Ch. 1. Transnational Projects: A New Perspective -- Ch. 2. Theoretical Issues -- Ch. 3. The Making of West Indian Transmigrant Populations: Examples from St. Vincent and Grenada -- Ch. 4. Hegemony, Transnational Practices, and the Multiple Identities of Vincentians and Grenadian Transmigrants -- Ch. 5. The Establishment of Haitian Transnational Social Fields -- Ch. 6. Not What We Had in Mind: Hegemonic Agendas, Haitian Transnational Practices, and Emergent Identities -- Ch. 7. Different Settings, Same Outcome: Transnationalism as a Global Process -- Ch. 8. There's No Place Like Home.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 293-329) and index.