Literaturlisten der Mitarbeiter

Dirk Hoerder



associate ed., Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, gen. ed. Immanuel Ness, 5 vols. (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).


and Amarjit Kaur, eds., Proletarian and Gendered Mass Migrations: A Global Perspective on Continuities and Discontinuities from the 19th to the 21st Century – Studies in Global Migration History 1 (Leiden: Brill, 2013).


Dirk Hoerder, 狄克·赫德(Dirk Hoerder), 交往中的文化:第二个千年的世界人口流动史[Chinese translation of a revised and enlarged version of Cultures in Contact: World Migrations in the Second Millennium (2002)] translated by王昺(Wang Bing), 刘健(Liu JIan), 古俊伟(Gu Junwei), 张辂(Zhang Lu) (rev. and enlarged, Shan-Dong: Shan-Dong Univ. Press, 2013).



with Amarjit Kaur, “Understanding International Migration: Comparative and Transnational Perspectives,” in Hoerder and Kaur, eds., Proletarian and Gendered Mass Migrations (2013), 3-18.


"Transcultural Approaches to Gendered Labour Migration: From the 19th-Century Proletarian to 21st -Century Caregiver Mass Migrations," in Hoerder and Kaur, eds., Proletarian and Gendered Mass Migrations (2013), 19-64.


Christiane Harzig (†) and Dirk Hoerder, “Femina migrans: Agency of European Women Migrating to Domestic Work in North America, 1880s to 1950s,” in Hoerder and Kaur, eds., Proletarian and Gendered Mass Migrations (2013), 151-72.


“Migrant Decision-Making and Life-Projects in the Frame of Macro-regional Power Hierarchies, Migration Systems, and Diasporas,” in Adam Walaszek, ed., Common or Different Experience? Migrations of Poles and Other Nationals Worldwide (working title, 2013-- Studia Migracyjne - Przeglad Polonijny no 1 (2013), 33-48.


“One Identity or Many? The Promise and Challenge of Multi-Canada”, Klaus Ertler and Patrick Imbert, eds., Cultural Challenges of Migration in Canada -- Les défis culturels de la migration au Canada – Canadiana Bd. 12(Frankfurt/M.: Lang, 2013), 145-62


“Migrationen und Migrationsprozesse als globalgeschichtliches Phänomen,” Migration, Hg. Reinhard Neck und Heinrich Schmidinger (Wien: Böhlau, 2013), 65-86


“Borderlands and Transcultural Migration Narratives: A Critical Evaluation of Transnational Approaches,” Bénédicte Deschamps et Isabelle Richet, eds., Immigration et Travail aux États-Unis (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2013), 83-102.


“From Anglo Settlers to Caribbean Domestics: The Multiple Routes to Reconstituting Immigrant Families in Canada,” Migration, Familie und Gesellschaft, Hg. Thomas Geisen et al. (Wiesbaden: Springer, 2013).


"Africans in Europe: New Perspectives," in Mischa Honeck, Martin Klimke, Anne Kuhlmann, eds., Germany and the Black Diaspora. Points of Contact, 1250-1914 (New York, Oxford: Berghahn, 2013).


Beiträge zu Enzyklopädien

Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, gen. ed. Immanuel Ness, 5 vols. (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).
“China and Inner Central Asia, 7th to 13th century migrations” (5000 words), 2:972-80 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm121
“Germany and Central Europe, modern era migrations” (3000 words), 3:1573-78 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm250
“Railroads and Migration” (2500 words), 4:2495-500 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm432
“Research on migration: on overview” (3000 words), 5:2570-81 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm450
 “Transculturalism” (2500 words), 5:2966-70 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm539
“Translocalism” (1500 words), 5:2970-74 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm540
“Transregionalism” (2000 words), 5:2994-97 and DOI: 10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm546

(Zusammen mit Jan Lucassen / Leo Lucassen) Terminologies and Concepts of Migration Research, in: Klaus J. Bade / Pieter C. Emmer / Leo Lucassen / Jochen Oltmer (Hrsg.), The Encyclopedia of Migration and Minorities in Europe. From the 17th Century to the Present New York 2011, S. xxv-xxxix.

(Hrsg. zusammen mit Donna Gabaccia) Connecting Seas and Connected Ocean Rims. Indian, Atlantic, and Pacific Oceans and China Seas Migrations from the 1830s to the 1930s, Leiden 2011

(Zusammen mit Donna Gabaccia) Editors’ Introduction, in: ebenda, S. 1-11.

Crossing the Waters. Historic Developments and Periodizations to the early 19th Century, S.  12-41.

From One Black Atlantic to Many. Slave Regimes, Creole Societies, and Power Relationships in the Atlantic World, in: ebenda, S. 258-280.

(Hrsg. zusammen mit Nora Faires) Migrants and Migration in Modern North America. Cross-Border Lives, Labor Markets, and Politics Durham 2011

(Zusammen mit Nora Faires) Preface, in: ebenda, S. xiii-xxi.

Migration, People's Lives, Shifting and Permeable Borders. The North American and Caribbean Societies in the Atlantic World, in: ebenda, S. 1-46.

(Zusammen mit Delia Gonzáles de Reufels) Migration to Mexico, Migration in Mexico – A Special Case on the North American Continent, in: ebenda, S. 188-209.

(Zusammen mit Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez) Greater Southwest North America. A Region of Historical Integration, Disjunction, and Imposition, in: ebenda, S. 150-173.

Overlapping Spaces: Transregional and Transcultural, in: Leon Fink (Hrsg.), Workers Across the Americas. The Transnational Turn in Labor History New York 2011, S. 33-38.

Bordered Country Studies or Transcultural Societal Studies. Changing Approaches to State Structures and Human Agency, in: Klaus-Dieter Ertler/ Stewart Gill/ Susan Hodgett/ Patrick James (Hrsg.), Canadian Studies: The State of the Art/ Études canadiennes: Questions de recherches – 1981-2011. International Council for Canadian Studies (ICCS)/ Conseil international d’études canadiennes (CIEC) – Collection Canadiana, no. 10 (Frankfurt a. M. 2011), S. 93-116.

(Zusammen mit Scott Walker) Immigration Trends in the USA and Canada. A Historical Perspective, in: Carlos Teixeira / Wei Li / Audrey Kobayashi (Hrsg.), Immigrant Geographies of North American Cities, Don Mills, Canada 2011), S. 22-45.

Migrations, in: Jerry H. Bentley (Hrsg.), Oxford History Handbook of World History, Oxford 2011, S. 269-87.

Geschichte der deutschen Migration vom Mittelalter bis heute, München 2010.

„To Know Our Many Selves“. From the Study of Canada to Canadian Studies, Edmonton 2010.

Transculturalism(s). From Nation State to Human Agency in Social Spaces and Cultural Regions, in: Karin Ikas (Ed.), Global Realignments and the Canadian Nation in the Third Millenium, Wiesbaden 2010, S. 197-206.

Rediscovering Migration and Cultural Interaction in the ‘Old World’. Canadian Research Approaches Reach Europe, in: Christian Lammert / Katja Sarkowsky (Eds.), Travelling Concepts. Negotiating Diversity in Canada and Europe, Wiesbaden 2010, S. 233-249.

Akkulturation und Inkorporation: das kanadische Modell, in: Migration und regionale Entwicklung. 22. Bremer Universitäts-Gespräche, Oldenburg 2010, S. 91-98.

(Zusammen mit Christiane Harzig / Donna Gabaccia) What is Migration History? Cambridge 2009.

(Hrsg. Zusammen mit Jaime Águila) North American Migrations. Organization of American Historians, in: Magazine of History, 23 (2009), 4, S. 11-16.

North American Migrations: An Integrative View, in: ebenda, S. 11-18.

Individuals and Systems: Agency in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Labour Migrations, in: Josef Ehmer / Annemarie Steidl / Stan Nadel / Hermann Zeitlhofer (Hrsg.), European Mobility: Internal, International, and Transatlantic Moves in the 19th and early 20th Centuries– TKP Band 8, Göttingen 2009, S. 53-67.

A Long-Term Perspective on Labour Migrations and Globalization: Migrant Agency, Socio-Economic Frameworks, Policy Implications, in: Sozial.Geschichte online, 1 (2009), S. 51-74.

Losing National Identity or Gaining Transcultural Competence: Changing Approaches in Migration History, in: Gerhard Haupt / Jürgen Kocka (Hrsg.), Comparative and Transnational History. Central European Approaches and New Perspectives, New York 2009, S. 247-71.

The dirty war on the immigrant. History's lessons, past and present, in: Canada Watch, 7-8 (2009; internet version:

Human Mobility, in: Akira Iriye /Pierre-Yves Saunier (Hrsg.), The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History from the Mid-nineteenth Century to the Present Day,New York 2009, S. 502-508.

Migration and Cultural Interaction across the Centuries: German History in an European
Perspective, in: German Politics and Society, 26 (2008), S. 1-23.

Transnational, Transregional, Transcultural: Social History and Labor Migrants’ Networks in the 19th and 20th Centuries, in: Berthold Unfried / Jürgen Mittag / Marcel van der Linden (Hrsg.), Transnationale Netzwerke im 20. Jahrhundert. Historische Erkundungen zu Ideen und
Praktiken, Individuum und Organisatione, Leipzig 2008, S. 81-98.