Arab-Australians Today: Citizenship and Belonging
Melbourne University Publish, 2002 - Social Science - 290 pages
The Lebanese and, more generally, the Arab community in Australia is one of the oldest ethnic communities. The essays and works in this volume cover the most important aspects of Arab-Australian's lives: settlement history, attitudes to citizenship, women's activism and identity, among others.
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