako nagovarjala srbske priseljence. Prispevek podaja tezo, da to dejanje etničnega prehoda spada v širši vzorec etničnih tujcev, ki so se pridruževali srbskim organizacijam v ZDA. Poleg Ruth Mitchell članek obravnava še štiri druge študije primera: Eleanor Calhoun, Johann Blose, Charles DeHarrack in Frank Melford. Diplomati so pri tem imeli vlogo paznikov teh srbofilov in so po svoji volji omejevali dostop do družbenih in političnih omrežij priseljencev – pri čemer pa je na to le redko vplivala etnična pripadnost teh srbofilov.

Prenosi

Podatki o prenosih še niso na voljo.

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2022-01-31 — posodobljeno 2022-06-13

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Larson E. Odprto za javnost: Srbi in etnični prehod v Združenih državah Amerike. DveDom [Internet]. 13. junij 2022 [citirano 6. julij 2022];2022(55):55-72. Dostopno na: https://ojs.zrc-sazu.si/twohomelands/article/view/10564

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