Ethnicity in Michigan: Issues and People

By: Jack Glazier, Arthur W. Helweg

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As the introductory volume in the series Discovering the Peoples of Michigan, "Ethnicity in Michigan" outlines the processes of migration, as well as the rich relationship between ethnic groups and the trajectories of historical and social change in Michigan. On both state and local levels, issues of identity, race, politics, and shared history inform community development. Jack Glazier and Arthur Helweg provide a substantive general and theoretical overview of the various ethnic groups in Michigan, and of the ways in which immigrants both respond to and shape Michigan's particular regional character.

Title: Ethnicity in Michigan: Issues and People

Author: Jack Glazier, Arthur W. Helweg

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Categories: Michigan,

Publisher: Michigan State University Press: c2001

ISBN Number: 0870135813

ISBN Number 13: 9780870135811

Binding: paperback

Book Details: 85 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, Notes, illustrations, bibliography, maps, paperback, Michigan State University Press

Seller ID: 135813

Description: As the introductory volume in the series Discovering the Peoples of Michigan, Ethnicity in Michigan outlines the processes of migration, as well as the rich relationship between ethnic groups and the trajectories of historical and social change in Michigan. On both state and local levels, issues of identity, race, politics, and shared history inform community development. Jack Glazier and Arthur Helweg provide a substantive general and theoretical overview of the various ethnic groups in Michigan, and of the ways in which immigrants both respond to and shape Michigan's particular regional character.

About Author
Jack Glazier is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anthropology at Oberlin College. He is on the advisory board of the Encyclopedia of Diasporas. Jack has collaborated with the anthropologist Arthur L. Helweg on the inaugural volume, Ethnicity in Michigan, of the series, Discovering the Peoples of Michigan. He has also served on the Board of Directors and the Program Committee of the American Anthropological Association. He is a Fellow of the American Anthropological Association and the Royal Anthropological Institute. Jack has also published Dispersing the Ghetto: The Relocation of Jewish Immigrants Across America, with Cornell University Press.
Arthur W. Helweg is Professor of Anthropology at Western Michigan University and co-author of Immigrant Success Story: East Indians in America.