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This index presents a list of author names and terms of the book titled Transnationalism. It contains a list of recent volumes in the book series International Comparative Social Studies. The book transnationalism is about the recent developments of societies associated with the notion of transnationalism. It consists of studies focusing on specific cases as well as on the comparison of major cases. Jews, with all the contemporary variety of their developments make up a paradigmatic space of cases, but Muslims, Africans, Hispanics, Chinese and others attract today the attention by their variegated, far-reaching and often intermingling impacts on the largest spectrum of societies. The book then presents a bunch of approaches delving into the diversity of intellectual and scientific interests that transnationalism awakes.

Keywords: Jewish diaspora; transnationalism

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