5 edition of Transatlantic migration found in the catalog.
Thelma M. Smith
Bibliography: p. 197-245.
|Statement||by Thelma M. Smith and Ward L. Miner.|
|Contributions||Miner, Ward L., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PS161.F7 S6 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||68029749|
"The stories that Altman relates are revealing accounts of individual experiences in a transatlantic community." —Hispanic American Historical Review "This superb case study of migration from a Spanish town to an emerging community in New Spain over a year period has broad applicability and implications for the study of transatlantic migration in the early modern period.". Ireland and Irish America: Culture, Class, and Transatlantic Kerby A. Miller. (Dublin: Field Day, xii, pp. Paper, £, ISBN )Author: Michael F. Funchion.
This book is the third major product of the Transatlantic Council on Migration. It is a result of the deliberations and thinking of the Transatlantic Council on Migration, which brings together leading political figures, policymakers and innovative thinkers-pollsters, political consultants, journalists, community organizers and politicians-from. The early twentieth century was marked by massive migration of southern Europeans to the United States. Transatlantic Subjects views this diaspora through the lens of Greek migrant life to reveal the emergence of transnational forms of subjectivity. According to Ioanna Laliotou, cultural institutions and practices played an important role in the formation of migrant subjectivities.
Drew Keeling, Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States, , Zurich, Chronos (), xix+ pp. The Business of Transatlantic Migration combines the interests of business, migration and transport historians as regards the mass migration of Europeans to the US from to the start of World War I. Keeling's main goal in this work is to link the history of. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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: Crossings: The Great Transatlantic Migrations, – (): Nugent, Transatlantic migration book BooksCited by: Crossings: The Great Transatlantic Migrations, by Walter T.
Nugent and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at During the periodthe Atlantic was a broad highway for Transatlantic migration book. Unchecked by government restrictions, wars, or economic depressions, and aided by the new technologies of steamships and railroads, millions of people uprooted their lives and set off for new lands.
Americans understand this story as a great saga of immigrants and assimilation of people drawn to the United States as 5/5(1). “A dazzlingly talented author’s latest high-wire act Reminiscent of the finest work of Michael Ondaatje and Michael Cunningham, TransAtlantic is Colum McCann’s most penetrating novel yet.”—O: The Oprah Magazine “What distinguishes TransAtlantic from [Colum] McCann’s earlier work isn’t the stunning language or the psychological acuity or the humor and imagination on /5().
Between andperhaps seven million men and women left Ireland and crossed the Atlantic. Ireland and Irish America is concerned with Catholics and Protestants, rural and urban dwellers, men and women on both sides of that vast ocean.
Drawing on over thirty years of research, in sources as disparate as emigrants' letters and demographic data, it recovers the experiences and opinions of.
In The Business of Transatlantic Migration, Drew Keeling provides a history of early twentieth century migration from Europe to the United States that focuses on the decisions and interactions of migrants, shipping companies and immigration policy-makers.
The book provides a wealth of statistical and narrative information that will be of. The first half of TransAtlantic features non-fictional stories about great men, united by theme but not by narrative.
In the second half, McCann invents a fictional family of women to tie all the Author: Theo Tait. TransAtlantic is a novel by Colum McCann, published in June Based upon the book, Colum wrote the lyrics for Clannad's song "TransAtlantic", released with the album Nádúr in September He also wrote the liner notes for the : Colum McCann.
Transatlantic migration and deep mid-ocean diving by basking shark Mauvis A Gore, 1, 2, * David Rowat, 1, 3 Jackie Hall, 4 Fiona R Gell, 5 and Rupert F Ormond 2, 6 1 University Marine Biological Station, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae KA28 0EG, UKCited by: The Transatlantic Council on Migration (TCM) is a unique deliberative body that examines vital policy issues and informs migration policymaking processes across the Atlantic community.
The Council’s work is at the cutting edge of policy analysis and evaluation and is thus an essential tool of policymaking. Other articles where Great Atlantic Migration is discussed: human migration: in history was the so-called Great Atlantic Migration from Europe to North America, the first major wave of which began in the s with mass movements from Ireland and Germany.
In the s a second and larger wave developed from eastern and southern Europe; between and some In fact, Laliotou's book is valuable precisely because it develops a firmly transatlantic perspective in which migration, migrants and their representations connect Greece and America. Readers of footnotes will also quickly note, however, that for Laliotou (at least in this book) "America" means primarily the United States.
Excerpts from reviews of. The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States, "An excellent study, extremely informative, compellingly written, showing how bringing together very different sources can enrich. The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States, – The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States and both specialists and generalists will thus benefit from his book.
For the study of transatlantic movement between Germany and North America this book adds a new facet Author: Nicole K. Konopka. The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States, by Drew Keeling is the first systematic examination of the business of mass migration travel across the North Atlantic during the period of unprecedented globalization prior to World War I.
This book describes the transatlantic experience of Austrian and Hungarian migrants from to Through socio-economic, demographic, and cultural analyses, the authors recount how newly arrived immigrants struggled to adapt to the new sociocultural mores of America while upholding their own traditions and language.
Transatlantic migration refers to the movement of people across the Atlantic Ocean in order to settle on the continents of North and South America.
It usually refers to migrations after Christopher Columbus' voyage to the Americas in This children's book will be interesting to children because it is a true story about the Transatlantic Slave Trade and things that happened to slaves as they were forced into our country.
It allows children to think about the unfair ways African Americans were treated and imagine what it would be like to be a slave.5/5. Wall or no wall, deeply intertwined social, economic, business, cultural, and personal relationships mean the U.S.-Mexico border is more like a seam than a barrier, weaving together two economies and cultures, as MPI President Andrew Selee sketches in this book, which draws from his travels and discussions with people from all walks of life in Mexico and the United States.
In the National Book Award–winning Let the Great World Spin, Colum McCann thrilled readers with a marvelous high-wire act of fiction that The New York Times Book Review called "an emotional tour de force." Now McCann demonstrates once again why he is one of the most acclaimed and essential authors of his generation with a soaring novel that spans continents, leaps centuries, and unites a.
The sixteenth-century changes wrought by expansion of Spanish empire into Peru shaped the ways of being a family in colonial Peru. Even as migration, race mixture, and transculturation took place, family members fulfilled obligations to one another by adapting custom to a changing world.
Family began to shift when, from the moment of their arrival inSpaniards were joined with elite.This volume by MPI’s Transatlantic Council on Migration examines how immigrants have fared economically and in the labor market during the global economic crisis. It focuses on seven country.In his book, The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the United States, –, Drew Keeling explores the “history of the eleven million Europe-born migrants who made nineteen million ocean crossings on eighteen thousand voyages of several hundred vessels of two dozen steamship lines plying between Europe and the principle ports of the United States.”.