Book ID: CBB615296815

Intimate Mobilities: Sexual economies, marriage and migration in a disparate world (2018)

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Christian Groes (Editor)
Fernandez, Nadine T. (Editor)


Berghahn Books


Publication Date: 2018
Edition Details: Book Series:Worlds in Motion, no. 3
Physical Details: 238
Language: English

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Review Montegary, Liz (March 2019) Review of "Intimate Mobilities: Sexual economies, marriage and migration in a disparate world". Transfers (pp. 114-115). unapi

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Authors & Contributors
Smith, Roger C.
Weidman, Nadine M.
Nicola Frost
Neeley, Tsedal
Michael J. Flynn
Matthew B. Flynn
Journals
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Journal of Early Modern History
Journal of Family History
Publishers
Routledge
Cambridge University Press
Harvard University Press
Berghahn Books
Princeton University Press
Edward Elgar Publishing
Concepts
Mobility
Emigration; immigration
Human behavior
Case studies
intercultural communication
Marriage
People
Gall, Franz Joseph
Galilei, Galileo
Places
United States
Japan
Africa
Spain
India
Europe
Times
21st century
20th century
Early modern
Ancient
20th century, early
19th century
Institutions
United Nations
UNESCO
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