Ian Whyte, 'Migration and settlement' and Chris Williams, 'British identities' in Chris Williams (ed.), Companion to Nineteenth-century Britain
- David Feldman, 'Migration' in Martin Daunton (ed.), Cambridge Urban History of Britain, vol 3
Charles Booth archive: http://booth.lse.ac.uk/
Census data (see Term 1, seminar 2)
Modern Records Centre collection on Immigration and the Jewish Community
Special Issue, Immigrants and Minorities, 2007:
Roger Swift and Sheridan Gilley, 'Irish identities in Victorian Britain'
Roger Swift, 'Identifying the Irish in Victorian Britain: recent trends in historiography'
Malcolm Smith and Donald MacRaild, 'The origins of the Irish in Nothern England'
Mervyn Busteed, 'Resistance and respectability: dilemmas of Irish migrant politics'
Sheridan Gilley, 'English Catholic attitudes to Irish Catholics'
Bronwen Walter, 'Stangers on the inside: Irish women servants in England'
Alan O'Day, 'A conundrum of Irish Diasporic identity'
Laura Vaughan and Alan Penn, 'Jewish Immigrant Settlement Patterns in Manchester and Leeds 1881'. Urban Studies, 43 (2006)
Assess the views of immigrant communities contained within Booth's survey of London
Using the census, explore the characteristics of a particular immigrant community? Were particular communities treated differently?
Examine the various motivations for emigration and the relative importance of ‘push-pull’ factors
What was the social and economic background of emigrants?
How integrated were immigrant communities in the Victorian city?
Special Issue, Immigrants and Minorities, vol 18, 1999: The Great Famine and Beyond: Irish Migrants in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (especially articles by Swift, Busteed, and Kanya-Forstner. Also published as a book edited by Donald MacRaild
Carl Chinn, '"We all come from round Sora" : Italians in Birmingham, c.1821-1919', in Owen Ashton, Robert Fyson and Stephen Roberts (eds), The Duty of discontent
Joseph Buckman, Immigrants and the class struggle: the Jewish immigrant community in Leeds, 1880-1914
Graham Davis, The Irish in Britain, 1815-1915
Todd Endelman, The Jews of Britain, 1656 to 2000
David Englander (ed.), A documentary history of Jewish immigrants in Britain, 1840-1920
David Fitzpatrick, 'A peculiar tramping people: the Irish in Britain, 1801-70' in W E Vaughan (ed.), A new history of Ireland, vol. 5
Paul DiFelice, ‘Italians in Manchester, 1891-1939’, Local Historian, 2000
Diane Frost, ‘Ethnic identity, transience and settlement: the Kru in Liverpool’, Immigrants and Minorities, 1993
Peter Fryer, Staying power: The history of Black people in Britain since 1504
Lloyd Gartner, The Jewish Immigrant in England, 1870-1914
Andrew Godley, 'Enterprise and culture : Jewish immigrants in London and New York, 1880-1914.' Journal of Economic History, 54 (1994)
Cora Kaplan, 'White, black and green : racialising Irishness in Victorian England', in Peter Gray, Peter (ed.), Victoria's Ireland?
Lynn Hollen Lees, Exiles of Erin: Irish Immigrants in Victorian London
Colin Holmes: John Bull's Island: Immigration and British Society, 1871-1971
Panikos Panayi, Immigration, Ethnicity and Racism in Britain (see also the documents at the end of the book)
D M McRaild, Írish culture in an English context’, Labour History Review, 1993
M A G O'Tuatiagh, 'The Irish in 19th century Britain: problems of integration', Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, vol 31
Bernard Porter, The refugee question in mid-Victorian politics
Lucio Sponza and Arturo Tosi (eds), A century of Italian emigration to Britain, 1880-1980s
Lucio Sponza, Italian immigrants in 19th century Britain: realities and images
R Swift & S Gilley (eds), The Irish in the Victorian City
R Swift, 'The outcast Irish in the British Victorian city: problems and perspectives', Irish Historical Studies (1987)
Susan Tananbaum, ‘Philanthropy and identity: gender and ethnicity in London’, Journal of Social History, 1997
Rozina Visram, Ayahs, Lascars and Princes: the story of Indians in Britain, 1700-1947
James Walvin, Black and white : the negro and English society, 1555-1945
James Walvin, The black presence : a documentary history of the negro in England, 1555-1860