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Migration throughout Times: from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age : a collective monograph Migration throughout Times: from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age : a collective monograph
Migration throughout Times: from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age : a collective monograph Migration throughout Times: from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age : a collective monograph

Migration throughout Times: from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age : a collective monograph

Editorial Board: Vitaly Naumkin, Sergey Panarin, Petr Dashkovskiy, Aleksej Tishkin

Institut vostokovedeniya RAN, Altai State University

Barnaul, 2018, 436 pages

ISBN: 978-5-7904-2258-4

This multi-authored monograph is the result of the fruitful collaboration between the experts in contemporary and historical migrations – probably a first example of such a collaboration in Russian academic practice. The authors of the book study migrations through the lens of history, archeology, ethnology, demography, sociology and other social sciences. Chronologically speaking, the timeline of the book begins with the intrusion of the “Sea Peoples” into the Eastern Mediterranean (1200–900 BC) and ends with the mid-2010s European migration crisis. The structure of the book facilitates the comparison of different case studies of past and present migrations. It allows the reader to compare and contrast the causes, factors and consequences of migrations that have taken place in different regions and historical eras.

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