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Bath Spa University (BSU)
College of Liberal Arts (History)

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Contact personDr Sarah Hackett
Senior Lecturer in European History 
StreetBath Spa University, Newton St. Loe 
Address BA2 9BN - Bath (United Kingdom) 
Phone01225 875826 
Webhttp://www.bathspa.ac.uk/our-people/s.hackett
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.)11-25 
Organisation TypeSecondary or higher education establishment 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» History
» Religion Studies
» Ethnic studies
» Urban studies
» Migration

 Brief description of your activity focus
My research interests include European city-level migration and integration policies, migration and religion, and Islam in Europe.

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Sarah Hackett is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History at Bath Spa University. Her research interests focus upon
European Muslim immigration in the post-1945 era, particularly to Britain and Germany. Her book (Foreigners,
Minorities and Integration: The Muslim Immigrant Experience in Britain and Germany, Manchester University Press,
2013) examines the impact that Britains relatively liberal immigration policy and Germanys rigid guest-worker
rotation system have had on the long-term integration of Muslim immigrants at a local level. She has published widely
on European city-level migration and integration policies, migration and religion, and Islam in Europe in historical
perspective. Her research has been funded by the German Historical Institute in London (GHIL) and the German
Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). She also held a Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Durham. She acts as an
editor for the Journal of Migration History.
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