Introduction; PART I: Workers or citizens: European community faces mobility; 1. Movement but with limitations - mobility in the process of European integration: freedom, identity, citizenship and exclusion; 2. The Transition from colonialism to the migration policies in Europe; 3. The challenge of interdependence: international migration in the Euro-Mediterranean relations; PART II: Postcolonial returns; 4. Post-colonial migrants and the (re)making of Europe: citizenship regimes and post-colonial nations; 5. Repatriates, refugees, or exiles? Decolonization and the Italian settlers' return, 1941-1956; 6. A univocal special relationship: the idea of Eurafrica at the economic conference of the European movement; 7. The Confederation europeenne des spolies d'outre-mer (CESOM): the transnational management of decolonisation; PART III: Refugees and displaced persons; 8. The emergence of free movement, refugees and voluntary migrants in recent European history; 9. Europe and the Latin American exile: from a revolutionary grammar to a human pight's one; 10. The Common European Asylum System (CEAS) after the refugee crisis; PART IV: Migrants and citizens: policies in comparison; 11. Migration Policies in Europe from 1945: an overview; 12. The weight of France's colonial past on immigration policy; 13. Britain between identity politics and immigration: the Conservative approach from the Empire Windrush to the "rivers of blood" speech, 1948-1968
Giuliana Laschi is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Bologna. Valeria Deplano is a Lecturer in History at the University of Cagliari. Alessandro Pes is a Lecturer in History at the University of Cagliari.