Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture 13.1 is out now and OA! Special Issue

Intellect is pleased to announce that Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture 13.1 is out now!

 

Special Issue: ‘Night Stories: Urban Narratives of Migrant Lives in Europe’

 

This issue is Open Access!

 

For more information about the journal and issue click here>>

https://www.intellectbooks.com/crossings-journal-of-migration-culture

 

Aims and Scope

 

Open access book: Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period

The book Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period explores the linkages between Southern Europe and South America in the post-World War II period, through organized migration and development policies.

New Open Access Book: Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period

The book Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period explores the linkages between Southern Europe and South America in the post-World War II period, through organized migration and development policies.

Open access book: Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period

The book Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period explores the linkages between Southern Europe and South America in the post-World War II period, through organized migration and development policies.

CFP: Families in Transit: Child-bearing, Child-rearing and Inheritance during Displacement, September 21-23, 2022, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Stories about refugees are almost always stories about families. From ancient times when deportations accompanied military defeats to the modern migrations unleashed by conflict, persecution and climate change, children within displaced families have continuously demanded care. And yet, the archival record and the narratives drawn from it rarely capture the seemingly "invisible" work performed by biological and circumstantial caregivers during periods of displacement.

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