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Bibliographies

Research Resources and Organisations

Alexander, G. (1973) Silent invasion, London: Macdonald

Amyot, J. (1972) The Chinese and the national integration in Southeast Asia, Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University

Anderson, K. (1988) Cultural hegemony and the race definition process in vancouver’s Chinatown, Environment and Planning Department: Society and Space 6

Anderson, K. (1990) ‘Chinatown reoriented’: a critical analysis of recent redevelopment schemes in Melbourne an Sydney enclaves, Australian geographical studies 28 (2), 137-154

Anderson, K. (1991) Vancourver’s Chinatown Montreal: Mc-Gill-Queen’s University Press

Anon (1994) ‘Diaspora: Japan’s China wave’, Asiaweek, 20 (46)

Appleton, S. (1960) ‘Overseas Chinese and economic nationalisation in the Philippines’, Journal of Southeast Asian studies, 19 (2), 155-61

Baker, H. D. R. (1968) The Chinese in Southeast Asia, London: Oxford University Press

Baker, Hugh D.R. (1994) Branches All Over: The Hong Kong Chinese in the United Kingdon, in Ronald Skeldon, (ed.) Reluctant Exiles? Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 291-307

Barone, G. (1991) ‘Travelling heavy – the intellectual baggage of the Chinese diaspora’, Problem of communism, 40 (1–2), 94–112

Baxter, S. and Raw, G. (1988), ‘Fast food, fettered work: Chinese women in the ethnic catering industry’ in S. Westwood and P. Bhachu (eds), Enterprising women

Beng, T. C. (1988) The Baba of Melaka: Culture and identity of a Chinese Peranakan community in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Pelanduk

Benton, Gregor and Hans Vermeulen, (1987) The Chinese: migrants in Dutch Society, Muidenbergh: Coutinho

Benton, Gregor and Frank N. Pieke, (eds) (1997) The Chinese in Europe, Basingstoke: Macmillan

Blake, C. F. (1981) Ethnic groups and social change in a Chinese market town, Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press

Blythe, W. (1969) The impact of Chinese secret societies in Malaya, London: Oxford University Press

Brevern, M. v. (1988) Once a Chinese, always a Chinese? The Chinese of Manila, Manila: Lyceum Press

Campani, Giovanna and Lucia Madii (1992) 'Un monde à part: les Chinois en Toscane', Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales, 83, 51-72

Campbell, P. C. (1923) Chinese coolie emigration to countries within the British Empire, London: P. S. King and Son

Carino, T. (eds) (1985) Chinese in the Philippines, Manila: De La Salle University

Carstens, S. (1975) Chinese associations in Singapore society, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Cator, W. J. (1936) The economic position of the Chinese in Netherlands India, Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Ch’en, J. (1979) China and the west, London: Hutchinson

Ch’en, T. and (1940) Emigrant communities in South China: a study of overseas migration and its influence on standards of living and social change, New York: Institute of Pacific Relations

Chan, A. (1986) Employment prospects of Chinese youth in Britain: a research report, London: Commission for Racial Inequality

Chan, A. B. (1983) Gold mountain: the Chinese in the New World, Vancouver: New Star Books

Chan, S. (1986) This bittersweet soil: the Chinese in California agriculture, 1860-1910, University of California Press

Chang, Q. (1981) Memoirs of Nonya, Singapore, Singapore Eastern Universities Press

Cheah, B. K. (1983) Red star over Malaya: resistance and social conflict during and after the Japanese occupation, 1941-1946, Singapore University Press

Chen, J. (1980) The Chinese of America, San Francisco: Harper and Row

Chen, M. H. (1967) The early Chinese newspapers of Singapore 1881-1912, Singapore: University of Malaya Press

Chen, T. (1923) Chinese migrations with special references to labour conditions, Washington: Government Printing Office

Chen, T. (1939) Emigrant communities in South China: a study of overseas migration and its influence on standards of living and social change, London: Oxford University Press

Cheng, L.-K. (1985) Social change and the Chinese in Singapore: a socio-economic geography with special reference to Bang structure, Singapore University Press

Cheng, Y. (1996) 'The Chinese. Upwardly mobile', in Ceri Peach (ed.), The ethnic minority populations of Great Britain, ethnicity in the 1991 Census, Series 2, London: HMSO

Chia-ling, K. (1977) Social and political change in New York’s Chinatown: the role of voluntary associations, New York: Praegar

Ching-hwang, Y. (1986) A social history of the Chinese in Singapore and Malaya 1800-1911, Singapore: Oxford University Press

Choi, C. Y. (1975) Chinese migration and settlement in Australia, Sydney: Sydney University Press

Clammer, J. R. (1980) Straits Chinese society, Singapore University Press

Cohen, Myron L. (1991) ‘Being Chinese: the peripheralization of traditional identity’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 113–35

Comber, L. (1983) Thirteenth May 1969: a historical survey of Sino-Malay relations, Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann

Coppel, C. A. (1973) ‘Mapping the Peranakan Chinese in Idonesia’, Papers on Far Eastern History, (8)

Coppel, C. A. (1976) ‘Patterns of Chinese political activity in Indonesia’ in J. A. C. Mackie (ed.) The Chinese in Indonesia: five essays, Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii

Coppel, C. A. (1983) Indonesian Chinese in crisis, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press for the Asian Studies Association of Australia

Coughlin, R. J. (1960) Double identity: the Chinese in modern Thailand, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press

Craggs, S. & Loh Lynn I. (1985) A history of Liverpool’s Chinese community, Liverpool: Merseyside Community Relations

Crissman, L. W. (1967) ‘The segmentary structure of urban overseas Chinese communities’, Man, 2 (2), 185-204

Cumberland, C. (1960) ‘The Sonoran Chinese and the Mexican revolution’, Hispanic American Historical Review, 40, 191-211

Cushman, J. (1981) ‘Siamese state trade and the Chinese go-between, 1767-1855’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 7 (1)

Cushman, J. (1986) ‘The Khaw Group: Chinese business in twentieth-century Penang’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 17 (1)

Cushman, J. et al. (eds) (1989) Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II, Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press

Daniels, R. (1989) Asian America: Chinese and Japanese in the United States since 1850, Seattle: University of Washington Press

Debre, Francios (1976) Les Chinois de la diaspora, Paris: O. Orban

Drake, F. S. (eds.) (1967) Proceedings of a symposium on southern China, South-East Asia and the Hong Kong Region, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press

Elvin, M. (1973) The pattern of the Chinese past, Stanford: Stanford University Press

Elvin, Mark (1991) ‘The inner world of 1830’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 33–62

Esman, Milton J. (1986) 'The Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia' in Gabriel Sheffer (ed.) Modern diasporas in international politics, London: St. Martin's Press, 130-164

Findlay, A.M. et al. (1995) The British who are not British and the immigration policies that are not: the case of Hong Kong, Applied Geography ,15, 245-65

Findlay, A.M. and Li, F.L. (1997). An auto-biographical approach to understanding migration: the case of Hong Kong emigrants, Area, 29, 34-44

Fitzgerald, C. P. (1972) The southern expansion of the Chinese people, London: Barrie and Jenkins

Fitzgerald, S. (1972) China and the overseas Chinese: a study of Peking’s changing policy, 1949-1970, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Freedman, M. (1958) ‘A note on the stability of the Chinese population in Singapore, 1947-50’, Journal of the royal Asiatic society Malayan branch, 31 (1), 83-93

Freedman, M. (1979) ‘The Chinese in Southeast Asia: a longer view’ in G. W. Skinner (ed.) The study of Chinese society: essays by Maurice Freedman, Stanford: Stanford University Press

Freedman, M. (1979) The study of the Chinese society: essays by Maurice Freedman. Selected and Introduced by G. W. Skinner, Stanford: Stanford University Press

Glick, C. E. (1980) Sojourners and settlers, Honolulu: Hawaii University Press

Go, B. C. (1972) ‘The Chinese in the Philippines: facts and fancy’, Philippine Sociological Review, 20 (4), 385-92

Godley, M. R. (1981) The Mandarin-capitalists from Nanyang, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Goh, C. T. (1971) The May thirteenth incident and democracy in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press

Golay, F. H. (ed.) (1969) Underdevelopment and economic nationalism in Southeast Asia, Ithaca: Cornell University Press

Gosling, L. A. P. et al. (eds) (1983) The Chinese in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Maruzen Asia

Gungwu, W. (1991) ‘Among non-Chinese’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 135-158

Haines, J. Harry (1965) Chinese of the diaspora, Edinburgh: Edinburgh House Press for the World council of Churches [pamphlet]

Helley, D. (1979) Idéologie e ethnicité. Les Chinois macao a Cuba, 1847-1886, Montreal: Les Presses Universitaires de Montreal

Hirschman, C. (1984) ‘Ethnic diversity and social change in southeast Asia’ in R. A. Morse (ed.) Southeast Asian studies: options for the future, Lanham: University Press of America

Hodder, R. (1996) Merchant princes of the East, Chichester: Wiley

Hu-DeHart, E. (????) Chinese coolie labor in Cuba and Peru in the nineteenth century: Free labor or neoslavery

Hu-Dehart, E. (1980) ‘Immigrants to a developing society. The Chinese in northern Mexico, 1875-1932’, Journal of Arizonia History, 21, 49-86

Hu-Dehart, E. (1982) ‘Racism and anti-Chinese persecution in Mexico’, Amerasia, 9, 1-28

Hu-Dehart, E. (1985-86) ‘The Chinese of Baja California Norte, 1910-1934’, in Baja California frontier, Proceedings of the pacific coast council on Latin American studies, 12, San Diego: San Diego State University Press

Hu-Dehart, E. (1989) Coolies, shopkeepers, pioneers: the Chinese of Mexico and Peru, (1849-1930), Amerasia

Hsieh, J. (1978) ‘The Chinese community in Singapore: the internal structure and its basic constituents’ in P. Chen et al. (eds) Studies in ASEAN Sociology, Singapore: Chopmen Enterprises

Inglis, C. and Wu, C.T. (1994) ‘The Hong Kon Chinese in Sydney’ in R. Skeldon (ed.) Reluctant exiles? Migration from Hong Kong and the New overseas Chinese.

Ip, David (1994) 'The making of a new little dragon economy: the overseas Chinese and the transformation of Guangdong', Asia Research Centre, Perth: Murdoch University

Ip, David (1995) 'Transforming Southern China: the role of the overseas Chinese in the era of reform' in Howard Davies (ed.) China business: context and issues, Hong Kong: Longman Asia

Ip, David (1995) 'The role of overseas Chinese in the transformation of China' in Jane Withney (ed.) Doing business in China, Toronto: McGraw Hill Ryerson

Ip, David (1996) 'Diaspora capitalism and the homeland: Australian-Chinese networks into China', Diaspora, 5 (2)

Ip, David (1996) 'The Chinese Diaspora and the remaking of Pacific relations', Policy, Organisation and Society, Winter

Ip, David (1996) The Chinese diaspora and mainland China, an emerging economic synergy, Houndmills, Basingstike: Macmillan

Jesudason, J. V. (1989) Ethnicity and the economy: the state, Chinese business, and multinationals in Malaysia, Singapore: Oxford University Press

Jiménez Pastrana, J. (1983) Los Chinos en la historia de Cuba, 1847-1930, Havana: Ed. Ciencias Sociales

Johnson, G. (1992) ‘Ethnic and racial communities in Canada and problems of adaptation: Chinese Canadians in the contemporary period’, Ethnic Groups, 9, 151-74

Johnson, H. (1983) ‘The anti-Chinese riots of 1918 in Jamaica’, Immigrants and minorities, 2, 50-63

Jones, D. (1955) The portrayal of China and India on the American screen 1869-1955, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Jones, D. (1979) ‘The Chinese in Britain: origins and development of a community’, New Community 7(3), 397-402

King, A. Y. (1991) ‘Kuan-hsi and network building: a sociological interpretation’, Daedlus, 20 (2)

Koon, H. P. (1988) Chinese poltics in Malaysia: a history of the Malaysian Chinese association , Singapore: Oxford University Press

Kuo, C.-l. (1977) Social and political change in New York’s Chinatown: the role of voluntary associations, New York: Praeger

Kwee, T. H. (1969) The origins of the modern Chinese movement in Indonesia, Ithaca, NY:

Kwong, P. (1987) The new Chinatown, New York: Hill and Wang/Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Lach, D. F. (1968) China in the eyes of Europe, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1985; Phoenix, 1968

Lai, H. M. et al. (1981) Island: poetry and history of Chinese immigrants on Angel Island 1910-1940, San Francisco: San Francisco Study Centre

Lam, L. (1994) ‘Searching for a Safe Haven: the migration and settlement of Hong Kong Chinese immigrants in Toronto’, in Skeldon (ed.) Reluctant Exiles?

Lausent, I. (1983) Pequeña propiedad, poder y economia de mercado. Acos, Valle de Chancay, Lima: Instituto de Estudios Peruanos

Lee, L. O. (1991) ‘On the margins of the Chinese discourse: some personal thoughts on the cultural meaning of the periphery’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 207

Lent, J. A. (1974) ‘Malaysian Chinese and their mass media; history and survey’, Asian profile, 2 (4), 397-412

Leonard, J. K. (1984) Wei Yuan and China’s rediscovery of the Maritime world, Cambridge, MA: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University Press

Leong, S. M. Y. (1976) Sources, agencies and manifestations of overseas Chinese nationalism in Malaya, 1937-1941,

Lever-Tracy, C., Ip, D.F.K., and Tracy, N. (1996) The Chinese diaspora and mainland China: an emerging economic synergy, Basingstoke: St Martin's Press

Lever-Tracy, C., Ip, D.F.K., Tracy, N. and Thobvurn, J. (1997) ‘Chinese diaspora and Mainland China: an emerging economic synergy’, Democratization, 4(3), 205

Li, F.Lin et al (1996). Discourse on migration and ethnic identity: interviews in Hong Kong, Transactions, Institute of British Geographers 20, 342-56

Li, F. Lin (1996) 'Migrating to learn and learning to migrate', International Journal of Population Geography, 2, 52-68.

Li, F. Lin and A. Findlay (1996) Placing identity: interviews with Hong Kong Chinese immigrants in Britain and Canada, International Journal of Population Geography 2, 361-77

Li, F. Lin (1997) Representing difference: multiple voices from Hong Kong, Scottish Geographical Magazine 113, 74-81.

Liao, S. (1964) Chinese participation in Philippine culture and economy, Manila: University of the Far East

Lim, L. Y. C. et al. (ed.) (1983) The Chinese in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Maruzen Asia

Limlingan, V. S. (1986) The overseas Chinese in ASEAN: business strategies and management practices, Manila: Vita Development Corporation

Lin, Irene (1996) 'Journey to the Far West: Chinese Buddhism in America', Amerasia Journal, 22 (1), 107-132

Ling-chi Wang, L. (1991) ‘Roots and changing identity of the Chinese in the United States’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 181–207

Loh, K. W. (1981) ‘Ethnicity and loyalty: Chinese education and other issues’, The Chinese community and Malaysia-China ties: elite perspectives, Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies

Loh, K. W. (1982) The poltics of Chinese unity in Malaysia: reform and conflict in the Malaysian Chinese association, 1971-1973, Singapore: Maruzen Asia

London: H. I. (1970) Non-white immigration and the "White Australia" Policy, New York: New York University Press

Lyman, Stanford M. (1976) 'The Chinese diaspora in America, 1850-1943' in The life, influence and the role of the Chinese in the United States, 1776-1960, Proceedings/ Papers of the National Conference held at The University of San Francisco July 10, 11, 12, 1975, San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 128-146

Lyndon, S. (1985) Chinese gold: the Chinese in the Monterey Bay region, Capitola: Capitola Book Company

Ly-Tio-Faue Pineo, Huguette (1955) Chinese diaspora in western Indian Ocean, Port Lonis, Editor to L’ocean Indian and Chinese Catholic Mission

Mackie, J. A. C. (ed.) (1976) The Chinese in Indonesia, Singapore: Heinemann

MacNair, F. H. (1924) The Chinese abroad, Shanghai: Commercial Press

McBeath, G. A. (1973) Political integration of the Philippine Chinese, Berkeley: University of California

McCarthy, C. (1971) Philippine Chinese integration, Manila: Pagkakaisa Sa Pag-Unlad

McCarthy, C. (1973) ‘The Chinese in the Philippines’ in V. A. Gorospe et al. (eds ) The Filipinos in the seventies: an ecumenical perspective, Quezon City: New Day Publishers

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Merskill, J. M. (1979) A Chinese pioneer family: the Lins of Wu-feng, Taiwan, 1729-1895, Princeton: Princeton University Press

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Minchin, J. (1986) No man is an island: a study of Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew, Sydney: Allen and Unwin

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Wu, D. Y. (1991) ‘The construction of Chinese and non-Chinese identites’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 159-180

Wynne, W. L. (1941) Triad and Tabut, Singapore: Government Printing Office

Yarwood, A. T. (1964) Asian migration to Australia, the background to exclusion, 1896-1923, Melbourne, NY: Melbourne University Press

Yen, C.-H. (1970) ‘Ch’ings sale of honours and the Chinese leadership in Singapore and Malaya, 1877-1912’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 1 (2), 20-32

Yen, C.-H. (1985) Coolies and Mandarins: China’s protection of overseas Chinese during the late Ch’ing period (1851-1911), Singapore: Singapore University Press

Yen-ho Wu, David (1991) ‘The construction of Chinese and non-Chinese identities’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 159–81

Yeo-chi King, Ambrose (1991) ‘Kuan-hsi and network building: a sociological interpretation’, Daedalus, 20 (2), 63–84

Yeung, H. Wai-chung and Olds, K. (forthcoming) (eds) The gobalisation of Chinese business firms, London: Macmillan

Yong, C. F. (1977) The new gold mountain: the Chinese in Australia, 1901-1921, Richmond (Aus): Raphael Arts

Yong, C. F. (1987) Tan Kah-kee: the making of an Overseas Chinese legend, Singapore: Oxford University Press

Young, E. (1898) The kingdom of the yellow robe, London: Archibald Constable, 1898; Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1982

Yun, G. (ed.) (1989) A look beyond the model minority image: critical issues in Asian America, Hamden: Minority Rights Group

Yung, J. (1986) Chinese women of America: a pictorial history, Seattle: University of Washington Press

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Cypriots

Bibliographies

Research Resources and Organisations

Anthias, F. (1992) Ethnicity, class, gender and migration: Greek-Cypriots in Britain, Avebury

Bhatti, F. M. (1981) Turkish Cypriots in Britain, Research Papers, Muslims in Europe, 11, London: Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations

Cylwik, H. (1993) Perceptions of ageing among Greek Cypriot elders. Page Newsletter, 93, 23-24

Cylwik, H, & Wilson, G. (1996) Capacity building in the Cypriot communites, Report for the Enfield Council

Cylwik, H, & Wilson, G. (1997) Older Cypriots and their carers, Report for the Enfield Council

George, V. and Millerson, G. (1966/7) ‘The Cypriot community in London’ Race, 8, 276-292

King, R. and Bridal, L.T. (1982) The changing distribution of Cypriots in London, Etudes Migrations, 19 (65), 93-121

Ladbury, S. (1977) ‘The Turkish Cypriots: ethnic relations in London and Cyprus’ in James L. Watson (ed.), Between two cultures, migrants ad minorities in Britain, Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 301-331

Loizos, P. (1981) The heart grown bitter. A chronical of Cypriot war refugees, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Oakley, R. (1970) ‘The Cypriots in Britain’, Race Today, 2, 99-102

Oakley, R. (1979) ‘The Cypriot migration to Britain’ in Verity Saifullah Khan (ed.), Minority families in Britain, London: Macmillan, 13-34

Oakley, R. (1987) ‘The control of Cypriot migration to Britain between the wars’ Immigrants and Minorities, 6 (1), 30-43

Oakley, R. (1989) ‘Cypriot migration to Britain to World War II’, New Community, 15 (4), 509-525

Storkey, M. (1996) Identifying the Cypriot community from the 1991 census, Demographic and Statistical Studies, London: London Research Centre

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Europeans

Bibliographies

Research Resources and Organisations

Anon (1982) The diaspora of the British, London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies Collected Seminar Papers, (31)

Andorka, R. (1989) ‘Demography of the Hungarian diaspora’, New Hungarian Quarterly, 30, 103-4

Buechler, Hans Christian and Judith-Maria Buechler (eds.) (1987) Migrants in Europe: the role of family, labor and politics, New York: Greenwood Press
An overview of both theoretical issues and the scope and variety of migratory movements in Europe. Looks at economic decision making in migrant households, implications of migration for landholding, ties between migrants and families left behind, and kin, friendship and neighbourbood networks

Hoerder, Dirk (1994) 'German Speaking Immigrants [in Canada]: co-founders or mosaic? A research note on politics and statistics in scholarship', Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Kanadastudien, 14 (2), 51-65

Hoerder, Dirk and Jörg Nagler (eds) (1995) People in transition. German migrants in comparative perspective, 1820-1830, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Hoerder, Dirk (1995) ' "Euer Amerika ist hier" - Veränderungen der Lebensbedingungen in des Aus- und Abwanderungsgebieten Norddeutschlands', 7-22, und ' "Die factischen Verhältnisse haben sich inzwischen völig verandert" - Konsequensen der Abwanderung in Norddeutschland', 287-292 in Horst Rössler et al. (eds) 'Es zieht eben einer den Anderen nach' - Wanderungen und ihre Wirkungen auf ausgewählte Gebiete Schleswig - Holsteins und Ostelbiens (St.Katherinen: Scripta Mercaturae)

Hoerder, Dirk (1996) 'German-speaking immigrants of many backgrounds and the 1990s Canadian identity' in Franz A.J.Szabo (ed.) Austrian immigration to Canada. Selected Essays, Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 11-31

Hoerder, Dirk (1997) 'German migration history and migration policy in a European context: recommendations for a public debate' in Kenneth Nyström (ed.) Encountering strangers. Responces and consequences: cultural, political, legal, Lund

Hoerder, Dirk (1997) 'The German-Canadian experience viewed through life writings , 1950s to 1930s' in Angelika Sauer and Mattias Zimmer (eds) German-Canadian identity: methods and results, Bern: Lang

Herbert, U. (1986) Geschichte der Auslanderbeschaftigung in Deutscland 1880 bis 1980: Saisonarbeiter, Zangsarbeiter, Gastarbeiter, Berlin: SHW Dietz

Jones, E. (1981) ‘The Welsh in London in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries’, Welsh History Review, (10), 451-79

Makkaim B. (1995) ‘The espousal of the Hungarian diaspora in Bosnia’, Regio, 6(3), 65-88

Marrus, Michael R. (1985) The unwanted: European refugees in the twentieth century, Oxford: Oxford University Press

Moody, D. (1991) ‘Germany II: the return of the diaspora’, World Today, Bowker-Saur

Morawska, Ewa and Willfred Spohn (1997) 'Moving Europeans in the globalising world: contemporary migrations in a historical-comparative perspective (1955-1994 v. 1870-1914) in Wang Gungwu (ed.) Global history and migrations, Boulder CO: Westview Press, 23-62

Mulhall, Michael (1878) The English in South America, Buenos Ayres: Standard Office

Mulhall, Michael George (1892) Handbook of the river plate, Buenos Ayres: Standard Office

Ogden, Philip E. and Paul E. White (eds) (1989) Migrants in modern France: population mobility in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, London: Unwin Hyman

Based on a variety of case studies takes a look at the role of migration in French society and economy

Rubchak, Marian (1992) 'God made me a Lithuanian: nationalist ideology and the constructions of a North American diaspora', Diaspora, 2 (1), 117-29

Rubchak, Marian (1992) 'Dancing with the bones: a comparative study of two Ukranian exilix societies', Diaspora, 2 (3), 337-58

Russell-Wood, J. R. (1992) A world on the move, the Portuguese in Africa, Asia and America, 1415-1808, Manchester: Carcanet in association with Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Vezer, E. (1987) ‘The Polanyi family’, New Hungarian Quarterly, Bowker-Saur

White, L. Michael (1987) ‘The Delos synagogue revisited: recent fieldwork in the Graeco–Roman diaspora’, Harvard Theological Review, 80, 133–60

Williams, George Hunston (1980) The Polish brethren: documentation of the history and thought of unitarianism in the Polish–Lithuanian commonwealth and in the diaspora 1601–1685, Missoula MT: Scholars Press for Harvard Theological Review
Reviewed by Alex Kurczaba, Slavic Review, 43, 334–5, Summer 1984. Also reviewed by Walter F. Bense, Renaissance Quarterly, 36, 433–5,

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