Acknowledgements and further reading

We would like to thank the experts who have contributed to our course:

• Rosa Salzberg, University of Warwick (UK) and European University Institute (Florence, Italy)

• Jeremie Molho, European University Institute (Florence, Italy)

• Jacqui Broadhead, COMPAS, Oxford University (UK)

• Marco Martiniello, University of Liege (Belgium)

• Jan Braat, Policy Advisor, City of Utrecht (Netherlands)

• Niene Oepkes, Policy Advisor, City of Utrecht (Netherlands)

• Vivian Gerrand, European University Institute (Florence, Italy)

Further readings:

If you want to dig deeper into some of the issues we have developed in the course, you can consult the following references, which we have referred to during the last three weeks:

Berger, J. and Mohr, J. (2011 [1975]) A Seventh Man: Migrant workers in Europe. London: Verso.

Bruslé, T. (2010) ‘Living in and out of the host society: Aspects of Nepalese migrants’ experience of division in Qatar. Qualitative-research.net Volume 11 Number 2.

Engels, F. (2009 [1845]) The Condition of the Working Class in England. London: Penguin.

EUROCITIES (2015) ‘Cities and Migrants II: Implementing the EUROCITIES Integrating Cities Charter’.

Glick Schiller, N and Çaglar, A. (2008) ‘Migrant Incorporation and city scale: Towards a theory of locality in migration studies’ Willy Brandt Series of Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations.

Portes, A. (2000) ‘Immigration and the metropolis: Reflections on urban history’, Journal of International Migration and Integration Volume 1 Issue 2, pp. 153-175.

Rabinow, P. (1989) French Modern. Norms and Forms of the Social Environment. Cambridge MA.: MIT Press. (For a discussion of colonial urban planning in Morocco and European migration to cities such as Rabat and Casablanca )

Richie, A. (1999) Faust’s Metropolis: A History of Berlin. New York: Carroll & Graf.

Stevens, M. (2009) ‘Stories Old and New: Migration and identity in the UK heritage sector’. IPPR report for the Migration Museum Working Group.

World Economic Forum (2017) Migration and its impact on cities. WEF Report.

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