African Migration and Diaspora Series | Rowman & Littlefield
African Migration and Diaspora Series
Migration is transforming the socioeconomic, political, and cultural landscapes of Africa. For a growing number of Africans, migration has become the vehicle for establishing interconnections with the international community. Migration is a poverty-reduction strategy designed to empower Africans and create agencies for self-improvement and community development. Africa and Africans are aspirational actors imbued with energy, talents, and buoyed by rich cultural traditions and heritages that resonate in their migratory profiles. African Migration and Diaspora is a collection of monographs and edited collections on contemporary transnational African migration and how these migrations are defining and transforming African societies. This series accentuates how African immigrants influence and are influenced by their host societies, including a synthesis of how migratory outcomes are played out in the migrant countries of origination. It also builds social, cultural, economic, and political platforms to provide a comprehensive understanding of the importance of migration in Africa's rising.


Editor(s): John A. Arthur(jarthur@d.umn.edu) and Mary Setrana (mobkjowat@yahoo.com)
Staff editorial contact: Emily Roderick (eroderick@rowman.com)
Migration and Development in Africa: Trends, Challenges, and Policy Implications
EDITED BY STEVE TONAH; MARY BOATEMAA SETRANA AND JOHN A. ARTHUR - CONTRIBUTIONS BY RICHARD KWABENA OWUSU KYEI; ...
Lexington Books • August 2017 • Monograph
Class Formations and Inequality Structures in Contemporary African Migration: Evidence from Ghana
JOHN A. ARTHUR
Lexington Books • October 2014 • Monograph