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Barriers to migration: Are policing and fencing the answer?

By: Mette Berg, Departmental Lecturer, Anthropology of Migration Just before Christmas I read an article in the Financial Times about increasing numbers of migrants trying to enter Ceuta and Melilla. These two Spanish cities on the Moroccan coast represent the only … Continue reading

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Diasporic school associations

By: Mette Louise Berg, Departmental Lecturer, Anthropology of Migration Research in capitalist societies has shown that schooling reproduces class privilege despite meritocratic ideals. Educational background has been widely identified as key to ensuring entry into powerful networks, such as old boys’ … Continue reading

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Migration and Generation

By: Mette Berg, Departmental Lecturer, Anthropology of Migration Questions of migrant adaptation and engagement with their homelands are becoming increasingly important to migrants, their homelands, and the countries where they move. Yet our understanding of how migrants’ pasts impact on … Continue reading

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