The bright wave: Irish migrants in Britain in the 1980s
- D'un atelier de moulage Ã un autre: les migrations des mouleurs originaires des Forges du Saint-Maurice et la segmentation du marchÃ© du travail nord-amÃ©ricain, 1851-1884. Bischoff, Peter // Labour / Le Travail;Fall97, Vol. 40, p21
THE MIGRATIONS of the moulders coming from the St. Maurice Forges must be situated in a context of labour market segmentation under the dual pressure of the industry's growth and geographical expansion, and the development of unionism. Because of the blast furnaces decline and the concomitant...
- To Feed Families. // Cobblestone;Oct2009, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p41
The article focuses on the immigration of the Irish people to the U.S. and Canada.
- Forum on New Directions in Irish Immigration and Ethnic History. Bukowczyk, John J. // Journal of American Ethnic History;Summer2009, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p66
An introduction to a selection of articles concerning scholarship in Irish Immigration and Ethnic History is presented.
- â€˜Emigrantsâ€™ and â€˜Exilesâ€™: migration in the early Irish and Scottish church. Lambkin, Brian // Innes Review;Autumn2007, Vol. 58 Issue 2, p133
The article traces the history of Irish and Scottish migration and emigration, and the process by which the Irish Church established a central role in Scottish culture in the sixth century. Particular focus is given on the flow of migration between Ireland and Scotland as evidenced by...
- Strangers to citizens: the Irish in Europe 1600-1800. Canavan, Tony // History Ireland;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p52
The article reviews the exhibition "Strangers to Citizens: The Irish in Europe 1600-1800," at the former Genealogical and Heraldic Museum and staged by the National Library of Ireland in Dublin, Ireland.
- The Suicide of the Irish Race. KELLY, M. V. // America;12/1/1928, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p179
The article focuses on the demise of the Irish race in their native land. According to it, practically everyone who leaves Ireland has the same objective and that is the high wages paid in other countries like the U.S. It says that there are some Irish who go to Canada as a means of getting to...
- The Diaspora as a Process. Arutiunov, S.A. // Anthropology & Archeology of Eurasia;Summer2002, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p89
Explores the process behind the evolution of diaspora. Influences to the transformation of not-diaspora into diaspora; Questions concerning the designation of colonizers as diaspora; Different status resulting from the process of diaspora.
- Japanese Colonizers in the Honam Plain of Colonial Korea. Takenori MATSUMOTO; Seungjin CHUNG // Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies;Oct2015, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p263
Japan, as a latecomer to imperial expansion, began to seek a food supply for its empire in its neighbor Korea's southern rice basket--the Honam Plain. With the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), a massive wave of Japanese immigration brought many settlers to the Honam Plain, where...
- MANPOWER FOR BRITAIN'S EMPIRE. Brayshay, Mark // History Today;Aug82, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p41
Discusses the colonial emigration in Great Britain in the 19th century. Colonies targeted by the emigrants; Events which led to the emigration; Efforts of the government to address the problems posed by the situation.