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Группа авторов Post-Post-Soviet? Art, Politics & Society in Russia at the Turn of the Decade

Группа авторов Late and Post Soviet Russian Literature

Группа авторов Late and Post-Soviet Russian Literature

Группа авторов Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

Группа авторов Post-Christendom Studies: Volume 2

Группа авторов Russian Voices on Post-Crimea Russia

Группа авторов Implant Placement in Post-Extraction Sites

Группа авторов Post-Christendom Studies: Volume 1

Группа авторов Post-Nationalist American Studies

Группа авторов Miasto(post)socjalistyczne

Группа авторов Afryka i (post)kolonializm

M. Holt Ruffin The Post-Soviet Handbook

Группа авторов The Post-Qualifying Handbook for Social Workers

Группа авторов Post Accession Migration in Europe a Polish Case Study

Magda Dolinska-Rydzek The Antichrist in Post-Soviet Russia: Transformations of an Ideomyth

Wiesław Wacławczyk The Constitutional Right to Freedom of Speech in Post-Soviet Space

Derrick Widmer Post-Soviet Russia in the adventurous 1990's – the Wild Decade

Claudia Sadowski-Smith The New Immigrant Whiteness


Explores the racialization of immigrants from post-Soviet states and the nuances of citizenship for this new diaspora. [b][/b]Mapping representations of post-1980s immigration from the former Soviet Union to the United States in interviews, reality TV shows, fiction, and memoirs, Claudia Sadowski-Smith shows how this nationally and ethnically diverse group is associated with idealized accounts of the assimilation and upward mobility of early twentieth-century arrivals from Europe. As it traces the contributions of historical Eastern European migration to the emergence of a white racial identity that continues to provide privileges to many post-Soviet migrants, the book places the post-USSR diaspora into larger discussions about the racialization of contemporary US immigrants under neoliberal conditions. The New Immigrant Whiteness argues that legal status on arrival–as participants in refugee, marriage, labor, and adoptive migration– impacts post-Soviet immigrants’ encounters with growing socioeconomic inequalities and tightened immigration restrictions, as well as their attempts to construct transnational identities. The book examines how their perceived whiteness exposes post-Soviet family migrants to heightened expectations of assimilation, explores undocumented migration from the former Soviet Union, analyzes post-USSR immigrants’ attitudes toward anti-immigration laws that target Latina/os, and considers similarities between post-Soviet and Asian immigrants in their association with notions of upward immigrant mobility. A compelling and timely volume, The New Immigrant Whiteness offers a fresh perspective on race and immigration in the United States today. Explores the racialization of immigrants from post-Soviet states and the nuances of citizenship for this new diaspora. [b][/b]Mapping representations of post-1980s immigration from the former Soviet Union to the United States in interviews, reality TV shows, fiction, and memoirs, Claudia Sadowski-Smith shows how this nationally and ethnically diverse group is associated with idealized accounts of the assimilation and upward mobility of early twentieth-century arrivals from Europe. As it traces the contributions of historical Eastern European migration to the emergence of a white racial identity that continues to provide privileges to many post-Soviet migrants, the book places the post-USSR diaspora into larger discussions about the racialization of contemporary US immigrants under neoliberal conditions. The New Immigrant Whiteness argues that legal status on arrival–as participants in refugee, marriage, labor, and adoptive migration– impacts post-Soviet immigrants’ encounters with growing socioeconomic inequalities and tightened immigration restrictions, as well as their attempts to construct transnational identities. The book examines how their perceived whiteness exposes post-Soviet family migrants to heightened expectations of assimilation, explores undocumented migration from the former Soviet Union, analyzes post-USSR immigrants’ attitudes toward anti-immigration laws that target Latina/os, and considers similarities between post-Soviet and Asian immigrants in their association with notions of upward immigrant mobility. A compelling and timely volume, The New Immigrant Whiteness offers a fresh perspective on race and immigration in the United States today.

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