The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration provides a complete exploration of the prominent themes, events, and theoretical underpinnings of the movements of human populations from prehistory to the present day.
|Author||Immanuel Ness, Saër Maty Bâ, Michael Borgolte, Donna Gabaccia, Dirk Hoerder, Alex Julca, Cecilia Menjivar, Marlou Schrover and Gregory Woolf|
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The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration
The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration provides a complete exploration of the prominent themes, events, and theoretical underpinnings of the movements of human populations from prehistory to the present day. It includes thematic interpretations and theories of migration, as well as the significant contemporary scientific discoveries and scholarly interpretations that have reshaped the way historians and social scientists analyze and map the past.
The print version of this encyclopedia is arranged thematically and alphabetically, with a first volume dedicated exclusively to prehistoric migration. The online version offers powerful searching, browsing, and cross-referencing capabilities. The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration is also available as a five-volume print set, which will be published in February 2013. This state-of-the-art resource features over 600 entries from a multi-disciplinary group of scholars in the field.
Saër Maty Bâ, Bangor University, UK
Michael Borgolte, Humboldt University
Donna Gabaccia, University of Minnesota
Dirk Hoerder, Arizona State University
Alex Julca, United Nations
Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University
Marlou Schrover, University of Leiden
Gregory Woolf, University of St. Andrews
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