The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

Online ISBN: 9781444351071

DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071

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  1. Africa
  2. Agriculture
  3. Asia
  4. Borderlands
  5. Business and Capitalism
  6. Children and Families
  7. Colonialism and settlement
    1. Acadian migration, Canada to Louisiana
    2. African slave trade and maritime transportation
    3. 51 Amazonia: archaeology
    4. 50 Amazonia: linguistic history
    5. 17 Anatolia and the Balkans: archaeology
    6. 53 Andes: archaeology
    7. 52 Andes: linguistic history
    8. Anticolonialism, decolonialism, neocolonialism
    9. 42 Australia: linguistic history
    10. Baltic Sea colonizations, medieval era
    11. Barbarian migrations (Völkerwanderung)
    12. British Isles, medieval colonization
    13. Canada: immigration and settlement
    14. 49 Caribbean Islands: archaeology
    15. Caribbean: French-speaking migration and settlement
    16. China: ancient era migrations
    17. China: medieval era migrations
    18. Chinese in Southeast Asia, c.1400–1950
    19. Chinese migration since 1368
    20. Cuba: immigration and emigration
    21. Dependency theory
    22. Diasporas and colonization in Classical Antiquity
    23. Dutch colonization and settlement
    24. East Africa: slave migrations
    25. 26 Eastern Asia: archaeology
    26. 25 Eastern Asia: Sino-Tibetan linguistic history
    27. Eastern Europe: medieval era colonizations and reclamation of land
    28. 46 Eastern North America: archaeology and linguistics
    29. Emancipation from slavery, modern era
    30. Ethnic selection in immigration to Latin America
    31. 19 Europe and western Asia: Indo-European linguistic history
    32. Europe: migration and settlement, North America and the world
    33. 20 Europe: Neolithic colonization
    34. European imperialism and migration to Asia
    35. Film and migration, Africa
    36. You have free access to this content
      Forced migration
    37. Ghana, migrations from colonial to modern times
    38. Goths and Vandals, migration history
    39. Greek colonization movement, 8th–6th centuries BCE
    40. Greek migrations and colonies, ancient era
    41. 11 Human migrations and the histories of major language families
    42. India, medieval era migrations
    43. India, migration to British Africa
    44. Indian and Chinese migration to the British Caribbean
    45. Indian migration, Malaysia and Singapore
    46. Indian Ocean indentured labor, 19th and early 20th century
    47. Indian Ocean transoceanic migration, 16th–19th century
    48. Indians in Myanmar/Burma, assimilation and integration
    49. Indigenous migrations, Southeast Asia
    50. 28 Japan: archaeology
    51. You have free access to this content
      Japan: colonization and settlement
    52. Japan: medieval era migrations
    53. 29 Korea: archaeology
    54. Language and migration: theoretical perspectives
    55. 15 Levant and North Africa: Afroasiatic linguistic history
    56. Medieval era migration: an overview
    57. Mediterranean ancient migrations, 2000–1 BCE
    58. Mediterranean historical migrations
    59. Mediterranean medieval era colonizations
    60. 48 Mesoamerica and the southwestern United States: archaeology
    61. 47 Mesoamerica and the southwestern United States: linguistic history
    62. Mesopotamian and Persian migrations
    63. 40 Micronesian archaeology
    64. Muslim world, medieval era migrations
    65. Netherlands, migration 19th–20th century
    66. Nigeria, migrations early 20th century to present
    67. 44 North America: Eskimo-Aleut linguistic history
    68. 43 North America: Na Dene/Athapaskan archaeology and linguistics
    69. 45 North America: Paleoeskimo and Inuit archaeology
    70. North Atlantic migrations in the Viking Age
    71. North–South migration
    72. 24 Northeastern and Central Asia: “Altaic” linguistic history
    73. 23 Northern and northeastern Asia: archaeology
    74. 21 Northern Europe and Russia: Uralic linguistic history
    75. 39 Oceania: Lapita migration
    76. 1 Prehistoric migration and the rise of humanity
    77. Palestine, migration 1880 to present
    78. Paraguay, migration 19th century to present
    79. Penal colonies
    80. Phoenician and Carthaginian migrations
    81. 41 Polynesia, East and South, including transpacific migration
    82. Portugal: colonization and settlement
    83. Portugal: migration 16th century to present
    84. Portuguese slave trade in the Americas
    85. Postcolonial theories of migration
    86. Race and migration
    87. Reconquista
    88. Revolution and migration, France 1789
    89. Roman colonization
    90. Russia, migration 17th–19th century
    91. Russian internal migration, early 20th century to present
    92. Seleucid empire, colonization and settlement
    93. Settler migration and colonies
    94. Shipboard insurrections
    95. Silk Road and migration
    96. Singapore, Chinese migration late 19th century to present
    97. 16 Levant and North Africa: archaeology
    98. Slavs, medieval migration
    99. South Asia, migration 1850–1970s
    100. South–South migrations: Indian Oceanic world
    101. 35 Southeast Asian islands and Oceania: Austronesian linguistic history
    102. 36 Southeast Asian islands: archaeology
    103. 34 Southeast Asian mainland: archaeology
    104. 33 Southeast Asian mainland: linguistic history
    105. Southern Africa, migration, 7th century to present
    106. Southern Africa: internal migration
    107. Spain and its empire, migration and emigration, c.1450–c.1750
    108. Spain: capitalism, expansion, and settlement, medieval era
    109. Spanish America, early modern migration 16th–18th century
    110. Steerage, slavery, and shipboard insurrections
    111. 13 Sub-Saharan Africa: archaeology
    112. 7 The human colonization of Australia
    113. Trade networks and migration, early modern Europe
    114. 32 Trans-Indian Ocean migration
    115. Transatlantic Slave Trade
    116. Transregionalism
    117. Turks in the Occident, medieval era
    118. United States: African colonization, Manifest Destiny, and Indian Removal
    119. Urbanization: ethnic and religious segregation
    120. Uruguay, migration and economic modernization, 1820 to the present
    121. Vikings and Normans
    122. Zionism, colonization, settlement, occupation
    123. Acadian migration, Canada to Louisiana
    124. African slave trade and maritime transportation
    125. 51 Amazonia: archaeology
    126. 50 Amazonia: linguistic history
    127. 17 Anatolia and the Balkans: archaeology
    128. 53 Andes: archaeology
    129. 52 Andes: linguistic history
    130. Anticolonialism, decolonialism, neocolonialism
    131. 42 Australia: linguistic history
    132. Baltic Sea colonizations, medieval era
    133. Barbarian migrations (Völkerwanderung)
    134. British Isles, medieval colonization
    135. Canada: immigration and settlement
    136. 49 Caribbean Islands: archaeology
    137. Caribbean: French-speaking migration and settlement
    138. China: ancient era migrations
    139. China: medieval era migrations
    140. Chinese in Southeast Asia, c.1400–1950
    141. Chinese migration since 1368
    142. Cuba: immigration and emigration
    143. Dependency theory
    144. Diasporas and colonization in Classical Antiquity
    145. Dutch colonization and settlement
    146. East Africa: slave migrations
    147. 26 Eastern Asia: archaeology
    148. 25 Eastern Asia: Sino-Tibetan linguistic history
    149. Eastern Europe: medieval era colonizations and reclamation of land
    150. 46 Eastern North America: archaeology and linguistics
    151. Emancipation from slavery, modern era
    152. Ethnic selection in immigration to Latin America
    153. 19 Europe and western Asia: Indo-European linguistic history
    154. Europe: migration and settlement, North America and the world
    155. 20 Europe: Neolithic colonization
    156. European imperialism and migration to Asia
    157. Film and migration, Africa
    158. You have free access to this content
      Forced migration
    159. Ghana, migrations from colonial to modern times
    160. Goths and Vandals, migration history
    161. Greek colonization movement, 8th–6th centuries BCE
    162. Greek migrations and colonies, ancient era
    163. 11 Human migrations and the histories of major language families
    164. India, medieval era migrations
    165. India, migration to British Africa
    166. Indian and Chinese migration to the British Caribbean
    167. Indian migration, Malaysia and Singapore
    168. Indian Ocean indentured labor, 19th and early 20th century
    169. Indian Ocean transoceanic migration, 16th–19th century
    170. Indians in Myanmar/Burma, assimilation and integration
    171. Indigenous migrations, Southeast Asia
    172. 28 Japan: archaeology
    173. You have free access to this content
      Japan: colonization and settlement
    174. Japan: medieval era migrations
    175. 29 Korea: archaeology
    176. Language and migration: theoretical perspectives
    177. 15 Levant and North Africa: Afroasiatic linguistic history
    178. Medieval era migration: an overview
    179. Mediterranean ancient migrations, 2000–1 BCE
    180. Mediterranean historical migrations
    181. Mediterranean medieval era colonizations
    182. 48 Mesoamerica and the southwestern United States: archaeology
    183. 47 Mesoamerica and the southwestern United States: linguistic history
    184. Mesopotamian and Persian migrations
    185. 40 Micronesian archaeology
    186. Muslim world, medieval era migrations
    187. Netherlands, migration 19th–20th century
    188. Nigeria, migrations early 20th century to present
    189. 44 North America: Eskimo-Aleut linguistic history
    190. 43 North America: Na Dene/Athapaskan archaeology and linguistics
    191. 45 North America: Paleoeskimo and Inuit archaeology
    192. North Atlantic migrations in the Viking Age
    193. North–South migration
    194. 24 Northeastern and Central Asia: “Altaic” linguistic history
    195. 23 Northern and northeastern Asia: archaeology
    196. 21 Northern Europe and Russia: Uralic linguistic history
    197. 39 Oceania: Lapita migration
    198. 1 Prehistoric migration and the rise of humanity
    199. Palestine, migration 1880 to present
    200. Paraguay, migration 19th century to present
    201. Penal colonies
    202. Phoenician and Carthaginian migrations
    203. 41 Polynesia, East and South, including transpacific migration
    204. Portugal: colonization and settlement
    205. Portugal: migration 16th century to present
    206. Portuguese slave trade in the Americas
    207. Postcolonial theories of migration
    208. Race and migration
    209. Reconquista
    210. Revolution and migration, France 1789
    211. Roman colonization
    212. Russia, migration 17th–19th century
    213. Russian internal migration, early 20th century to present
    214. Seleucid empire, colonization and settlement
    215. Settler migration and colonies
    216. Shipboard insurrections
    217. Silk Road and migration
    218. Singapore, Chinese migration late 19th century to present
    219. 16 Levant and North Africa: archaeology
    220. Slavs, medieval migration
    221. South Asia, migration 1850–1970s
    222. South–South migrations: Indian Oceanic world
    223. 35 Southeast Asian islands and Oceania: Austronesian linguistic history
    224. 36 Southeast Asian islands: archaeology
    225. 34 Southeast Asian mainland: archaeology
    226. 33 Southeast Asian mainland: linguistic history
    227. Southern Africa, migration, 7th century to present
    228. Southern Africa: internal migration
    229. Spain and its empire, migration and emigration, c.1450–c.1750
    230. Spain: capitalism, expansion, and settlement, medieval era
    231. Spanish America, early modern migration 16th–18th century
    232. Steerage, slavery, and shipboard insurrections
    233. 13 Sub-Saharan Africa: archaeology
    234. 7 The human colonization of Australia
    235. Trade networks and migration, early modern Europe
    236. 32 Trans-Indian Ocean migration
    237. Transatlantic Slave Trade
    238. Transregionalism
    239. Turks in the Occident, medieval era
    240. United States: African colonization, Manifest Destiny, and Indian Removal
    241. Urbanization: ethnic and religious segregation
    242. Uruguay, migration and economic modernization, 1820 to the present
    243. Vikings and Normans
    244. Zionism, colonization, settlement, occupation
  8. Culture, Arts and Film
  9. Development and Remittances
  10. Eastern and Central Europe
  11. Environment, climate, and biodiversity
  12. Gender and Sexuality
  13. Genocide
  14. Global Justice and Globalization
  15. Health and Public Health
  16. Human Rights and Refugees
  17. Immigration Laws, Controls, and Restrictions
  18. Indigenous people
  19. Labor and Political Economy
  20. Latin America and the Caribbean
  21. Maps
  22. Middle East
  23. Migration, 18th Century
  24. Migration, 1945-Present
  25. Migration, 19th Century
  26. Migration, 20th Century
  27. Migration, ancient era
  28. Migration, Holocene
  29. Migration, Medieval Era
  30. Migration, Pleistocene
  31. North America
  32. Oceania
  33. Poverty and inequality
  34. Race, Ethnicity, and Religion
  35. Slavery and Indentured Servitude
  36. Social Sciences and Migration Theories
  37. Transnationalism
  38. Transportation
  39. War
  40. Western Europe and Nordic Countries
  41. Women

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