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“Migrations of Ethnic Unmixing in the New Europe
International Migration Review (1998)
  • Rogers Brubaker, UCLA
To the extent that ethnicity or nationality has been relevant to the study of migrations to, from or within Europe in the last century and a half, the focus has been on migration as a 'heterogenizing' process, one important consequence of which has been to introduce or increase ethnic or national heterogeneity in the receiving countries. This article addresses a different, and neglected, link between migration and ethnicity or nationality in Europe. It explores migrations of "ethnic unmixing" or "ethnic affinity."
Publication Date
Winter 1998
Citation Information
Rogers Brubaker. "“Migrations of Ethnic Unmixing in the New Europe" International Migration Review Vol. 32 Iss. 4 (1998)
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