Tag Archives: Immigration

Irish Women: Emigrating from their home

The project that I have chosen is a research paper that focuses on the history and experiences of Irish women emigrating from Ireland. Migration is an important historical aspect of Ireland and the Irish culture because it is a major cause of the Irish culture and Irish ideology due to its effect on the Irish […]



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Switzerland Immigration and the European Union

Switzerland has a very interesting relationship with the European Union because it is right in the middle and yet not a member. It toes the line of being a member by belonging to the European Free Trade Association but not the European Economic area. They have access to the Free Market which allows free movement […]



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CHINATOWN, NYC: An Ethnic Enclave Forged by Collectivism

For my final project I decided to explore the history behind New York City’s Chinatown, and explore the factors that contributed to its creation and inclusion in one of the worlds most culturally diverse cities. I had found that religious sites had served an integral role in supporting the immigrant community, and drew parallels between […]



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Refugee and Immigration Policy in Austria

Sam Kimball Dr. Betsy Allen-Pennebaker Vienna: Bridge from East to West 13 November 2016 Refugee and Immigration Policy in Austria Austria’s relationship with refugees and immigrants is best described as polarizing and contentious. Historically, Austria has often been a place of refuge for displaced peoples in Europe, most notably after World War II, throughout the […]



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