Boats, planes and trains: British migration, mobility and transnational experience

Authors

  • Neil Lunt The York Management School, University of York

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v5i2.50

Keywords:

British migration, mobility, emigration, transnationalism

Abstract

This paper discusses the paucity of scholarship on contemporary British international migration experience, and highlights why British nations are viewed as beyond detailed international migration and transnational scholarship. Resisting this closure, discussion invokes a transnational lens to explore three flows: post-war migration of British citizens to traditional destinations; British retirement migration to the Mediterranean; and British professional migration. The paper adds its voice to a growing body of work that argues for a widening of the migration agenda to include qualitative work and a transnational approach to enable British migratory experience to be fully investigated.

How to Cite

Lunt, N. (1). Boats, planes and trains: British migration, mobility and transnational experience. Migration Letters, 5(2), 151-165. https://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v5i2.50

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