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First Name
Marie
Last Name
Ruiz
Affiliation
Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France
Website URL
https://www.u-picardie.fr/mme-marie-jose-ruiz--448586.kjsp
Keywords
Migration, British history, emigration societies, emigrant letters, census, demography,
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About Me

Dr Marie Ruiz is associate professor in British history at the Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France. She holds a PhD in British History from the Université Paris Diderot–Sorbonne Paris Cité. She is the author of British Female Emigration Societies and the New World, 1860–1914 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017); co-editor with Cecilia Menjivar and Immanuel Ness of The Oxford Handbook of Migration Crisis(OUP, 2019); editor of International Migrations in the Victorian Era (Brill, 2018); and co-editor with Mélanie Grué of the 2017 special issue of Women’s History entitled “Documents in Women’s History”. She is the series editor of Anthem Studies in British History: http://www.anthempress.com/anthem-studies-in-british-history

Recent Publications

Cecilia Menjivar, Marie Ruiz, Immanuel Ness (eds.) The Handbook of Migration Crises, Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

Marie Ruiz (ed.) International Migrations in the Victorian Era, Leiden: Brill, 2018. https://brill.com/abstract/title/35214

Marie Ruiz, British Female Emigration Societies and the New World (1860-1914), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. Foreword: Philippa Levine. https://www.palgrave.com/de/book/9783319501789

Series editor of Anthem Studies in British History: http://www.anthempress.com/anthem-studies-in-british-history

Media Coverage
http://www.anthempress.com/anthem-studies-in-british-history
Country Focus
Expertise by Geography
Australia, Atlantic, British Isles, England, Ireland, New Zealand, North America, Pacific, United Kingdom, United States
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, 20th century, 21st century
Expertise by Topic
Art & Architectural History, Book History, Capitalism, Colonialism, Diplomacy, Economic History, Emancipation, Family, Gender, Government, Higher Ed, Indigenous Peoples, Local & Regional, Migration & Immigration, Politics, Public History, Race, Religion, Sexuality, Sexual Violence, Women, World War I, World War II