2 edition of Migration within the empire found in the catalog.
Migration within the empire
E. A. Belcher
Includes bibliography and index.
|Statement||by E. A. Belcher and James A. Williamson.|
|Series||The British Empire -- 12|
|Contributions||Williamson, James A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 280p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
Migration and Empire provides a unique comparison of the motives, means, and experiences of three main flows of empire migrants. During the nineteenth century, the proportion of UK migrants heading to empire destinations, especially to Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, increased substantially and remained high. These migrants included so-called 'surplus women' and 'children in need', shipped. The essays in this collection address issues significant to labor within regional, national and international contexts. Themes of the chapters will focus on managed labor migration; organizing in multi-ethnic and multi-national contexts; global economics and labor; global economics and inequality; gender and labor; racism and globalization; regional trade agreements and labor.
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Examines migration within the British Empire and wider ‘Anglosphere’, taking Australia as a focus with a series of case studies ; Examines the complex contact between settlers and indigenous peoples, informed by the diversity of migrants’ backgrounds, ethnicities, religious affiliations and gender.
Migration and Empire provides a unique comparison of the motives, means, and experiences of three main flows of empire migrants. During the nineteenth century, the proportion of UK migrants heading to empire destinations, especially to Canada, Australia, and Format: Paperback.
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This chapter opens by describing the changing volume of UK emigration, particularly though not only to empire destinations (and not only to the colonies of ‘white settlement’), as well as the movement of non‐white migrants around the empire and of others entering from outside.
It then sets the agenda for the rest of the book. The relationship between migrant flows, using a dual labour Author: Marjory Harper. Supporters of Migration. In John Seeley, Chair of Modern History at Cambridge, produced a best-seller, 'The Expansion of England' in which he denounced the lack of interest in the British Empire by the British people despite the Empire being at the time the largest empire ever and despite a huge exodus of its people words that ' we seem to have conquered and peopled half the.
Empire, migration and identity in the British World Book Description: The essays in this volume have been written by leading experts in their respective fields and bring together established scholars with a new generation of migration and transnational historians.
Their work weaves together the ‘new’ imperial and the ‘new’ migration histories, and is essential reading for scholars and students interested in the interplay of migration within and between the local, regional, imperial, and transnational by: 9.
Migration and Empire is a useful contribution to the Oxford History of the British Empire Companion series. In the book, Marjory Harper and Stephen Constantine offer a broad examination of immigration to and emigration from the empire and from within and beyond its boundaries from to the s.
While migration provides the thematic ‘way in’, however, it is also offered as something of a ‘grand narrative’ of its own. Whether the authors would agree with Niall Ferguson that the British Empire ‘made’ the modern world is doubtful, but they are certainly in no doubt as to the lasting impact of migration within that empire.
Empire, migration and identity in the British world. This volume brings together established scholars with a new generation of migration and transnational historians. Their work weaves together the 'new' imperial and the 'new' migration histories, and explores the interplay of migration within and between the local, regional, imper.
Historical migration into or within Europe has mostly taken the form of military invasion, but there have been exceptions; this concerns notably population movements within the Roman Empire under the Pax Romana; the Jewish diaspora in Europe was the result of the First Jewish–Roman War of AD 66– With the collapse of the Roman Empire, migration was again mostly coupled with warlike.
Migration and Empire ends with a thoughtful examination of our more recent past. Even inlong after the Empire had disappeared and the colonies were mature nations, million UK-born people - "expatriates", as we like to call ourselves - were living overseas. Such. The essays in this collection address issues significant to labor within regional, national and international contexts.
Themes of the chapters will focus on managed labor migration; organizing in multi-ethnic and multi-national contexts; global economics and labor; global economics and inequality; gender and labor; racism and globalization; regional trade agreements and by: 4.
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As noted by many, the coincidence between empire and migration is not perfect since many people migrated during empire but outside the formal imperial space or within the imperial space but before. Buy AQA GCSE History: Migration, Empires and the People UK ed.
by Mohamud, Abdul, Whitburn, Robin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(9). The Migration Period was a period that lasted from AD (possibly as early as ) toduring which there were widespread invasions of peoples within or into Europe, during and after the decline of the Western Roman Empire, mostly into Roman territory, notably the Germanic tribes and the period has also been seen as an English translation of the German term Völkerwanderung It Event: Tribes invading the declining Roman Empire.created stresses within Scottish society which persisted well into the 20th century.
2. MIGRATION AND SCOTTISH SOCIETY MIGRATION WITHIN SCOTLAND Migration is the movement of people within a country. Normally it is associated with the shift of people File Size: KB.Nathan Grassi – “SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome by Mary Beard is a hefty history book but throughout Beard discusses the concept of migration, through the eyes of the Ancient Romans.
The Empire had its failings, of course (bloodshed, rape, war, eating roasted mice), but central to their beliefs was the foundation myth of the city by a war.