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Refugees and the End of Empire : Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration in the Twentieth Century

By: Panayi, Panikos.
Contributor(s): Virdee, Pippa.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011Description: 1 online resource (335 p.).ISBN: 9780230305700.Subject(s): Europe --Emigration and immigration -- History -- 20th century | Forced migration --Europe -- History -- 20th century | Population transfers --Europe -- History -- 20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Refugees and the End of Empire : Imperial Collapse and Forced Migration in the Twentieth CenturyDDC classification: 325 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface: Key Themes, Concepts and Rationale; Notes on Contributors; Part I Introduction; 1 Imperial Collapse and the Creation of Refugees in Twentieth-Century Europe; 2 The End of the European Colonial Empires and Forced Migration: Some Comparative Case Studies; 3 The Tragedy of the Rimlands, Nation-State Formation and the Destruction of Imperial Peoples, 1912-48; Part II Imperial Collapse in Europe and the Middle East; 4 Fantasies of Ethnic Unmixing: 'Population Transfer' and the End of Empire in Europe
5 Displacing Empire: Refugee Welfare, National Activism and State Legitimacy in Austria-Hungary in the First World War6 Integration without Assimilation in an Impermanent Landscape: Dispossession and Forced Migration in the Arab Middle East; 7 Armenian Women Refugees at the End of Empire: Strategies of Survival; Part III The Consequences and Legacies of British Imperial Collapse; 8 'No Home but in Memory': The Legacies of Colonial Rule in the Punjab; 9 Escape from Violence: The 1947 Partition of India and the Migration of Kashmiri Muslim Refugees
10 Dissident Memories: Exploring Bengali Refugee Narratives in the Andaman Islands11 'Green for Come': Moving to York as a Ugandan Asian Refugee; Part IV Conclusion; Conclusions and Legacies; Select Bibliography of Key Works; Index
Summary: An examination of the relationship between imperial collapse, the emergence of successor nationalism, the exclusion of ethnic groups and the refugee experience. Written by both established authorities and younger scholars, this book offers a unique international comparative approach to the study of refugees at the end of empire
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Cover; Half Title; Series; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface: Key Themes, Concepts and Rationale; Notes on Contributors; Part I Introduction; 1 Imperial Collapse and the Creation of Refugees in Twentieth-Century Europe; 2 The End of the European Colonial Empires and Forced Migration: Some Comparative Case Studies; 3 The Tragedy of the Rimlands, Nation-State Formation and the Destruction of Imperial Peoples, 1912-48; Part II Imperial Collapse in Europe and the Middle East; 4 Fantasies of Ethnic Unmixing: 'Population Transfer' and the End of Empire in Europe

5 Displacing Empire: Refugee Welfare, National Activism and State Legitimacy in Austria-Hungary in the First World War6 Integration without Assimilation in an Impermanent Landscape: Dispossession and Forced Migration in the Arab Middle East; 7 Armenian Women Refugees at the End of Empire: Strategies of Survival; Part III The Consequences and Legacies of British Imperial Collapse; 8 'No Home but in Memory': The Legacies of Colonial Rule in the Punjab; 9 Escape from Violence: The 1947 Partition of India and the Migration of Kashmiri Muslim Refugees

10 Dissident Memories: Exploring Bengali Refugee Narratives in the Andaman Islands11 'Green for Come': Moving to York as a Ugandan Asian Refugee; Part IV Conclusion; Conclusions and Legacies; Select Bibliography of Key Works; Index

An examination of the relationship between imperial collapse, the emergence of successor nationalism, the exclusion of ethnic groups and the refugee experience. Written by both established authorities and younger scholars, this book offers a unique international comparative approach to the study of refugees at the end of empire

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ILYAS CHATTHA Post-Doctoral Graduate, the University of Southampton, UK DAWN CHATTY University Reader in Anthropology and Forced Migration, the University of Oxford, UK MATTHEW FRANK Lecturer in International History, the University of Leeds, UK MARK LEVENE Reader in Comparative History, the University of Southampton, UK EMMA ROBERTSON Senior Lecturer in History, Sheffield Hallam University, UK VICTORIA ROWE Post-Doctoral graduate, University of Toronto, Canada UDITI SEN Max Weber Fellow, the European University Institute, Florence, Italy IAN TALBOT Head of History and Director of the Centre for Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies, the University of Southampton, UK JULIE THORPE Research Lecturer in Humanities, the University of Western Sydney, Australia

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