Explore the map to discover European archives and libraries with primary sources on women's migration. This project is led by WG1.
Catalogue of primary sources soon available here
Where to find women migrants in the archives?
A list of databases across Europe
France: Oddysseo; AsileEuropeXIX
United Kingdom: England's immigrants
Quantitative data soon available here
Read Emma and Olivia: An immigrant’s album by Katelin Marit Parsons (Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Reykjavik, Iceland)
Read Gina Burileanu, O călătorie cu bicicleta [A trip on a bicycle] by Nicoleta Roman (‘Nicolae Iorga’ Institute of History, Bucharest, Romania)
Read Mirka Mora: from post-World War II migrant to Melbourne’s most beloved artist by Victoria Souliman (University of Sydney, Australia)
Read Isabella Inglish, a successful Scottish saleswoman by Lisa Lemoine & Manon Martel (université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens)
Read My Mother, the gold dress and the cruise to New York by Elaine Moriarty (Trinity College Dublin)
Read Maria Raunio, the Girl in the Painting. A Seamstress, an M.P, and a Migrant by Pirita Frigren, (University of Turku, Finland and Keuruu Museum Director, June 2022−May 2023)
Read The unknown story of Harriet Macmillan Cockburn by David Bruneau, Emma Smelten (université de Picardie Jules Verne, France), Aleksandar Jekic, and Matija Palčič (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)