Routledge studies in rhetoric and communication ; 22.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction : constructing narratives of (national) identity within relocations 2. Reservations, internments, and a little pink house : linking U.S. Histories of displacement with human rights 3. Surviving the (un)natural disaster in New Orleans : rhetorical implications of embracing "refugee" 4. Buying refugee narratives : Sudanese identity, civil unrest, and the good refugee 5. "Barriers and boundaries" : mixed identities and multiple displacements in Sri Lanka 6. Layers of displacement : discursive mark(s) of identity.