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Type : Enregistrement sonoreGenre : Colloque, conférenceAuteur: Interviewer, FELDMAN, DavidEditeur : Paris : Cité nationale de l'histoire de l'immigration (CNHI) , 2011Résumé : Résumé : "This paper will survey the history of immigration to Britain since 1800 and the changing approaches taken by historians to this history over the last four decades. These historiographical changes have been influenced by a) the decline in social and institutional history and the rising influence of the history of cultures and identities, b) the imperatives of research councils - and the Arts and Humanities Research Council as it has sought to demonstrate to government its utility, and c) the changing ways in which immigration issues have arisen in political and social debate. The paper will argue that the significance of institutional and economic elements of immigration are too often neglected in the present. It will also argue that well-meaning emphasis on the longevity of immigration in British history has drawn attention away from important discontinuities in the post war period." - Présentation éditeurRessources en ligne (Internet) : Cliquez ici pour consulter en ligneSujet - Nom commun : histoire de l'immigration | historiographie Sujet - Nom géographique : Grande-Bretagne -- pays Dewey : 325.1Plan de classement : : 1 Introduction à l’histoire de l’immigration | 1A Histoire de l’immigration
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Résumé "This paper will survey the history of immigration to Britain since 1800 and the changing approaches taken by historians to this history over the last four decades. These historiographical changes have been influenced by a) the decline in social and institutional history and the rising influence of the history of cultures and identities, b) the imperatives of research councils - and the Arts and Humanities Research Council as it has sought to demonstrate to government its utility, and c) the changing ways in which immigration issues have arisen in political and social debate. The paper will argue that the significance of institutional and economic elements of immigration are too often neglected in the present. It will also argue that well-meaning emphasis on the longevity of immigration in British history has drawn attention away from important discontinuities in the post war period." - Présentation éditeur

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