This page displays all books that are published from the collaborative work of WEMov participants.
Art and migration. Revisioning the borders of community
Edited by Bénédicte Miyamoto and Marie Ruiz
Manchester University Press (June 2021)
This collection offers a response to the view that migration disrupts national heritage. Investigating the mediation provided by migrant art, it asks how we can rethink art history in a way that uproots its reliance on space and place as stable definition
Gender and Migration in Historical Perspective Institutions, Labour and Social Networks, 16th to 20th Centuries
Edited by Beatrice Zucca Micheletto
Palgrave Studies in Economic History (PEHS) 2022
This edited collection focuses on migrant women and their families, aiming to study their migration patterns in a historical and gendered perspective from early modernity to contemporary times, and to reassess the role and the nature of their commitment.