Wellen reconstructs the little-told story of the Wajorese diaspora. Wajorese migrants exhibited remarkable versatility in adapting to local conditions in the areas where they settled. They perpetuated their own culture overseas while simultaneously using various assimilation strategies such as intermarriage to thrive in their adopted homelands. The Open Door's thematic organization allows readers with specific interests such as commercial law, family networks, diaspora, and comparative politics.
Kathryn Anderson Wellen is a researcher at the Royal Institute for Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV) in Leiden, The Netherlands.
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