Transatlantic Migration

European-American migration in the twentieth century

Transatlantic migration movements provide an important context for the individuals, institutions and transfer processes we investigate. European-American migration took various forms in the twentieth century ranging from (seasonal) labor migration to forced migration of refugees, and short-term migration of professionals. Migration patterns and the migration experience were further impacted by changing social contexts and political regulations on both sides of the Atlantic.

This topic lists references and documents that we draw upon in this context.