Over the earlier decade there were major advances within the box of migration and ethnic experiences, ranging in subject from ethnic clash and discrimination to nationalism, citizenship, and integration coverage. yet a lot of those stories are orientated in the direction of the U.S., slighting, while no longer outright ignoring, the eu standpoint. This volume—the first in a collection of four—will fill this examine hole, amassing essays that experience set a benchmark for learn on and in Europe.

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