Volume 3, No. 1ArticlesThe Victory of National Interest: Debates on the Belgian Forced Return Policy, 1998–2013 1Jef Poppelmonde and Idesbald GoddeerisThe Influence of the Media on Policies in Practice: Hungarian Refugee Resettlement in the Netherlands in 1956 22Marlou Schrover and Tycho WalaardtMigrants and the Public World in Scotland, 1885–1939: A Way Forward for Comparative Research 54Terence McBrideProtecting Dutch Girls from the Harem: Premarital Counselling for Mixed Marriages with Muslim Men 78Betty de HartProstitution Regulation and Restriction: Dutch Dual Policy 1911–1949 104Mariëlle KleijnThe Contrasts of Migration Narratives. From Germany to the Swedish Garment Industry during the 1950s 131Johan SvanbergPrivate Companies of Colonisation and Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Brazil 157Patricia BosenbeckerVolume 3, No. 2ArticlesIntroduction to the Special Issue on Migrations in Slavic, Tsarist Russian and Soviet History 173Dirk HoerderMigration and Cultural Contact in the Emergence of Rus’-land, Sixth to Nineteenth Centuries 179Dirk Hoerder‘Our Greatest Riches’: Horses at the Intersection of Settler and Kazakh Society in the Late Imperial Period 210Sean McDanielAlien or Refugee? The Politics of Russian Émigré Claims to British Asylum at the Turn of the Twentieth Century 229Lynne Ann HartnettMoving People during the Great Patriotic War: A Comparative Perspective 254Lewis SiegelbaumSoviet Socialist Stars and Neoliberal Losers: Young Labour Migrants in Moscow, 1971–1991 274Emily J. Elliott
Journal of Migration History – Brill
Published: Sep 27, 2017
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