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Esta breve lección muestra cómo han influido las migraciones en el trazado de las carreteras y cómo las carreteras han traído nuevas migraciones. Aunque muestra el ejemplo de Colombia, es aplicable a toda Latinoamérica.
Steve Hindle of the University of Warwick shows how contemporary issues relating to international migration were also present in 17th century parish migration. He looks at how authorities throughout British history used different technologies to try to stop forgery and theft and control migration. This talk was delivered as part of the Using Archival Sources to Inform Contemporary Policy Debates conference.
Mark Dunton, The National Archives' contemporary records specialist, explains how anyone with an interest in modern history can get the best out of the Cabinet Papers online resource. This provides access to historical records of the key episodes in 20th century British and international history. Mark also discusses the historical development of the Cabinet, how it works, and the main record series.
Historian Dr Anne Samson explores South Africa's attempt to build an empire over the past century. The talk examines how successful South Africa was in adapting its desire in line with the changing international situation, moving from physical to expansion to economic, and later ideological, control.