Migration in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century has proven to be more diverse and dynamic than in periods prior. The increased ease of travel, people’s greater access to information, and economic aspirations to improve one’s lot in life have led people to move to more distant and surprising places in pursuit of some larger objective—be it an economic one, a political one, or a cosmopolitan one. Lan Anh Hoang’s Vietnamese Migrants in Russia: Mobility in Times of Uncertainty offers a glimpse into one such community that many would find to be a surprising product of the intersection of historic, political, and economic forces: Vietnamese migration to Russia.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|