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Iraqi Refugees in the United States = The Enduring Effects of the War on Terror

Author :  Ken R. Crane

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  • Country United States
  • Publisher New York University Press
  • ISBN9781479886906
  • FormatPaperBack
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Year of Publication2021
  • Bib. Info208 p,152 x 229mm
  • CategoriesSocial & Cultural Anthropology
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How Iraqi refugees navigate life, belonging, and exclusion in America The US invasion of Iraq in 2003 caused the largest forced migration in the Middle East since 1948, with millions of people fleeing to Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Iran, European Union, Australia and the United States. In Iraqi Refugees in the United States, Ken R. Crane explores the uphill climb faced by Iraqi refugees who have sought belonging in a country engaged in an ongoing War on Terror. Drawing on numerous interviews and fieldwork, Crane explores the diverse experiences of a community of Iraqi refugees, showing how they have struggled to negotiate their place in the wake of mass displacement. He highlights the promise of belonging, as well as their many painful encounters with exclusion. Ultimately, Crane provides a window into the complexities of what "becoming American" means for Iraqi refugees, even as they are perceived by other Americans as "security threats." As debates about immigration and refugee status continue to play out in headlines and the courts, Iraqi Refugees in the United States provides important insight into the global refugee crisis.

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