Online seminar series: Archaeology of Migration. Moving Beyond Historical Paradigms

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Migration has always been a reality of human existence, but its scale and impetus have varied widely throughout history. Migration can involve entire communities, specific social classes or occupations, or can be the movement of individuals. It can be voluntary or forced, or somewhere in between. It can take place over a wide range of chronological scales. It can be unidirectional or can involve returns to the migration’s point of origin.