Studies of World Migrations


Acquiring Editor: James Engelhardt
Series Editors: Marcelo Borges and Madeline Hsu

The importance of intercontinental migrations today alerts the scholarly world to the need for studies of human mobility not only over long distances but also over time. Migrations are the most human manifestations of globalization, yet scholars have often focused on immigration to particular nations in specific periods of time instead of global or long-term perspectives. The purpose of this series is to focus scholarly attention on the research on human migrations being written across scholarly disciplines, and to encourage a more global and long-term perspective on human mobility.


link to catalog page, A Century of Transnationalism

A Century of Transnationalism

Immigrants and Their Homeland Connections

Author: Edited by Nancy L. Green and Roger Waldinger
Pub Date: September 2016

An extraordinary exploration of questions essential and neglected across migration studies   learn more...

link to catalog page, Migration, Class, and Transnational Identities

Migration, Class, and Transnational Identities

Croatians in Australia and America

Author: Val Colic-Peisker
Pub Date: December 2008

A sophisticated study of transnational migration from the Balkans to Western Australia   learn more...

link to catalog page, Citizenship and Those Who Leave

Citizenship and Those Who Leave

The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation

Author: Edited by Nancy L. Green and François Weil
Pub Date: April 2007

Exodus and national identity   learn more...