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Developing the Yugoslav Gastarbeiter Reintegration Policy. Political and Economic Aspects (1969-1974)
The emigration of workers, which Yugoslavia legalised in 1963, reached a peak between 1969 and 1973 when around 1.3 million Yugoslav workers and family dependants were estimated to be abroad. TheExpand
Silent Storm: Sexual Violence in the Last Frontier
Silent Storm Sexual violence in the Last Frontier. MULTIMEDIA: saralacy.creatavist.com, password = pookie16 One night a few years ago, when Geneva was thirteen, a man she’d grown up with stumbledExpand
Oil shocks, migration and European integration: a (Trans)national perspective on the Yugoslav crises of the 1980s
ABSTRACT The extensive Yugoslav economic migration and presence of Yugoslav ethnic minorities in Western Europe, as well as the interaction of this migration with the Yugoslav crisis of the 1980s,Expand
Questions à…Sara Bernard
Catherine Baker, The Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s
I volumi pubblicati da Palgrave nella collana “Studies in European History”, di cui il presente studio e il piu recente contributo, si pongono tre principali obiettivi: fornire un’accurata eExpand
Deutsch Marks in the Head, Shovel in the Hands and Yugoslavia in the Heart: the Gastarbeiter return to Yugoslavia (1965-1991)
The temporary employment of Yugoslav citizens in Western countries was one of the most important migration phenomena in socialist Yugoslavia. In the early 1970s, one in every four Yugoslavs employedExpand
Times of hope and despair
This book chapter elaborates on the legacies of migration experiences during socialism in Yugoslavia on returnees in the post-Yugoslav era. The case under analysis is Serbia and the main sources areExpand
A Green Utopia in Mississippi
Transnationalism, Diaspora and Migrants from the Former Yugoslavia in Britain
MunroGayle, Transnationalism, Diaspora and Migrants from the Former Yugoslavia in Britain, London et al.: Routledge 2017. 121 pp., ISBN 978-1-138-69778-2, £ 45.00.