Human Migration: Patterns, Implications and Policies
Human migration is a worldwide phenomenon, spanning every epoch and encompassing many peoples, but one that had not been much studied by scholars. Motivated by this gap in knowledge, the Academy organized a symposium to encourage cross-disciplinary exchange on the policies, patterns, and implications of migration over time, and across and within national borders.
- Human Migration: Patterns and Policies, ed. William H. McNeill and Ruth S. Adams. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1978. (out of print)
- PROJECT DATE: 1976-1978
- PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR: William H. McNeill (University of Chicago)
- SOURCE OF FUNDING: Lilly Endowment, Inc.
- COLLABORATING ORGANIZATION: Indiana University