Migration Control in the North Atlantic World: The Evolution of State Practices in Europe and the United States from the French Revolution to the Inter-War Period

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Contents
List of Illustrationsvii
Acknowledgementsviii
Notes on Contributorsix
Introduction Andreas Fahrmeir, Olivier Faron and Patrick Weil1
PART I. Beyond the French Revolution: New Concepts of Citizenship: New Methods of Control
1.The Eighteenth-Century Citizenship Revolution in France Peter Sahlins11
2.‘African Citizens’: Slavery, Freedom and Migration During the French Revolution Laurent Dubois25
3.Paris and its Foreigners in the Late Eighteenth Century Olivier Faron and Cyril Grange39
4.British Nationality Policy as a Counter-Revolutionary Strategy During the Napoleonic Wars: The Emergence of Modern Naturalization Regulations Margrit Schulte Beerbühl55
PART II. An Age of Experimentation: Controlling Movement in the Nineteenth Century
5.Passports and the Development of Immigration Controls in the North Atlantic World During the Long Nineteenth Century John Torpey73
6.‘Beggars appear everywhere!’: Changing Approaches to Migration Control in Mid- Nineteenth Century Munich K. M. N. Carpenter92
7.Qualitative Migration Controls in the Antebellum United States Gerald L. Neuman106
8.The Transformation of Nineteenth-Century West European Expulsion Policy, 1880–1914 Frank Caestecker120
9.Foreigners and the Law in Nineteenth-Century Austria: Juridical Concepts and Legal Rights in the Light of the Development of Citizenship Birgitta Bader-Zaar138

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