- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Note on Tibetan Transliteration
- Introduction: “We Will Always Hold Tibet in Our Hearts”
- 1 Tibet in Diaspora: Locating the Homeland from the Margins of Exile
- 2 India, New Mexico, and the Specter of Tibet: On the Trail of the Tibetan Diaspora
- 3 “Tibetanness” Where There Is No Tibet: Culture in a World of Nation-States
- 4 Refugees to Citizens, Tibetans, and the State
- 5 The Tibetan U.S. Resettlement Project: The Lottery, the “Lucky 1,000,” and Immigrant Ambassadors
- 6 Tibetans in India: Deterritorialized Culture, Occidental Longing, and Global Imaginaries
- 7 A New Home in Diaspora: The First Years of the TUSRP, 1992–1996
- 8 “Culture Is Your Base Camp”: Tibetans in New Mexico, Youth, and Cultural Identity
- 9 Statelessness and the State: The Meanings of Citizenship
- Conclusion: Tibetans in the New World
- References Cited
- Immigrant Ambassadors
- Stanford University Press
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