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Global Literature After 1900: Race, Migration, Europe: Migrants and Refugees: Oral Histories plus

Europe

For me personally, one of the most important things is that I believe this involvement (forming European Movement Ireland) will create a new awareness of ourselves as Europeans and as Irish people; that is, through Europe we will find ourselves.
Denis Corboy on the formation of the Irish Council of the European Movement, January 11, 1954.

Source Collections

Repository of the Observatory of the Refugee and Migration Crisis in the Aegean
Articles, documentaries, interviews, videos, datasets, etc. Greek and English.
UNISPAL: UN Information System on the Question of Palestine
Search or browse a large collection (30,000+) of current and historical United Nations documents concerning the question of Palestine and related issues since 1946.

Oral Histories

To find published personal accounts, search the QuickSearch Catalog with the subjects:

Refugees Personal Narratives
Immigrants Personal Narrative
Exiles Personal Narratives
Database of Greek-Jewish Holocaust Survivors' Testimonies
Women Migrants from East to West: Gender, Mobility and Belonging in Contemporary Europe
Luisa Passerini et al, editor. New York, Berghahn Books, 2007. "The research this book presents is an oral history of women who have migrated from Bulgaria or Hungary, to Italy or the Netherlands." Available?
Roma Stories: Oral History Project
"Experiences and stories of Roma people from Eastern and Central Europe who live in London."
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