Support for Faculty and Librarians
With Border and Migration Studies Online, students and researchers can utilize primary and secondary sources to study borders and migrations through interdisciplinary,comparative, and cross-national perspectives.
For example, users can:
• Examine events through the interactions of personal documents (firsthand accounts) and institutional sources (from governments and organizations).
• Compare events related to the walls in Berlin, Israel/Palestine, and U.S./Mexico.
• Evaluate colonial responses to a range of conflicts.
• Examine policies towards control in different settings.
• Research the history of U.S./Mexico relations, Turkey’s evolution, and Latin American borders.
• Explore the situations of refugees in Europe during WWII and comp