Studies in Scottish and Irish Migration

Series Editor(s): Tom M. Devine, Angela McCarthy

From the 1600s to the current day, millions of Scottish and Irish migrants have sought new lives around the world. Scotland and Ireland have also received returning migrants and other newcomers of diverse ethnicities. This pioneering international book series examines the causes, consequences and legacies of this movement on the homelands, the migrants and the destinations in which they settled. The series incorporates not just the inward and outward movement of people, but of ideas and objects, and encourages scholars to utilise multidisciplinary perspectives. It breaks new ground as a series by specifically encouraging transnational and comparative conceptual frameworks across groups, space, and time from established and emerging scholars.

Key Features

  • Pioneering series on comparative and transnational approaches to Scottish and Irish inward and outward migrations
  • Ranges widely over time, from the 1600s to the contemporary day, with a broad geographical span
  • Incorporates a focus on migrant groups, ideas, objects and material culture
  • Features original contributions from established and emerging scholars

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