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ISBN: 0870136674
Author: Rosina J. Hassoun
Language: English
Publisher: Michigan State University Press (October 24, 2005)
Pages: 84
Category: Americas
Subcategory: History
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Rosina J. Hassoun is an anthropologist and a professor at Michigan State University, where she pioneered one of the first courses on Arab Americans in American Studies.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Hassoun (Author). Series: Discovering the Peoples of Michigan. Publisher: Michigan State University Press (October 24, 2005). ISBN-10: 9780870136672.

Arab Americans in Michigan. The state of Michigan hosts one of the largest and most diverse Arab American populations in the United States. Published by: Michigan State University Press. As the third largest ethnic population in the state, Arab Americans are an economically important and politically influential group. It also reflects the diversity of national origins, religions, education levels, socioeconomic levels, and degrees of acculturation.

Arab Americans in Michigan book. Arab Americans in Michigan (Discovering the Peoples of Michigan)

Arab Americans in Michigan book. Arab Americans in Michigan (Discovering the Peoples of Michigan). by. Hassoun. In Arab Americans in Michigan Rosina J. Hassoun outlines the origins, culture, religions, and values of a people whose influence has often exceeded their visibility in the state.

Hassoun, Rosina Arab Americans in Michigan 2005. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press 2005 (part of the Discovering the People of Michigan series). 2001 Inventing Home: Immigration, Gender, and the Middle Class in Lebanon, 1870-1920. Hassoun outlines the origins, culture, religions, and values of a people whose influence has often exceeded their visibility in the state

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So why has Michigan-and southeast Michigan in particular- continued to draw so many immigrants from the Arab . But many people say those issues aren’t so pervasive in southeast Michigan as they are elsewhere-and that’s mostly because of the community’s long, deep roots here.

So why has Michigan-and southeast Michigan in particular- continued to draw so many immigrants from the Arab world, creating one of the largest Arab communities outside the Middle East? Fortunately, the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn holds many of the answers.

In Arab Americans in Michigan Rosina J. Hassoun outlines the origins, culture, religions, and values of a people . 118+ million publications. Both Arab and Muslim Americans have a visible social presence in Michigan and the greater Detroit area, but they are considerably underrepresented at all levels of elected office, including in electoral districts where they are concentrated. In this chapter, we quantify and attempt to explain patterns of political repre sen ta tion in elected office among Arabs and Muslims of the greater Detroit.

From the Jews in Michigan book, we discover that twelve Jewish settlers purchased farmland near Bad Axe in the 1 890s and hoped to create an agricultural society named the "Palestine Colony," but they failed

From the Jews in Michigan book, we discover that twelve Jewish settlers purchased farmland near Bad Axe in the 1 890s and hoped to create an agricultural society named the "Palestine Colony," but they failed. The Albanian volume tells us that the first of that ethnicity to arrive in Michigan were Orthodox Christians from southeastern Albania who settled in Detroit early in the last century. And the African-American volume lists and describes seven routes of the Underground Railroad that passed through Michigan before Emancipation.

The Arab-American community has few churches in the city, Mainly Saint Mary's Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church. Hassoun, Rosina J. MSU Press, October 24, 2005. ISBN 1609170466, 9781609170462

The Arab-American community has few churches in the city, Mainly Saint Mary's Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church. The community settled in Livonia in the late 1960s and has since continued a steady growth. There were 38,089 households out of which 3. % had children under the age of 18 living with them, 6. % were married couples living together, . % had a female householder with no husband present, and 2. % were non-families. ISBN 1609170466, 9781609170462. p. PT21 of Google Books.

This is a list of Arab Americans. It includes prominent Arab American individuals from various fields, such as business, science, entertainment, sports and fine arts

This is a list of Arab Americans. It includes prominent Arab American individuals from various fields, such as business, science, entertainment, sports and fine arts. Elias J. Corey, organic chemistry professor at Harvard University, winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (Lebanese parents). Ahmed Zewail, Egyptian-American scientist, known as the "father of femtochemistry", winner of the 1999 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

The state of Michigan hosts one of the largest and most diverse Arab American populations in the United States. As the third largest ethnic population in the state, Arab Americans are an economically important and politically influential group. It also reflects the diversity of national origins, religions, education levels, socioeconomic levels, and degrees of acculturation. Despite their considerable presence, Arab Americans have always been a misunderstood ethnic population in Michigan, even before September 11, 2001 imposed a cloud of suspicion, fear, and uncertainty over their ethnic enclaves and the larger community. In Arab Americans in Michigan Rosina J. Hassoun outlines the origins, culture, religions, and values of a people whose influence has often exceeded their visibility in the state.

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