Migration: The COMPAS Anthology is a unique compendium of short articles, poems and images on the multiple interlinked practices, policies, responses and experiences that make up the phenomenon ‘migration’. This anthology is designed both as a teaching and research resource and as a provocation, posing questions and sharing insights on migration and linking it to wider patterns of social change.
Edited by Bridget Anderson and Michael Keith, the Anthology brings together migration experts and winners from COMPAS’ photo and poetry competitions to give their take on migration, ranging from personal reflections to succinct topic overviews.
The website version of Migration: The COMPAS Anthology provides search facilities for content, as well as images and PDF versions of individual articles. It also has listings of films and literature on the theme of migration.
It is free to download a text only version of the Anthology to a computer or portable device. Feel free to download and circulate the following versions:
Android and other readers versions (link to download options) This link will take you to a Smashwords page where you can download a version for your reader.
If you prefer a physical book then you might want to purchase a copy. Our Anthology is tactile and pretty to look at, even if we do say so ourselves! It would make a great gift for anyone interested in migration. The advantage of this version is that it also has winning images from COMPAS’ photo competitons. We will even throw in some COMPAS postcards for free!
You can buy the book from the University of Oxford Store for £18.00 (including packing and postage).
Anderson, B. and Keith, M. (eds) (2014) Migration: The COMPAS Anthology, Oxford: COMPAS | ISBN: 978-1-907271-03-8
Asylum and RefugeesCareCitiesCitizenshipCivil SocietyDetention and DeportationDiasporaDiscriminationDiversityEducationEnforcementEuropean UnionGenderGeneration and Life courseHealthIllegalityIntegrationLabour MarketsLow Skilled MigrationNeighbourhoodsNetworksPoliciesPoliticsPublic OpinionReligionTransnationalismWar and conflictWelfare