Coming Home?: Conflict and Postcolonial Return Migration in the Context of France and North Africa, 1962-2009: Vol. 2: Conflict and Postcolonial Return Migration in the Context of France and North Africa, 1962-2009 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Hardback, 2013)
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- DescriptionThe wars of the twentieth century uprooted people on a previously unimaginable scale to the extent that being a refugee became an increasingly widespread experience. With the arrival of refugees, governments of host countries had to mediate between divided national populations: some wished to welcome those arriving in search of refuge; others preferred a strategy of exclusion or even expulsion. At the same time, refugees had to manage conflicts of the self as they responded to the loss of nationhood, families, socio-political networks, material goods, and arguably also a sense of belonging or home. While return migration was usually perceived by governments and refugees alike as the best solution to the dilemmas of forced displacement, consensus about the timing and dynamics of how this would actually occur was very difficult to achieve. In practice, the return of refugees to their countries of origin rarely, if ever, produced a wholly satisfactory outcome. Conflicts clearly resulted in forced displacement, but it is equally true that forced displacement created conflicts. The complex inter-relationship of conflict, return migration and the sometimes chimerical, but still compelling search for a sense of home is the central preoccupation of the contributors to the two volumes of the Coming Home? series. Scholars from history, literature, cultural studies and sociology explore the tensions between nation-states and migrants as they have anticipated, implemented or challenged the process of return migration during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The first volume - Coming Home? Conflict and Return Migration in the Aftermath of Europe's Twentieth-Century Civil Wars - covers the period of the Spanish Civil War to the Cold War with a focus on Western, Central and Eastern Europe. This book shifts attention to the colonial and post-colonial framework of the French-North African nexus.
- Author BiographySharif Gemie is Professor of History at the University of Glamorgan. Scott Soo is Lecturer in French Studies at the University of Southampton.
- PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
- Date of Publication01/10/2013
- SubjectSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationNewcastle upon Tyne
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintCambridge Scholars Publishing
- Weight358 g
- Width148 mm
- Height212 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edited byScott Soo,Sharif Gemie
- Format DetailsWith dust jacket
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