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by Leo Lucassen,David Feldman,Jochen Oltmer

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Paths of Integration turns this conventional wisdom on its head, arguing that the history of European migration more closely parallels the . experience than most realize, due to the largely ignored, but extensive, intra-European migration of the same period

Paths of Integration turns this conventional wisdom on its head, arguing that the history of European migration more closely parallels the . experience than most realize, due to the largely ignored, but extensive, intra-European migration of the same period. By placing the European and . examples side by side, the contributors to this volume offer long-term insights on a question that will be of great importance in the coming decades. Скачать (pdf, . 9 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

Paths of Integration. 12 leo lucassen, david feldman and jochen oltmer. IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion). in migration and integration issues in Europe. loured migrants in Western Europe cann ot be compared with intra-. European migrants of the past. eral attitude of receiving societies, transnationalism will exert its influ-. ence over generations to come.

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Leo Lucassen, David Feldman, Jochen Oltmer. David Feldman is senior lecturer at Birkbeck College, University of London. Migrants in Western Europe (1880-2004)

Paths of Integration. Migrants in Western Europe (1880-2004). Publisher: AUP. Pages: 343. ISBN: 9789053568835. 1 Immigrant Integration in Western Europe, Then and Now Leo Lucassen, David Feldman, and Jochen Oltmer 2 Poles and Turks in the German Ruhr Area: Similarities and Differences Leo Lucassen 3 Old and New Migrants in France: Italians and Algerians Marie-Claude Blanc-Chaléard 4 Rural Dimensions at Stake: The Case of Italian Immigrants in Southwestern France Laure Teulières 5 Assigning the State.

One of the first migration scholars who stressed the value of comparing old and new migrants in Western Europe was the French historian Gérard Noiriel.

Published by: Amsterdam University Press. One of the first migration scholars who stressed the value of comparing old and new migrants in Western Europe was the French historian Gérard Noiriel. Inspired by American scholarship he used the concept of the ‘melting pot’ to characterise the settlement process of migrants in France since the 19th century. In one of his earlier studies, on the city of Longwy, situated in the northeast of France, Noiriel used a comparison which may be typified as ‘t’. Focusing on Longwy, which emerged as a.

Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2006. Aristide R. Zolberg, "Timothy J. Hatton and Jeffrey G. Williamson, Global Migration and the World Economy: Two Centuries of Policy and Performance; Leo Lucassen, David Feldman, and Jochen Oltmer, ed. Paths of Integration: Migrants in Western Europe (1800–2004). " The Journal of Modern History 80, no. 4 (December 2008): 912-915. Leo Lucassen David Feldman Jochen Oltmer. Migration, Integration and the State in Germany. 78. Jochen Oltmer ‘To Live as Germans Among Germans

Paths of Integration. Cover illustration: Hollandse Hoogte, Magnum. Cover design: Studio Jan de Boer bno, Amsterdam Lay-out: Fito Prepublishing, Almere. Jochen Oltmer ‘To Live as Germans Among Germans. Immigration and Integration of ‘Ethnic Germans’ in the German Empire and the Weimar Republic.

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In addition to migration from outside Europe this chapter pays ample attention to patterns of mobility within Europe. The analyses on flows of migration are supplemented by a sketch of the residing immigrant population across Europe.

In the 1990s, as concern grew in the United States about the integration of large numbers of immigrants, scholars searching for historical parallels looked to the last great period of immigration, ffrom 1880 to 1914. That example, however, is generally viewed as inapplicable to the current immigration debates in Europe. Paths of Integration turns this conventional wisdom on its head, arguing that the history of European migration more closely parallels the U.S. experience than most realize, due to the largely ignored, but extensive, intra-European migration of the same period. By placing the European and U.S. examples side by side, the contributors to this volume offer long-term insights on a question that will be of great importance in the coming decades.