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Migration Editors: Johannes Knolle, James Poskett Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Cambridge University Press Pages: 203 Illustrations and other contents: Worked examples or Exercises; 25 Plates, color; 21 Halftones, color; 4 Halftones, black and white Language: English ISBN: 9781108746014 Categories: , , ,

Migration is in the news every day. Whether it be the plight of refugees fleeing Syria, or the outbreak of the Zika virus across Latin America, the modern world is fundamentally shaped by movement across borders. Migration, arising from the 2018 Darwin College Lectures, brings together eight leading scholars across the arts, humanities, and sciences to help tackle one of the most important topics of our time. What is migration? How has it changed the world? And how will it shape the future? The authors approach these questions from a variety of perspectives, including history, politics, epidemiology, and art. Chapters related to policy, as well as those written by leading journalists and broadcasters, give perspective on how migration is understood in the media, and engage the public more widely. This interdisciplinary approach provides an original take on migration, providing new insights into the making of the modern world.

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Author Biography

Johannes Knolle is Associate Professor for the Theory of Quantum Matter at the Technical University of Munich. His work focuses on unconventional quantum phases of matter. He was awarded the Dissertation Prize in 2015 by the German Physical Society and the Springer Theses Prize in 2015. James Poskett is Assistant Professor in the History of Science and Technology at the University of Warwick. James' research engages broadly with the global history of science and technology from 1750 to the present day. His first book, Materials of the Mind: Phrenology, Race, and the Global History of Science, 1815-1920, was published in 2019. He writes regularly in the popular press and in 2013 was shortlisted for the BBC New Generation Thinker Award.