Praise for The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration.
Contents to Volume I: Prehistory.
Notes on Contributors.
1: Prehistoric Migration and the Rise of Humanity.
2: The Peopling of the World during the Pleistocene.
3: The Earliest Stages of Hominin Dispersal in Africa and Eurasia.
4: Hominin Migrations before Homo Sapiens: Out of Africa – How Many Times?.
5: Early Old World Migrations of Homo Sapiens: Human Biology.
6: Early Old World Migrations of Homo Sapiens: Archaeology.
7: Pleistocene Migrations in the Southeast Asian Archipelagos.
8: The Human Colonization of Australia.
9: The Human Colonization of the Americas: Archaeology.
10: The Human Colonization of the Americas: Population Genetics.
11: Holocene Migrations.
12: Neolithic Migrations: Food Production and Population Expansion.
13: Human Migrations and the Histories of Major Language Families.
14: Sub-Saharan Africa: Linguistics.
15: Sub-Saharan Africa: Archaeology.
16: Sub-Saharan Africa: Human Genetics.
17: Levant and North Africa: Afroasiatic Linguistic History.
18: Levant and North Africa: Archaeology.
19: Anatolia and the Balkans: Archaeology.
20: Europe and Western Asia: Genetics and Population History.
21: Europe and Western Asia: Indo-European Linguistic History.
22: Europe: Neolithic Colonization.
23: Northern Europe and Russia: Uralic Linguistic History.
24: Central Asia: Genetics and Archaeology.
25: Northern and Northeastern Asia: Archaeology.
26: Northeastern and Central Asia: “Altaic” Linguistic History.
27: Eastern Asia: Sino-Tibetan Linguistic History.
28: Eastern Asia: Archaeology.
29: Eastern Asia and Japan: Human Biology.
30: Japan: Archaeology.
31: Korea: Archaeology.
32: South Asia: Dravidian Linguistic History.
33: South Asia: Archaeology.
34: Trans-Indian Ocean Migration.
35: Southeast Asian Mainland: Linguistic History.
36: Southeast Asian Mainland: Archaeology.
37: Southeast Asian Islands and Oceania: Austronesian Linguistic History.
38: Southeast Asian Islands: Archaeology.
39: Southeast Asian Islands and Oceania: Human Genetics.
40: Papua New Guinea: Indigenous Migrations in the Recent Past.
41: Oceania: Lapita Migration.
42: Micronesian Archaeology.
43: Polynesia, East and South, Including Transpacific Migration.
44: Australia: Linguistic History.
45: North America: Na Dene/Athapaskan Archaeology and Linguistics.
46: North America: Eskimo-Aleut Linguistic History.
47: North America: Paleoeskimo and Inuit Archaeology.
48: Eastern North America: Archaeology and Linguistics.
49: Mesoamerica and the Southwestern United States: Linguistic History.
50: Mesoamerica and the Southwestern United States: Archaeology.
51: Caribbean Islands: Archaeology.
52: Amazonia: Linguistic History.
53: Amazonia: Archaeology.
54: Andes: Linguistic History.
55: Andes: Archaeology.
1: Acadian Migration, Canada to Louisiana.
2: Adoption and Migration.
3: Africa, Commerce and Pre-Colonial Migration.
4: Africa, Fulbe Migrations.
5: Africa, Gender and Migration.
6: Africa, Health and Migration.
7: Africa, Immigrant Legislation and Laws.
8: Africa, Internal Migration.
9: Africa, Medieval Era Migrations: An Overview.
10: Africa, South of the Sahara, Intra- and Intercontinental Population Movements.
11: African Diasporas, Theories, Representations and Definitions.
12: African Emigration to United Kingdom.
13: African Maghreb, Migration to the European Union, 1980–Present.
14: African Slave Trade and Maritime Transportation.
15: Agriculture and Migration.
16: Air Travel.
17: Albanian-Speaking Migration, Mid-19th Century to Present.
18: Andes, Migration, 1900 to Present.
19: Anglo-American Migration to Mexico, 19th to Early 20th Century.
20: Anglo-Saxon Migrations.
21: Anomie, Psychological Disillusionment.
22: Anthropology of Migration.
23: Anticolonialism, Decolonialism, Neocolonialism.
24: Arab Diaspora, United States.
25: Arab Gulf Cooperation Council in Southwest Asia Migration.
26: Arctic Migrations.
27: Argentina, Migration, Mid-19th Century to Present.
28: Armed Conflict and Refugees.
29: Armenian Diaspora.
30: Arts, Music, and Migration.
31: Ascetics, Missionaries, and Pilgrims, Medieval Era.
32: Asia, Development and Migration.
33: Asia, Gender and Migration.
34: Asia, Migration and Development Nexus.
35: Asian Indentured Immigration to the Caribbean, 1838–1917.
36: Asian Migration to Australia.
37: Asian and Minority Banks.
38: Assimilation, Integration, and Incorporation.
40: Atlantic Early Modern Migrations and Economic Globalization.
41: Atlantic Historical Migrations, 1500–1965.
42: Australasia, Immigrant Legislation and Laws.
43: Australia, Internal Migration.
44: Australia, Migration, Early 20th Century to Present.
45: Austria, Migration, Mid-19th Century to Present.
46: Balkans, Global Migration, Ethnic Conflict, and Class Struggle.
47: Balkans, Migration, Mid-19th Century to Present.
48: Baltic Sea Colonizations, Medieval Era.
49: Baltic States, Migration 20th Century to Present.
50: Bangladesh, Migration, 1969 to Present.
51: Barbarian Migrations (Völkerwanderung).
52: Basque Country Migrations, Ancient to 17th Century.
53: Basque Diaspora, 18th–20th Century.
54: Belgium, Migration, 1946 to Present.
55: Berbers and Arabs in the Maghreb and Europe, Medieval Era.
56: Berne Initiative.
57: Bilateral Labor Agreements.
58: Biodiversity, Climate Change, and Migration.
59: Bonded Labor and Migration, India.
60: Bonded Labor and Migration, Russia.
61: Bonded Labor and Migration, United States.
63: Borderlands and Cultural Bonds.
64: Brain Drain, Brain Gain, India.
65: Brazil: Emigration, 1968 to Present.
66: Brazil: Internal Migration.
67: Brazil: Migration and Demographic Change, 1800–1975.
68: Britain, Migration, c.1800 to Present.
69: British Isles, Medieval Colonization.
70: Bulgaria, Migration Late 19th Century to Present.
71: Business and Professional Migrants.
72: Byzantium, Medieval Era Migrations.
73: Cameroon, Migration 1960s to Present.
74: Canada: Gender and Migration.
75: Canada: Immigration and Settlement.
76: Canada: Internal Migration.
77: Canada: Migration to the United States.
78: Canada: 20th-Century Migration.
79: Caribbean African Diaspora, 19th–20th Century.
80: Caribbean Agriculture and Migration.
81: The Caribbean and Circum-Caribbean Migration, 16th Century to the Present.
82: Caribbean: Culture and Migration.
83: Caribbean: Dutch Migration, Early 20th Century to Present.
84: Caribbean: English-Speaking Emigration, 1950s to Present.
85: Caribbean: English-Speaking Regional and External Migration, 1830s–2000.
86: Caribbean: French-Speaking Migration and Settlement.
87: Caribbean: Gender and Migration.
88: Caribbean Migration to Canada.
89: Caribbean, Spanish Migration, 19th Century to Present.
90: Caste and International Migration, India to the UK.
91: Caucasus, Migration 19th Century to Present.
92: Central America: Gender and Migration.
93: Central America: Migration 1960s to Present.
94: Central America: Migration Patterns and Remittances.
95: Central America: Regional Migration and Border Policies.
96: Central Asia: Migration, Early 20th Century to Present.
97: Central and Eastern European Migration, Post-World War II to Present.
98: Child Labor and Migration.
99: Children of Migrants.
100: Children and Migration: Disease and Illness.
101: Children: Migration and Human Capital.
102: Children, Migration, and Human Rights.
103: Chile, Migration 1885 to Present.
104: China: Ancient Era Migrations.
105: China: Immigrant Legislation and Laws.
106: China and Inner Central Asia, 7th–13th-Century Migrations.
107: China: Internal Migration.
108: China: Medieval Era Migrations.
109: China: Profit-Driven Institutions and Emigration Promotion.
110: China: Rural Migration.
112: Chinese Emigration to 1948.
113: Chinese Migrant Workers and Primitive Accumulation of Capital.
114: Chinese Migration, 1949 to Present.
115: Chinese Migration Since 1368.
116: Chinese in Southeast Asia, c.1400–1950.
117: Chinese Urban Migration and Politics.
118: Circular Migration.
119: Circular Migration and Gender.
121: Citizenship Education and Migration.
122: Citizenship, Nationality, and Legal Status.
123: Climate Change, Migration, and Displacement.
124: Climate Change and Migration: An Overview.
125: Co-Ethnic Employees.
127: Concentration Camps.
128: Congo (DRC), Migration, 1960 to Present.
129: Convict Labor and Migration.
130: Cosmopolitanism and Migrant Rights.
131: Criminality and Victimization.
132: Cross-Cultural Bonds.
1: Crusades: Middle East Migration, Medieval Era.
2: Cuba: Immigration and Emigration.
3: Cuba: Migration to United States, 1957 to Present.
4: Cultural and Social Memory.
5: Culture and Economics of Migration.
6: Culture and Migration, a Critical Assessment.
7: Czech Republic and Slovakia, Migration 19th Century to Present.
8: Day Laborers in the United States.
9: Demographic Deficit and Migration.
10: Demographic Transformation of Populations.
11: Demographics and Migration: An Overview.
12: Denmark, Migration 16th Century to Present.
13: Dependency Theory.
14: Deportation of Migrants, Netherlands 19th–20th Century.
15: Deportation: An Overview.
16: Development Partnership, Diaspora and Subnational Development Institutions.
17: Development and Receiving Countries.
18: Development and Underdevelopment.
19: Diasporas and Colonization in Classical Antiquity.
20: Diasporas: Diversity and Entrepreneurship.
21: Diasporas: Historical and Conceptual Analysis.
22: Disasters and Migration.
23: Discrimination and Migration: National and Ethnic Origin.
24: Discrimination and Migration: Race.
25: Displaced Persons.
26: Diversity and Mobility, Theoretical Perspectives.
27: Doctors and Migration.
28: Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Migration.
29: Domestic Workers and Migration.
30: DREAM Act, Citizenship, and Mobilization.
31: Dual Citizenship and Nationality.
32: Dublin system.
33: Dutch Colonization and Settlement.
34: East Africa: Migration 1960s to Present.
35: East Africa: Slave Migrations.
36: Eastern Europe: Medieval Era Colonizations and Reclamation of Land.
37: Ecology and Migration.
38: ECOWAS and Migration.
39: Ecuador, Migration 19th Century to Present.
40: Emancipation from Slavery, Modern Era.
41: Environmentally Induced Migration, Theoretical and Methodological Research Challenges.
42: Ethnic and National Pride.
43: Ethnic Cleansing.
44: Ethnic Enclaves and Niches.
45: Ethnic Enclaves and Niches: Theory.
46: Ethnic Selection in Immigration to Latin America.
47: Ethnicity Theory for Migration Research.
48: Europe: Gender and Migration.
49: Europe: Immigrant Legislation and Laws.
50: Europe: Migration and Development, 1650 to Present.
51: Europe: Migration and Settlement, North America and the World.
52: European Imperialism and Migration to Asia.
53: European Labor Migration, 19th Century.
54: European Union: Enlargement and the Free Movement of Labor.
55: European Union: Expansion and Migration.
56: European Union: Migration and Social Charter.
57: Exploitation and Migration.
58: Fair Trade and Migration.
59: Family Migration.
60: Famine and Migration.
61: Farm Laborers, United States and Canada.
62: Farming, Corporate Control, Cash Crops, and Migration.
63: Feminism and Migration.
64: Film and Migration, Africa.
65: Film and Migration, Australasia.
66: Film and Migration, East Asia.
67: Film and Migration, Europe.
68: Film and Migration: Excavating History and Memory.
69: Film and Migration: Globalization of National Cinema.
70: Film and Migration, Latin America.
71: Film and Migration: Narrative, Genre, Spectatorship.
72: Film and Migration, New Europe.
73: Film and Migration, North America and Caribbean.
74: Film and Migration: The Problem of Trauma.
75: Film and Migration, South Asia.
76: Film Festivals and Migration.
77: Film, National Cinema, and Migration.
78: Forced Migration.
79: Foreign Nationals and Expatriate Residents.
80: France: Immigration Since 1945.
81: France: Political Economy of Labor Migration, Early 21st Century.
82: Freedom of Movement.
83: Gay Migration, Late 19th Century to Present.
84: Gender, Globalization, and Eldercare Work.
85: Gender, Labor, and Migration.
86: Gender and Migration.
87: Genocide and Displacement.
88: Gentrification and Displacement.
89: Geography of Migration.
90: Germany and Central Europe, Migrations.
91: Germany, Migration, 1980s to Present.
92: Ghana, Migrations from Colonial to Modern Times.
93: Global Trade and International Migration.
94: Goths and Vandals, Migration History.
95: Government and Private Support for Migrants in Receiving Countries.
96: Great Invasions, Map Showing Origins of.
97: Greece, Migration 1830s to Present.
98: Greek Colonization Movement, 8th–6th Centuries BCE.
99: Greek Migrations and Colonies, Ancient Era.
100: Guest Workers, 1970s to Present.
101: Guest Workers Policies, East and Southeast Asia.
102: Hague Programme on Migration.
104: Health and Migration: Latin Americans in the United States.
105: Health and Migration: An Overview.
106: Highly Skilled IT Migrant Workers.
107: Hippy Trails.
108: HIV/AIDS and Migration.
109: HIV/AIDS, Migration, and Gender in sub-Saharan Africa.
110: Hometown Associations.
111: Horn of Africa, Migration Late 19th Century to Present.
112: Hospitality Workers and Migration.
113: Housing and Immigrant Communities, United States, 1965 to Present.
114: Housing and Migrant Communities.
115: Human Rights Activism and Migration.
116: Human Rights, Class, Race, and Inequality.
117: Human Smuggling.
118: Hungary, 20th-Century Migration.
119: Ideology, Politics, and Migration.
120: ILO and the Rights of Migrant Workers.
121: Immigrants, Voting, and Electoral Participation.
122: Imprisonment and Punishment.
123: India, Medieval Era Migrations.
124: India, Migration to British Africa.
125: India, Migration 1940s to Present.
126: India–Pakistan Partition 1947 and Forced Migration.
127: Indian and Chinese Migration to the British Caribbean.
128: Indian Emigration, 1947 to Present.
129: Indian Migration, Malaysia and Singapore.
130: Indian Migration to the South Pacific.
131: Indian Ocean Indentured Labor, 19th and Early 20th Century.
132: Indian Ocean Transoceanic Migration, 16th–19th Century.
133: Indians in Myanmar/Burma, Assimilation and Integration.
134: Indigenous Mexican-origin Immigration to the United States, Historical and Intersectional Perspective.
135: Indigenous Migration: Americas, Distinctiveness and Scale.
136: Indigenous Migration: Otavalo Diaspora in Historical Perspective.
137: Indigenous Migrations, Canada.
138: Indigenous Migrations: The Emergence of Maya America.
139: Indigenous Peoples and Migration.
140: Indigenous Peoples, Rural to Urban Migration, United States and Canada.
1: Indochina, Migration Mid-20th Century to Present.
2: Indonesia, Migration 1969 to Present.
3: Informal Labor and Irregular Migrant Workers.
4: Internal Foreign-Born Migrants.
5: Internal Migration, Ethnic Groups in the UK.
6: Internal Migration: An Overview.
7: International Human Rights Norms on Migrants.
8: International Migration, Economic Problems and Policies.
9: International Migration and Social Theory.
10: International Standards and Processes for the Protection of Migrant Rights.
11: Internment Camps and Migration.
12: Intolerance and Migration, United States.
13: Iranian Zoroastrian Diaspora.
14: Ireland, Migration Late 18th Century to Present.
15: Islam and Migration.
16: Italy: Internal Migration 1800–Present.
17: Italy: Migration 1815 to Present.
18: Italy: Migration from 1990s to 2010s.
19: Japan: Brazilian Nikkeijin Women.
20: Japan: Collapse of Empire and Repatriation.
21: Japan: Colonization and Settlement.
22: Japan: Immigration Control Policy.
23: Japan: Korean Zainichi Migration.
24: Japan: Medieval Era Migrations.
25: Japan: Nikkeijin Migration.
26: Japan: Undocumented Immigrant Workers.
27: Jewish Migration, Antiquity.
28: Jewish Migration, Medieval Era.
29: Jewish Migration, 19th Century to Present.
30: Korea, Migration Late 19th Century to Present.
31: Labor Force Participation.
32: Labor Migration, Europe 1980–2010.
33: Labor Migration: An Overview.
34: Labor Migration, Poverty, and Inequality.
35: Labor Migration and Worker Organization, Global North and Global South.
36: Labor Strikes, Militancy, and Migrant Worker Collective Action.
37: Language and Migration: Perspectives and Experiences.
38: Language Rights.
39: Latin America: Agriculture and Migration.
40: Latin America: Development and Migration.
41: Latin America: Gender and Migration.
42: Latin America: Internal Migration.
43: Latin America: Migration Flows to the United States.
44: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Migration.
45: Letters of Immigrants.
46: Links between Internal and International Migration.
47: Literature and Globalization.
48: Literature and Migration.
49: Madagascar and Africa, Austronesian Migration.
50: Malaysia, Migration, 1970s to Present.
51: Maritime Migrations.
52: Marriage Migration.
53: Marriage Migration, Europe 1945–2010s.
54: Marxist Theories of Migration.
55: Medieval Era Migration: An Overview.
56: Mediterranean Ancient Migrations, 2000–1 BCE.
57: Mediterranean Historical Migrations.
58: Mediterranean Medieval Era Colonizations.
59: Melting Pot Theory.
60: Memory and Migration: Research.
61: Mental Health and Migration.
62: Merchant Communities.
63: Mesopotamian and Persian Migrations.
64: Mexican Migration to the United States, 1880s to Present.
65: Mexico–United States Labor Migration, 1980s to Present.
66: Mexico–United States Migration, 1980s–2010.
67: Middle East, Labor Migration.
68: Migration and Agrarian Change.
69: Migration to Ancient Rome.
70: Migration Control.
71: Migration Controls and Restriction Policies.
72: Migration and Development, Global South/Mexico-Morocco.
75: Mormon Migration to Utah.
77: Multilateral Approaches to Managing Migration.
78: Music and Migration.
79: Muslim World, Medieval Era Migrations.
80: Myanmar/Burma, Migration 1962 to Present.
81: Napoleonic Empire and Migration.
82: Nationality Policies and Migration.
83: Nativism and Xenophobia.
84: Nativity, Birth Rates, and Migration.
85: Nazi Germany, Escape and Emigration.
86: Neoliberal Globalization and Migration.
87: Netherlands, Migration 19th–20th Century.
88: New Zealand, Migration 19th Century to Present.
89: Nigeria, Migrations Early 20th Century to Present.
90: Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and Migration.
91: Nordic Region, from Emigration to Immigration.
92: North Atlantic Migrations in the Viking Age.
93: North–South Migration.
94: Norway, Migration 19th Century to Present.
95: Novels and Memoirs and Migration.
96: Nurses and Health-Care Professionals as Migrant Workers.
97: Organizations and Conventions: Rights of Migrants.
98: Organized Crime and Migration: The Lombroso Mafia Myth.
99: Pacific Islands, Migration 18th Century to Present.
100: Pakistan-Bangladesh Partition 1971 and Forced Migration.
101: Pakistan, Migration 1970s to Present.
102: Palestine, Migration 1880 to Present.
103: Paraguay, Migration 19th Century to Present.
104: Penal Colonies.
105: Peninsular India and the Bay of Bengal: Mobility and Travel, 4th Century BCE to 8th Century CE.
106: Philippine Migration to Japan.
107: Philippines, Migration, 1948 to Present.
108: Phoenician and Carthaginian Migrations.
110: Poland, Migration 19th Century to Present.
111: Police Raids, Detention, and Deportation of Migrants.
112: Political Economy of Refugees.
113: Portugal: Colonization and Settlement.
114: Portugal: Migration 16th Century to Present.
115: Portuguese Slave Trade in the Americas.
116: Postcolonial Refugee Narratives.
117: Postcolonial Theories of Migration.
118: Poverty, Development, and Migration.
119: Protohistoric European Migrations.
120: Public Health and Development.
121: Public Health and Migration.
122: Puerto Rico, Migration 1868 to Present.
123: Race and Migration.
124: Race, Nationality, and Migration.
125: Railroads and Migration.
126: Rainforests and Migration.
128: Refugee Families and Children.
129: Regularization Programs.
130: Religion and Migration.
131: Remittance Policies, Early 21st-Century Trends and Assessments.
132: Remittances and Development Finance.
133: Remittances and International Migration.
134: Remittances, Motivation.
135: Remittances and Political Economy of Migration.
1: Remittances and Poverty Alleviation, Ecuador and Bangladesh.
2: Remittances and Poverty Alleviation in Poor Countries.
3: Remittances and Undocumented Migration.
4: Reparations and Refugees.
5: Research on Migration: An Overview.
6: Reserve Army of Labor and Migration.
7: Retirement Migration.
8: Return Migration.
9: Return Migration and Ethnicity.
10: Revolution and Migration, Europe 1848–49.
11: Revolution and Migration, France 1789.
12: Roma Migrations.
13: Roman Colonization.
14: Roman World, Mobility.
15: Romania and Moldova, Migration Mid-19th Century to Present.
16: Rural Migrant Workers in the Construction Industry, New Delhi, India.
17: Rural Migration, Europe and North America 1945 to Present.
18: Rural Migration and Poverty, United States.
19: Rural–Urban Migrations, Medieval Era.
20: Russia, Migration 17th–19th Century.
21: Russian Internal Migration, Early 20th Century to Present.
22: Russian International Migration, 20th Century.
23: Sanctuary Movements.
24: Scalabrinian Missionaries and Migration.
25: Scholars in Search of Knowledge, Medieval Era.
26: Schooling, Education, and Migration.
27: Seasonal Migration.
28: Second Generation, Identity Formation.
29: Second-Generation Migrants: Europe and the United States.
30: Second-Generation Migrants: Maghrebis in France.
31: Seleucid Empire, Colonization and Settlement.
32: Settler Migration and Colonies.
33: Sex Trafficking and Migration.
34: Sex Workers and Migration, Europe.
35: Shipboard Insurrections.
36: Silk Road and Migration.
37: Singapore, Chinese Migration Late 19th Century to Present.
38: Skills and Migration.
39: Slave Trade, Medieval Era.
40: Slavs, Medieval Migration.
41: Social Capital and Labor-Market Outcomes for Immigrants.
42: Social Networks.
43: Social Protest and Migration.
44: Social Remittances.
45: Sociology of Migration.
47: Soldiers and Citizens.
48: South America, Immigrant Legislation and Laws.
49: South Asia, Migration 1850–1970s.
50: South–South Migrations: Indian Oceanic World.
51: Southeast Asia: Migration, ASEAN, and Regional Agreements.
52: Southern Africa: Gender and Migration.
53: Southern Africa: Internal Migration.
54: Southern Africa, Migration, 7th Century to Present.
55: Spain: Capitalism, Expansion, and Settlement, Medieval Era.
56: Spain and Its Empire, Migration and Emigration, c.1450–c.1750.
57: Spain: Migration 1960s to Present.
58: Spanish America, Early Modern Migration 16th–18th Century.
59: Sport and Migration.
60: Spouses and Migration.
61: Sri Lanka, Migration 1960s to Present.
63: Steerage, Slavery, and Shipboard Insurrections.
64: Steppe, People of (Hungarians, Huns, Avars, Mongols).
65: Structural Adjustment Policies and International Migration.
66: Student Migration, China to Japan.
67: Student Migration: An Overview.
69: Sustainable Population Growth.
70: Sweden, Migration 19th Century to Present.
71: Switzerland, Migration 19th Century to Present.
72: Syndicalism and Anarchism of Migrants.
73: Temporary Migrant Workers, Globalization, 20th Century to Present.
74: Temporary Migrant Workers and Labor Organization.
75: Tokyo, Foreigners in.
77: Trade and Migration.
78: Trade Networks and Migration, Early Modern Europe.
79: Traders and Exiles, Medieval Era.
80: Trafficking Migrants.
81: Transatlantic Slave Trade.
84: Transnational Families, Research and Scholarship.
85: Transnational Labor Migration, 1970s to Present.
86: Transnationalism and Cross-Border Migration.
87: Transnationalism: An Overview.
89: Travel and Migration.
90: Turkey: Migration 18th–20th Century.
91: Turkey: Migration and Remittances, 1960s to Present.
92: Turks in the Occident, Medieval Era.
93: Ukraine, Migration, Early 20th Century to Present.
94: Undocumented Migrants: Rights and Advocacy.
95: Undocumented Migration: An Overview.
96: Undocumented Residents in the United States.
97: United Kingdom, Migration 1990s to Present.
98: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
99: United States: African Colonization, Manifest Destiny, and Indian Removal.
100: United States: Black Immigrant Economic Competition.
101: United States: Gender and Migration.
102: United States: Great Black Migrations, 1900–70.
103: United States: Immigration Legislation.
104: United States: Internal Migration, Immigrants and New Destinations.
105: United States: Labor Markets and Immigrant Incorporation, New Destinations, 1990s to Present.
106: United States: Migration, 1965 to Present.
107: United States: Nativism and Migration.
108: United States: Origin Countries of Foreign-Born Population.
109: Urban Sprawl.
110: Urbanization: Ethnic and Religious Segregation.
111: Urbanization and Migration.
112: Uruguay, Migration and Economic Modernization, 1820 to the Present.
113: Utopian Communities.
114: Vikings and Normans.
115: Wages and Migrant Labor.
116: War and Migration.
117: Wars and Population Displacement, 20th Century.
118: West Indian Migration to the United States, 1965 to Present.
119: Women, Reproduction, and Migration.
120: World-Systems Analysis.
121: WTO, GATS, and Migration.
122: Zionism, Colonization, Settlement, Occupation.
Index to Volume I: Prehistory.
Index to Volumes II–V.