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Janelle Joseph

insights they provide into the Black Atlantic. Barnor Hesse ( 2000 ) introduces the term “transruptions” to account for the ways in which diaspora groups, by both drawing from their homeland cultures and generating cultural entanglements in their new homes, create recurrent, political contestations, unsettling the meaning of multiculturalism. Transruptions are “ any series of contestatory cultural and

in Sport in the Black Atlantic
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Janelle Joseph

diaspora groups. The examination of diaspora space, that is, lateral and horizontal interrelationships within diasporas is necessary to move beyond “racism” in our historical and ethnographic theorisations of diaspora among black and Caribbean diasporas. As Thomas and Clarke ( 2006 , p. 14) note: “[O]‌ther circulations [are] equally critical in the unveiling of counter histories and the constitution of

in Sport in the Black Atlantic