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Studies in Migration and Diaspora


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Series now in its 20th year

Studies in Migration and Diaspora is a series designed to showcase the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary nature of research in this important field. Volumes in the series cover local, national and global issues and engage with both historical and contemporary events. The books will appeal to scholars, students and all those engaged in the study of migration and diaspora. Amongst the topics covered are minority ethnic relations, transnational movements and the cultural, social and political implications of moving from 'over there', to 'over here'.

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Uyghur Identity and Culture A Global Diaspora in a Time of Crisis

Uyghur Identity and Culture: A Global Diaspora in a Time of Crisis

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Rebecca Clothey, Dilmurat Mahmut
June 03, 2024

Uyghur Identity and Culture brings together the work of scholars, activists, and native Uyghurs to explore the history and growing challenges that the Uyghur diaspora face across the globe in response to shifting government policies forbidding many forms of cultural expression in their homeland.   ...

The Migration of Professional Women from Nigeria to the UK Narratives of Work, Family Life and Adaptation

The Migration of Professional Women from Nigeria to the UK: Narratives of Work, Family Life and Adaptation

1st Edition

By Joy Ogbemudia
January 29, 2024

Based on interviews with women who were professionals in different fields in Nigeria prior to migrating, The Migration of Professional Women from Nigeria to the UK examines the ways in which professional, middle-class women make sense of their lived experiences, their roles in migration ...

Social Media in the Lives of Young Connected Migrants Making and Unmaking Boundaries

Social Media in the Lives of Young Connected Migrants: Making and Unmaking Boundaries

1st Edition

By Xinyu Zhao
December 12, 2023

Digital media are a key part of everyday social life for international migrants. However, we don’t know enough about how these migrants critically understand and cope with the cultures and infrastructures of ubiquitous connectivity while on the move. Social Media in the Lives of Young Connected ...

Polish Immigrant Organizations in Germany The Transnational Opportunity Structure

Polish Immigrant Organizations in Germany: The Transnational Opportunity Structure

1st Edition

By Michał Nowosielski
December 11, 2023

Polish Immigrant Organizations in Germany examines the situation of Polish immigrant organizations in Germany. Based on in-depth, mixed-method research consisting of surveys, case studies, and interviews with immigrants, representatives of institutions involved in the implementation of integration ...

Migrant Narratives Storytelling as Agency, Belonging and Community

Migrant Narratives: Storytelling as Agency, Belonging and Community

1st Edition

Edited By Brigitte Bönisch-Brednich, Anastasia Christou, Silke Meyer, Marie Johanna Karner, Anton Jakob Escher
November 30, 2023

With a focus on migrant narratives, or the storytelling about migration, this volume considers the ways in which migration is and has been shaped by individual and collective experiences of agency, belonging and community. Driven by an agenda of deep listening, each chapter presents a narrative ...

Migration and Families in East and North Europe Translocal Lifelines

Migration and Families in East and North Europe: Translocal Lifelines

1st Edition

Edited By Laura Assmuth, Marit Aure, Marina Hakkarainen, Pihla Maria Siim
September 30, 2023

This book explores the phenomenon of familyhood across borders, examining the experience of translocal familyhood and the manner in which lifelines in and between countries are formed when individual family members spend long periods away from home. Drawing on long-term ethnographic research, it ...

Polish Return Migration after Brexit A Sociological Forecast

Polish Return Migration after Brexit: A Sociological Forecast

1st Edition

By Marek Wodawski, Stanisław Fel, Jarosław Kozak
November 08, 2023

This book explores the attitudes of Polish migrants towards the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union and considers possible return migration trajectories that may result. Based on quantitative sociological research conducted in Britain, it investigates the perceptions of Polish people...

Political Dissent and Democratic Remittances The Activities of Russian Migrants in Europe

Political Dissent and Democratic Remittances: The Activities of Russian Migrants in Europe

1st Edition

By Joanna Fomina
September 25, 2023

With a focus on the most recent wave of political emigration from Russia unleashed during President Vladimir Putin’s third term, this book explores the activities of those who voice political dissent after leaving their country. Based on rich ethnographic data and interviews gathered among Russian ...

Refugees and Knowledge Production Europe's Past and Present

Refugees and Knowledge Production: Europe's Past and Present

1st Edition

Edited By Magdalena Kmak, Heta Björklund
September 25, 2023

Building on research within the fields of exile studies and critical migration studies and drawing links between historical and contemporary ‘refugee scholarship’, this volume challenges the bias of methodological nationalism and Eurocentrism in discussing the multifaceted forms of knowledge ...

Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration Migrants ‘In-Between’

Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration: Migrants ‘In-Between’

1st Edition

Edited By Shanthi Robertson, Rosie Roberts
September 25, 2023

This volume explores the experiences of a wide variety of middle-class migrant groups across the globe, including ‘ethnic entrepreneurs’ building new businesses in cosmopolitan neighbourhoods in Sydney; Chinese grandparents shuttling between Australia, China and Singapore to support their extended ...

Race and the Colour-Line The Boundaries of Europeanness in Poland

Race and the Colour-Line: The Boundaries of Europeanness in Poland

1st Edition

By Bolaji Balogun
August 11, 2023

Race and the Colour-Line addresses the foundational ideas about race and colonialism in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and reconnects them to the global manifestations that influenced them. Focusing on race and colonialism, this book indicates a shift in the global racial discourse – an ...

African Heritage Australian Youth Forced Displacement, Educational Attainment, and Integration Outcomes

African Heritage Australian Youth: Forced Displacement, Educational Attainment, and Integration Outcomes

1st Edition

By Tebeje Molla
July 28, 2023

In the last four decades, Australia has resettled thousands of African refugees. As a visibly different minoritised group, Black African youth are often represented as disengaged, dangerous, and undesirable. Even so, rarely are generative mechanisms that negatively affect the life-courses of the ...

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