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Antía Mato Bouzas

Part I: Cosmopolitanism, Belonging and National Imaginaries

Chapter 1. Exhibiting Tolerance: Citizenship, Contingency and Contemporary Art in the UAE Pavilion, 2009 – 2017
Elizabeth Derderian

Chapter 2. The Gulf as an Unhomely Home. Reconfiguring Citizenship and Belonging in Diasporic Narratives on Second-Generation Migrants
Nadeen Dakkak

Chapter 3. Navigating the Cosmopolitan City: Emirati Women and Ambivalent Forms of Belonging in Dubai
Rana AlMutawa
This chapter is available open access thanks to the support of NYU Abu Dhabi.

Part II: Aspirational Gulf

Chapter 4. Dubai as Heterotopia? The Aspirational Politics of Everyday Cosmopolitanism in Gulf Space
Jaafar Alloul

Chapter 5. A Strangeness One Can Occupy: Clothes and their Codes in the Photographs of Gulf Migrants from Kerala
M. Shafeeq Karinkurayil

Conclusion: The Gulf Space in Words: In Dialogue with Author Deepak Unnikrishnan
Lorenzo Casini and Deepak Unnikrishnan


Migration in the Making of the Gulf Space

Social, Political, and Cultural Dimensions

Edited by Antia Mato Bouzas and Lorenzo Casini

164 pages, 5 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-350-3 Hb Published (January 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-351-0 eBook