Jasna Čapo delivered a lecture on Croatian returnee migrants and politics of incorporation

Within the framework of the Croatian Humboldt Club J. Čapo gave a lecture about Croatian returnee migrants and their offspring who have settled in Croatia. She has pointed out different ways of their inclusion into Croatian society: returnee migrants tend to set themselves apart from the local community while their children, the second-generation migrants, enter in close contact with the local population and at the same time retain transnational ties with the community of origin. The two ways of inclusion present conflicting politics of incorporation in the receiving society.

Lecture at Croatian Humboldt Club, Zagreb, November 23, 2016

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