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This new study rests upon scholarship from several disciplines and draws extensively upon oral testimony, eye-witness accounts, and film, as well as unpublished source material in the archives of governments, international organisations, and non-governmental organisations. The Making of the Modern Refugee explores the significance that refugees attached to the places they left behind, to their journeys, and to their destinations - in short, how refugees helped to interpret and fashion their own history.
Peter Gatrell was educated at the University of Cambridge. In 1976 he joined the University of Manchester where he is currently Professor of Economic History and affiliated to new Humanitarian and Conflict Research Institute. He teaches courses on refugees in modern world history, Russian economic and social history, the cultural history of war, and the history of humanitarianism. He is the author of several books including The Tsarist Economy, 1850-1917 (1986), A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia during World War 1 (1999), and Free World? The campaign to save the world's refugees, 1956-1963 (2011).
Table of Contents
Preface and acknowledgements
List of maps and tables
Introduction: The Making of the Modern Refugee
Part 1: Empires of Refugees
1. Crucibles of Population Displacement before and during the Great War
2. Nation-states and the Birth of a 'Refugee Problem' in Inter-war Europe
Part 2: Mid-Century Maelstrom
3. Europe Uprooted: Refugee Crises and 'Durable Solutions' at Mid-Century
4. 'Nothing Except Commas': Jews, Palestinians, and the Torment of Displacement
5. Midnight's Refugees? Partition and its Aftermath in India and Pakistan
6. War and Population Displacement in East Asia, 1937-1950
Part 3: Refugees in the Global Cold War and its Aftermath
7. 'Villages of Discipline': the Cold War and Refugees in South-East Asia
8. 'Long Road': Africa's Refugees, Decolonisation, and 'Development'
9. 'Some Kind of Freedom': Refugees, Homecoming, and Refugee Voices in Contemporary History
Conclusion: Refugees and their History