Category Archives: Migration

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Irish Medical Migration and the First World War

By David Durnin “I was just wasting my time remaining in Ireland. I became very restless. I wanted to get away. Anywhere out of Dublin.”[i] These were the words of James Abraham, an Irish doctor who received his M.D. from

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Irish Medical Migration and the First World War

By David Durnin “I was just wasting my time remaining in Ireland. I became very restless. I wanted to get away. Anywhere out of Dublin.”[i] These were the words of James Abraham, an Irish doctor who received his M.D. from

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Medical Migration between Turkey and Germany from the 1930s to the 1970s: The Establishment of a Transnational Professional Network

  By Lisa Peppler It is not widely known that medical migration is one of the most important parts of the Turkish-German relationship, as well as a central part of the medical history in both countries. Today’s strong transnational network

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Medical Migration between Turkey and Germany from the 1930s to the 1970s: The Establishment of a Transnational Professional Network

  By Lisa Peppler It is not widely known that medical migration is one of the most important parts of the Turkish-German relationship, as well as a central part of the medical history in both countries. Today’s strong transnational network

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Homesick: Disease and Distance in American Indian Boarding Schools

By Juliet Larkin-Gilmore In 1944, sixteen-year old Madonna Mary Swan confessed to her teacher, “I don’t want to die like they did, far away from mother and father, not seeing them again.”[1] She was referring to her friends who had succumbed

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Homesick: Disease and Distance in American Indian Boarding Schools

By Juliet Larkin-Gilmore In 1944, sixteen-year old Madonna Mary Swan confessed to her teacher, “I don’t want to die like they did, far away from mother and father, not seeing them again.”[1] She was referring to her friends who had succumbed

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A Dysfunctional Diaspora? Causes and consequences of mental illness among (mainly) British immigrants to Canada, c. 1870 – c. 1914

By Marjory Harper A transient tradesman In December 1911 Jack[1], a thirty-nine-year-old Scot, was admitted to the British Columbia Provincial Hospital in New Westminster with delusions and auditory hallucinations. After leaving school at the age of eleven, Jack had worked

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A Dysfunctional Diaspora? Causes and consequences of mental illness among (mainly) British immigrants to Canada, c. 1870 – c. 1914

By Marjory Harper A transient tradesman In December 1911 Jack[1], a thirty-nine-year-old Scot, was admitted to the British Columbia Provincial Hospital in New Westminster with delusions and auditory hallucinations. After leaving school at the age of eleven, Jack had worked