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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Higher Education and Social Mobility in France Challenges and Possibilities among Descendants of North African Immigrants
The Migration of Professional Women from Nigeria to the UK Narratives of Work, Family Life and Adaptation
Mobile Citizenship Spatial Privilege and the Transnational Lifestyles of Senior Citizens
Rethinking Privilege and Social Mobility in Middle-Class Migration Migrants ‘In-Between’
Political Dissent and Democratic Remittances The Activities of Russian Migrants in Europe
Migrant Mothers in the Digital Age Emotion and Belonging in Migrant Maternal Online Communities
By Angela McCarthy
November 25, 2022
This book explores the question of whether the conceptualisation of New Zealand as a tolerant, welcoming nation is accurate. Examining historical and contemporary narratives of migrant and refugee discrimination, it considers the economic, social, political, cultural and historical contexts from ...
By Shirin Shahrokni
August 01, 2022
This book offers an in-depth sociological exploration of the social trajectories and experiences of children of post-colonial immigrants in France who are embarking on paths of extreme upward intergenerational mobility. The author draws on life history interviews with young adults of North African ...
By Joy Ogbemudia
July 29, 2022
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 ...
By Katharine Stockland
May 31, 2022
Based on ethnographic research among African Pentecostal Christians living in the UK, this book addresses themes of migration and community formation, religious identity and practice, and social and political exclusion. With attention to strained kinship relationships, precarious labour conditions,...
By Margit Fauser
April 29, 2022
Mobile Citizenship addresses the crucial question of how mobility reconfigures citizenship. Engaging with debates on transnationalism, citizenship, and lifestyle migration, the book draws on ethnographic research and interview material collected among retired lifestyle migrants moving south from ...
By Jana Sverdljuk, Terje Mikael Hasle Joranger, Erika K. Jackson, Peter Kivisto
April 29, 2022
This volume explores the complex and contradictory ways in which the cultural, scientific and political myth of whiteness has influenced identities, self-perceptions and the process of integration of Nordic immigrants into multicultural and racially segregated American society in the nineteenth and...
By Shanthi Robertson, Rosie Roberts
March 25, 2022
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 ...
By Magdalena Kmak, Heta Björklund
February 14, 2022
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 ...
By Joanna Fomina
October 25, 2021
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 ...
By Leah Williams Veazey
May 03, 2021
This book explores the experiences of migrant mothers through the lens of the online communities they have created and participate in. Examining the ways in which migrant mothers build relationships with each other through these online communities and find ways to make a place for themselves and ...
By Parvati Nair, Tendayi Bloom
June 30, 2020
Bringing together scholars and practitioners from a range of disciplinary backgrounds working in Europe, North and South America, South Asia and the Middle East, this volume explores the question of how to ensure that migration research feeds back into improving the lives of migrants. It emphasises...
By Tony Sandset
January 14, 2020
This book examines the ways in which mixed ethnic identities in Scandinavia are formed along both cultural and embodied lines, arguing that while the official discourses in the region refer to a "post-racial" or "color blind" era, color still matters in the lives of people of mixed ethnic descent. ...