Crossing Borders in a Global World: Applying Anthropology to Migration, Displacement, and Social Change | Rowman & Littlefield
Crossing Borders in a Global World: Applying Anthropology to Migration, Displacement, and Social Change
By crossing political, social, cultural, and identity borders current migrants, refugees, and travelers meet challenges of globalization in their processes of displacement, incorporation, and adaptation to new settlements. These circumstances open up opportunities for anthropologists and members of related disciplines to work together with migrants, residents, and communities seeking to contribute to knowledge and action. This series seeks to address these challenges and their intersections with national, ethnic, gender, and generational identities by providing a range of interdisciplinary theoretical and methodological frameworks of how scholars and practitioners can approach not only knowledge, but also application. In addition, this series aims to show models of collaboration and interaction in economy, policy, social and physical reproduction, health, labor market, education, and other social institutions. In doing so, the series should be of value to scholars studying historical and contemporary issues in displacement, migration, immigration, and development studies as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate students and practitioners interested in the impact of displacements, migration, and social and cultural changes in contemporary societies. Some examples of specific movements are migrants from less to more affluent areas, migrants escaping violence in their home contexts, migrants sent abroad by their companies, and people seeking medical and reproductive treatments unavailable at home.



Editor(s): Raúl Sánchez Molina (ersanchez@fsof.uned.es) and Nancy Anne Konvalinka (nkonvalinka@fsof.uned.es)
Advisory Board: Maria Eugenia Bozzoli, Adi Bharadwaj, Monica Bonaccorso, Lucy M. Cohen, Yasmine Ergas, Andrés Fábregas Puig, Carles Feixa, Ubaldo Martínez Veiga, Marit Melhuus, Alicia Re Cruz, Amy Speier, Meenakshi Thapan, and María Amelia Viteri
Staff editorial contact: Kasey Beduhn (kbeduhn@rowman.com)
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