52 / 2020

Two homelands


ANDREJ KURNIK, MAPLE RAZSA: Reappropriating the Balkan Route: Mobility Struggles and Joint-Agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina

MARIJA BRUJIĆ: “There’s No Place Like Home”: Female EU Migrants in Belgrade

FRANCESCO DELLA PUPPA: Trade Unions, Migrant Workers, and Racial Discrimination in Italy in Times of Economic Crisis

DAMJAN FUJS, SIMON VRHOVEC: Use of Social Networking Services among Slovenes around the World

SOFIA MORALES, JULIJA SÖHNHOLZ: Taking Part and Being There: A Small Insight into the Spatial Participation of Young Adult Immigrants in Oldenburg’s Public Spaces

MARTINA BOFULIN: Chinese Migrants and COVID-19: Mobility and Exclusion in the Time of Pandemic

MARINA LUKŠIČ-HACIN: Brain Drain from the End of the 1950s to the Beginning of the 1990s with an Emphasis on Slovenia

JERNEJ MLEKUŽ: “Not Serbs, not Slovenes, not Catholics or Orthodox, not even Italian and our Citizens”: How the Slovenian Newspapers Reported on the Slovenian Colony in Bistrenica (Macedonia) 1930–1940

IRENA LESAR, IVANA MAJCEN, ANJA PODLESEK: Attitudes of (Future) Educational Staff as a Basis for Quality Inclusion of Immigrant Children

MIHA ZOBEC: Book Review - Marcelo J. Borges in Sonia Cancian (ur.), Migrant Letters: Emotional Language, Mobile Identities, and Writing Practices in Historical Perspective; London, New York, Routledge, 2018, 206 str.