Items where SHU Author is "Aitken, Robbie"
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AITKEN, Robbie (2016). Embracing Germany: interwar German society and Black Germans through the eyes of African-American reporters. Journal of American Studies. (In Press)
AITKEN, Robbie (2016). A transient presence: black visitors and sojourners in Imperial Germany, 1884-1914. Immigrants and Minorties. (In Press)
AITKEN, Robbie (2015). Selling the mission : the German Catholic elite and the educational migration of African youngsters to Europe. German History, 33 (1), 30-51.
AITKEN, Robbie (2013). Education and migration: Cameroonian school children and apprentices in the German metropole, 1884-1914. In: HONECK, Mischa, KLIMKE, Martin and KUHLMANN, Anne, (eds.) Germany and the Black diaspora, : points of contact, 1250-1914. Studies in German History (15). New York, Berghahn, 1-16.
ROSENHAFT, Eve and AITKEN, Robbie (2013). Introduction. In: ROSENHAFT, Eve and AITKEN, Robbie, (eds.) Africa in Europe: studies in transnational practice in the long twentieth century. Migrations and Identities (2). Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 1-16.
AITKEN, Robbie (2010). Surviving in the metropole: the struggle for work and belonging amongst African colonial migrants in Weimar Germany. Immigrants & minorities, 28 (2-3), 203-223.
AITKEN, Robbie (2008). From Cameroon to Germany and back via Moscow and Paris: the political career of Joseph Bilé (1892-1959), performer, "Negerarbeiter" and Comintern activist. Journal of Contemporary History, 43 (4), 597-616.