H-Migration is dedicated to enhancing scholarly contributions on the global history of migration and the acculturation of immigrants and their descendants into their new society.

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CfSubmissions (journal special issue): "Mobilities, Immobilities and Inequalities: Interrogating ‘Travelling’ Ideas in English Language Education and English Medium Instruction" in Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration

Special Issue CfP: Mobilities, Immobilities and Inequalities: Interrogating ‘Travelling’ Ideas in English Language Education and English Medium Instruction in the Asia Pacific and Broader Middle East Regions

Guest Editors: Phan Le Ha (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, and Universiti Brunei Darussalam, Brunei), Dat Bao (Monash University, Australia), and Osman Barnawi (Royal Commission Colleges and Institutes at Yanbu, Saudi Arabia).

New Book: Uncommon Alliances: Cultural Narratives of Migration in the New Europe (Natasa Kovacevic)

List members may be interested in my new book Uncommon Alliances: Cultural Narratives of Migration in the New Europe, which brings into conversation postcolonial and postcommunist migration narratives from Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe as it furthers a critique of the European Union as a "consensual" imperial space. If you are interested in ordering the book for your university library, please email me at nkovacev@emich.edu so I can send you a publisher's flyer bearing a 30% discount. 

Author: Natasa Kovacevic

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