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People sharing a common origin who live across various countries are the definition of living transnationality. As diaspora communities, they form a global network.
Highlighted photographically, interdisciplinary scientific and cultural contributions are concentrating the contents of two WIKA workshops based on following questions: how could diaspora communities work as mediator? What are their challenges? What are potentials and risks for the foreign cultural policy?
Gregor Arnold, Yaşar Aydın, Gerd Ulrich Bauer, Hande Birkalan-Gedik, Tobias Boos, Beqë Cufaj, Gudrun Czekalla, Asiem El Difraoui, Anton Escher, Ronald Grätz, Marie-Hélène Gutberlet, Annika Hampel, Marija Heinecke, Marie Karner, Jannis Panagiotidis, Anja Pietsch, Caroline Y. Robertson-von Trotha, Kamila Schöll-Mazurek, Wiebke Steffen, Martin Roth, Swenja Zaremba