The European Diaspora in Australia: An Interdisciplinary Perspective
Bruno Mascitelli, Sonia Mycak, Gerardo Papalia
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, May 11, 2016 - 265 pages
This volume provides a contemporary reflection on the journey of many former European communities that migrated to Australia in the post-war period and their stories of settlement, assimilation and integration. The chapters provide perspectives from a range of disciplines and approaches across different communities. There are common themes that emerge, as well as unique issues which define these communities.
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