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The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City

by Timothy Shortell, Judith DeSena & Noel Anderson

The World in Brooklyn: Gentrification, Immigration, and Ethnic Politics in a Global City, is a collection of scholarly papers which analyze demographic, social, political, and economic trends that are occurring...

The New Americans: How the Melting Pot Can Work Again

by Michael Barone

Sometime in this century, we are told, the United States will become a “majority-minority” country—that is, a nation where whites make up less than 50 percent of the population. Many believe this signals...

European Identity and Culture: Narratives of Transnational Belonging

by Friedman & Thiel

Exploring attempts by various actors - institutions, groups, individuals - to create transnational European identities, European Identity and Culture scrutinizes the cultural formations that have either reignited...

Migration and Remittances from Mexico: Trends, Impacts, and New Challenges

by Alfredo Cuecuecha & Carla Pederzini

Migration and Remittances from Mexico: Trends, Impacts, and New Challenges, edited by Alfredo Cuecuecha and Carla Pederzini, is an indispensable resource for Mexico-U.S. migration studies. It includes a review...

Narratives of Migration and Displacement in Dominican Literature

by Danny Méndez

Establishing an interdisciplinary connection between Migration Studies, Post-Colonial Studies and Affect Theory, Méndez analyzes the symbolic interplay between emotions, cognitions, and displacement in the...

Immigration, Assimilation, and Border Security

by Yoku Shaw-Taylor

This book presents a comprehensive view of the relationship between immigration and border security and the unique challenges that relationship poses by examining the history of immigration, current immigration...

An American Journey: Life Lessons for Parents of Immigrant Children

by Bhagwan Satiani

Valuable teaching moments and life lessons are illustrated in a personal and colorful story told by a successful immigrant parent. Immigrants struggle with merging two cultures. An American Journey teaches life...

Due Process Denied: Detentions and Deportations in the United States

by Tanya Golash-Boza

Due process protections are among the most important Constitutional protections in the United States, yet they do not apply to non-citizens facing detention and deportation. Due Process Denied describes the...

Seeking a Better Future: The English Pioneers of Ontario and Quebec

by Lucille H. H. Campey

Seeking a Better Future is the first major study of emigration from England to Ontario and Quebec. Extensively documented with previously unpublished passenger lists and details of more than 2,000 ship crossings,...

In Search of a Better Life: British and Irish Migration

by Graham Davis

In Search of a Better Life' challenges the traditional histories of British and Irish migration, the stories of oppression and exile that form an essential part of the existing literature. By no means were all...

Cross the River to Home

by Kaye Kelly

An absorbing novel set in 1870s New Zealand about an impossible love between a half-Chinese woman and a young immigrant.Henry arrives in the South Island of New Zealand in search of his sister, who is now living...

Southern Style

by Craig Marriner

The youth from the old colonies head to London, a mecca for hedonism, dangerous encounters and self-discovery in this vibrant, shocking novel by the award-winning writer of Stonedogs. Craig Marriner’s second...

Nigerian Immigrants in the United States: Race, Identity, and Acculturation

by Ezekiel Umo Ette

Nigerian Immigrants in the United States: Race, Identity, and Acculturation, by Ezekiel Ette, attempts to generate an interest in the study of African immigrants by looking at issues of settlement and adjustment...

The Immigrant Advantage: What We Can Learn from Newcomers to America about Health, Happiness and Hope

by Claudia Kolker

Do you have a relative or friend who would gladly wait on you, hand and foot, for a full month after you had a baby? How about someone to deliver a delicious, piping hot home-cooked meal, just like your mother’s,...


by John Burrowes

Irish is the story of the mass migration from Ireland to Glasgow that took place in the wake of the Great Famine of the mid-nineteenth century. It is an epic account of the coming together of a nation and a...

Migration, Diaspora and Information Technology in Global Societies

by Leopoldina Fortunati, Raul Pertierra & Jane Vincent

Migrants and diaspora communities are shaped by their use of information and communication technologies. This book explores the multifaceted role played by new media in the re-location of these groups of people,...

Polenta and Goanna

by Emilio Gabbrielli

In a mysterious castle in Libya where he stumbles upon some unexpected vestiges of the past, the narrator is inspired to tell the story of his extraordinary experiences in Australia. It is a story about the...

The Challenge of the Threshold: Border Closures and Migration Movements in Africa

by Jocelyne Streiff-Fenart, Aurelia Segatti & Julien Brachet

The containment policies aimed at regulating immigration flows towards Europe and emerging economies like South Africa have profoundly altered the dynamics of migration in Africa. Drawing on original empirical...

Home Again: Stories of Migration and Return

by Celia Sorhaindo & Polly Pattullo

What happens when people return to the land of their birth after decades away? The migrants' journey is a well-told story but much less is known about those who return. Why do they go back? What is it like to...

The New Kids: Big Dreams and Brave Journeys at a High School for Immigrant Teens

by Brooke Hauser

Some walked across deserts and mountains to get here. Others flew in on planes. One arrived after escaping in a suitcase. And some won’t say how they got here.

These are “the new kids”: new to America...