Over the past decade there have been significant advances in the field of migration and ethnic studies, ranging in topic from ethnic conflict and discrimination to nationalism, citizenship, and integration policy. But many of these studies are oriented towards the United States, slighting, when not outright ignoring, the European perspective. This volume—the first in a set of four—will fill this research gap, gathering essays that have set a benchmark for research on and in Europe
- Martiniello M. and Rath J. (Eds.), Selected Studies in International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation, Amsterdam University Press, IMISCOE Textbooks, Amsterdam (2010), 628 p.