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Configurations, Representations, and Migrations

  • Tilmann HeilEmail author
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Abstract

The unique regional histories of Casamance and Catalonia offer fertile grounds to inquire into the process of conviviality. The regions’ historical and contemporary configurations and representations of living with difference rely on multiply overlapping processes of institutionalised classifications along ethnic, religious, national, and linguistic lines that people engage with in everyday life. The ethnography’s narrative is rooted in Casamance, its configurations of difference, and concepts and discourses of cohabitation. The narrative expands with the rural-urban, regional, and global migrations of Casamançais, while their return to Casamance maintains the transnational social field and brings change. When introducing Catalonia, its immigration history, diversification, and policies of reception, residency, and convivència, I pay special attention to the recurrent themes of how Casamançais relate to the new locality.

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