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Dame Stephanie Shirley
1 October 2015
The third Martin Miller and Hannah Norbert-Miller Memorial Lecture
Volker Mertens
1 September 2015
The 2013 Bithell Memorial Lecture
Historical Research for Higher Degrees in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, Vol. 76
Compiled by Sarah Mayhew Hinder, Emily Morrell, and Jane Winters
31 July 2015
A Guide to the Records of the Colonial Office in the National Archives of the UK
Mandy Banton
17 July 2015
This guide is an updated version of Mandy Banton's indispensable introduction to the records of British government departments responsible for the administration of colonial affairs, and now held in The National Archives of the United Kingdom. It covers the period from about 1801 to 1966. It has been planned as a user-friendly guide concentrating on the organisation of the records, the information they are likely to provide and how to use the contemporary finding aids. It also provides an outline of the expansion of the British empire during the period and discusses the organisation of colonial governments.
Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Latin America
Edited by David James Cantor, Luisa Feline Freier, and Jean-Pierre Gauci
30 May 2015
Over the past decade, a paradigm shift in migration and asylum law and policymaking appears to have taken place in Latin America. Does this apparent ""liberal tide"" of new laws and policies suggest a new approach to the hot topics of migration and refugees in Latin America distinct from the regressive and restrictive attitudes on display in other parts of the world? The question is urgent not only for our understanding of contemporary Latin America but also as a means of reorienting the debate in the migration studies field toward the important developments currently taking place in the region and in other parts of the global south. This book brings together eight varied and vibrant new analyses by scholars from Latin America and beyond...
Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Latin America
Edited by David James Cantor, Luisa Feline Freier, and Jean-Pierre Gauci
30 May 2015
Over the past decade, a paradigm shift in migration and asylum law and policymaking appears to have taken place in Latin America. Does this apparent ""liberal tide"" of new laws and policies suggest a new approach to the hot topics of migration and refugees in Latin America distinct from the regressive and restrictive attitudes on display in other parts of the world? The question is urgent not only for our understanding of contemporary Latin America but also as a means of reorienting the debate in the migration studies field toward the important developments currently taking place in the region and in other parts of the global south. This book brings together eight varied and vibrant new analyses by scholars from Latin America and beyond...

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