Religion at the Corner of Bliss and Nirvana: Politics, Identity, and Faith in New Migrant Communities

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Analyzes the role of religion in the civic and political incorporation of new migrants to the United States, especially as religion functions as a site of reistance to cultural assimilation and as a site that facilitates social incorporation.

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