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BOOKS, AUTHORED

King, R. (1973) Land Reform: The Italian Experience. London: Butterworths, pp. xiv + 258.
King, R. (1973) Sicily. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, pp. 208.
King. R. (1975) Sardinia. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, pp. 216
King, R. (1977) Land Reform: A World Survey. London: Bell, pp. xvi + 446.
Clout, H., Blacksell, M., King, R. and Pinder, D. (1985) Western Europe: Geographical Perspectives. London: Longman, pp. xii + 193. Second edition 1989, pp. xii + 224. Third edition 1994, pp. xiii + 251.
King, R. (1985) The Industrial Geography of Italy. London: Croom Helm, pp. xv + 332. Republished, Routledge Library Editions in Economic Geography, 2015.
King, R. (1987) Italy. London: Harper and Row, pp. xi + 222.
King, R., Warnes, T. and Williams, A (2000) Sunset Lives: British Retirement Migration to the Mediterranean. Oxford: Berg, pp. xiii + 235.
King, R., Mai, N. and Dalipaj, M. (2003) Exploding the Migration Myths. London: The Fabian Society and Oxfam, pp. vi + 111.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2008) Out of Albania: From Crisis Migration to Social Inclusion in Italy. New York: Berghahn, pp. xii + 281. Paperback edition, 2011.
King, R., Black, R., Collyer, M., Fielding, A. and Skeldon, R. (2010) The Atlas of Human Migration: Global Patterns of People on the Move. London: Earthscan (American edition entitled People on the Move: An Atlas of Migration. Berkeley: University of California Press), pp. 128.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2011) Remittances, Gender and Development: Albania’s Society and Economy in Transition. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. xiv + 232.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2014) Counter-Diaspora: The Greek Second Generation Returns ‘Home’. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, pp. xiii+295.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2016) Research on Migration: Facing Realities and Maximising Opportunities. A Policy Review. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, pp. 156.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2016) Ageing, Gender, and Labour Migration. Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot, pp. vii+139.

BOOKS, EDITED

King, R., ed. (1982) Geography and Marxism (edited translation from original by Massimo Quaini). Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 204.
King, R., ed. (1983) Italy: A Geographical Introduction (edited translation from original by Jacques Bethemont and Jean Pelletier). London: Longman, pp. xii + 222.
King, R., ed. (1985) Geographical Futures. Sheffield: The Geographical Association, pp. 128.
King, R., ed. (1986) Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. vii + 296. Republished, Routledge Library Editions in Economic Geography, 2015.
King, R., ed. (1991) Contemporary Irish Migration. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 6, pp. vi + 121.
King, R., ed. (1993) Ireland, Europe and the Single Market. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 8, pp. vii + 136.
King, R., ed. (1993) Mass Migrations in Europe: the Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. xvi + 334. Paperback edition, Chichester: Wiley, 1995.
King, R., ed. (1993) The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. xiv + 263.
King, R., Connell, J. and White, P., eds. (1995) Writing Across Worlds: Literature and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. xvii + 284.
Gentileschi, M.L. and King, R., eds (1996) Questioni di Popolazione in Europa: una Prospettiva Geografica. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 271.
King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. (1997) The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. xvi + 315.
King, R. and Black, R., eds. (1997) Southern Europe and the New Immigrations. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. viii + 210.
King, R. and Connell, J., eds. (1999) Small Worlds, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. x + 324.
King, R., Lazaridis, G. and Tsardanidis, C., eds. (2000) Eldorado or Fortress? Migration in Southern Europe. London: Macmillan, pp. xiv + 351.
King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. (2001) Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. xii + 292.
King, R., ed. (2001) The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (Liverpool Studies in European Regional Cultures 9), pp. x + 307.
King, R. and Wood, N., eds. (2001) Media and Migration: Constructions of Mobility and Difference. London: Routledge, pp. x + 192.
King, R., Mai, N. and Schwandner-Sievers, S. eds (2005) The New Albanian Migration. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. vii + 214.
King, R. ed. (2007) The History of Human Migration. London: New Holland, pp. 192 (American edition entitled Atlas of Human Migration. Buffalo: Firefly).
King, R., Christou, A. and Levitt, P. eds (2014) Links to the Diasporic Homeland: Second Generation and Ancestral ‘Return’ Mobilities. London: Routledge, pp. viii + 155 (originally published as a special issue of Mobilities, 2011).
King, R., Povrzanovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. eds (2017) Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region. London: Routledge, pp. xi + 185 (originally published as a special issue of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 2013).
Vathi, Z. and King, R. eds (2017) Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing: Discourses, Policy-Making and Outcomes for Migrants and their Families. London: Routledge, pp. xvi + 283.
King, R. and Oruc, N. eds (2020) Migration in the Western Balkans: What Do We Know? London: Routledge, pp. vii+122 (originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 2019).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

King, R. (1975) 'Italy', in Clout, H., ed. Regional Development in Western Europe. London: Wiley, pp. 81–112. Second edition 1981, pp. 119–149. Third edition 1987, pp. 129–163.
King, R. (1976) 'Long-range migration patterns in the EEC: an Italian case-study', in Lee, R. and Ogden, P.E., eds. Economy and Society in the EEC: Spatial Perspectives. Westmead: Saxon House, pp. 108–125.
King, R. (1978) 'Lavoro e residenza degli immigrati italiani in Gran Bretagna', in Valussi, G., ed. Italiani in Movimento. Pordenone: Grafiche Editoriali Artistiche Pordenonesi, pp. 177–185.
King, R. (1982) 'Marxist and radical geographical literature in English: an introduction', in Quaini, M., Geography and Marxism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 175–200.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1984) 'Return migration and the development of the Mezzogiorno', in Kubat, D., ed. The Politics of Return. Rome: Centro Studi Emigrazione, pp. 79–86.
King, R. (1984) 'Population movement: emigration, return migration and internal migration', in Williams, A.M., ed. Southern Europe Transformed. New York: Harper and Row, pp. 145–178.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Trono, A. (1985) 'Return migration and rural economic change: a south Italian case study', in Hudson, R. and Lewis, J., eds. Uneven Development in Southern Europe. London: Methuen, pp. 101–122.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Viganola, M.T. (1985) 'Back to Bernalda: the dynamics of return migration in a south Italian agro-town', in White, P. and van der Knaap, B., eds. Migration: Contemporary Geographical Perspectives. Norwich: Geo Books, pp. 155–171.
King, R. (1986) 'Return migration and regional economic development: an overview', in King, R., ed. Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. 1–37.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1986) 'Gastarbeiter go home: return migration and economic change in the Italian Mezzogiorno', in King, R., ed. Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. 38–68.
King, R. (1986) 'Italy', in Findlay, A.M. and White, P.E., eds. Western European Population Change. London: Croom Helm, pp. 163–186.
King, R. (1988) 'Italy: multi-faceted tourism', in Williams, A.M. and Shaw, G., eds. Tourism and Economic Development: Western European Experiences. London: Belhaven, pp. 58–79. Second edition 1991, pp. 61–83.
King, R. (1989) 'Geography in education: the recent British experience', in Alexander, R.W. and Gillmor, D.A., eds. Geography in Education in the Republic of Ireland. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 4, pp. 82–98.
King, R., McGrath, F. and Shuttleworth, I. (1990) 'Exportartikel: Menschen Emigration und Brain Drain', in Steinecke, A., ed. Irland. Leer: Mundo Verlag, pp. 95–102.
King, R. (1990) 'The social and economic geography of labour migration: from guestworkers to immigrants', in Pinder, D.A., ed. Western Europe: Challenge and Change. London: Belhaven, pp. 162–178.
King, R. (1991) 'Core–periphery in the structure of regional economies', in Le Développement Régional Rural en Europe. Caen: Publications du Centre de Recherches sur l'Evolution de la Vie Rurale, Vol. 14, pp. 15–30.
King, R. (1991) 'Migration as a problem in regional rural development', in Le Développement Régional Rural en Europe. Caen: Publications du Centre de Recherches sur l'Evolution de la Vie Rurale, Vol. 14, pp. 37–50.
King, R. (1992) 'The heterogeneity of rural Europe: posing the strategic issues', in O Cinnéide, M. and Cuddy, M., eds. Perspectives on Rural Development in Advanced Economies. Galway: Centre for Development Studies and Social Sciences Research Centre, University College Galway, pp. 37–50.
King, R. and Öberg, S. (1993) 'Europe and the future of mass migration', in King, R., ed. Mass Migrations in Europe: The Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. 1–4.
King, R. (1993) 'European international migration 1945–1990: a statistical and geographical overview', in King, R., ed. Mass Migrations in Europe: The Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. 19–39.
King, R. (1993) 'Why do people migrate? The geography of departure', in King, R., ed. The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. 17–46.
King, R. and Rybaczuk, K. (1993) 'Southern Europe and the international division of labour: from emigration to immigration', in King, R., ed. The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. 175–206.
King, R. (1993) 'The geographical fascination of islands', in Lockhart, D., Drakakis-Smith, D. and Schembri J., eds. The Development Process in Small Island States. London: Routledge, pp. 13–37.
King, R. (1994) 'Carlo Levi e il vero Mezzogiorno: un saggio sul paesaggio e sui problemi della Basilicata negli anni 30', in Quaini, M., ed. Il Paesaggio tra Fattualità e Finzione. Bari: Cacucci, pp. 67–101.
King, R. (1994) 'Migration and the Single Market for labour: an issue in regional development', in Blacksell, M. and Williams, A.M., eds. The European Challenge: Geography and Development in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 218–241.
King, R. and Knights, M. (1994) 'Bangladeshis in Rome: a case of migratory opportunism', in Gould, W.T.S. and Findlay, A.M., eds. Population, Mobility and the Changing World Order. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 127–143.
King, R. (1994) 'Emigration', in O'Loughlin, J., ed. Southern European Studies Guide. London: Bowker Saur, pp. 152–172.
King, R. and MacLaran, A. (1994) 'Irlanda, area periferica della Comunità Europea', in Santoro Lezzi, C. and Trono, A., eds. Prospettive Regionali del Mercato Unico. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 179–197.
King, R. (1994) 'Geografia social e económica das migraçôes de trabalho', in Pinder, D., ed. Europa Ocidental: Desafios e Mudanças. Oeras: Celta Editora, pp. 211–233.
King, R. (1995) 'Geografia sociale ed economica delle migrazioni di lavoro: da lavoratori ospiti ad immigrati', in Pinder, D., ed. Europa Occidentale: Sfide e Cambiamenti. Turin: Giappichelli Editore, pp. 279–304.
King, R. (1995) 'Migration, globalization and place', in Massey, D. and Jess, P., eds. A Place in the World? Places, Culture and Globalization. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 5–44.
King, R. (1995) 'Tourism, labour and international migration', in Montanari, A. and Williams, A.M., eds. European Tourism: Regions, Spaces and Restructuring. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 177–190.
King, R. (1996) 'Migration in a world historical perspective', in van den Broeck, J., ed. The Economics of Labour Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 7–75.
King, R., Shuttleworth, I. and Walsh, J. (1996) 'Ireland: the human resource warehouse of Europe', in Rees, P., Stillwell, J., Convey, A. and Kupiszewski, M., eds. Population Migration in the European Union. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 207–229.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1996) 'Little Ireland in Italy: Casalattico and the migration link to Dublin', in Gentileschi, M.L. and King, R., eds. Questioni di Popolazione in Europa: una Prospettiva Geografica. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 23–37.
King, R. (1996) 'I caratteri distintivi dell'emigrazione italiana nelle Isole Britanniche', in Battisti, G. and Nodari, P., eds. Atti del Convegno di Studi in Onore di Giorgio Valussi, Vol.2.,Trieste: Università degli Studi di Trieste, pp. 179–200.
King, R. and Konjhodzic, I. (1996) 'Labour, employment and migration in Southern Europe', in Van Oudenaren, J., ed. Employment, Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb. Santa Monica CA: RAND, pp. 7–106.
King, R. (1997) 'Restructuring and socio-spatial mobility in Europe: the role of international migrants', in Blotevogel, H.H. and Fielding, A.J., eds. People, Jobs and Mobility in the New Europe. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 91–119.
King, R. (1997) 'Introduction: an essay on Mediterraneanism', in King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. 1–11.
King, R. (1997) 'Population growth: an avoidable crisis?' in King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. 164–180.
King, R., Fielding, A. and Black, R. (1997) 'The international migration turnaround in Southern Europe', in King, R. and Black, R., eds. Southern Europe and the New Immigrations. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–25.
King, R. (1997) 'Basilicata anglofona', in Viganoni, L., ed. Lo Sviluppo Possibile: Basilicata oltre il Sud. Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, pp. 443–458.
King, R. (1998) ‘Towards a pattern of immigration into Southern Europe’, in Anderson, M. and Bort, E. eds. Schengen and the Southern Frontier of the European Union. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, International Social Sciences Institute, pp. 115–140.
King, R. (1998) 'The Mediterranean: Europe's Rio Grande', in Anderson, M. and Bort, E., eds. The Frontiers of Europe. London: Pinter, pp. 109–134.
King, R. (1998) 'From guestworkers to immigrants: labour migration from the Mediterranean periphery', in Pinder, D., ed. The New Europe: Economy, Society and Environment. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 263–279.
King, R. (1998) 'Post-oil crisis, post-Communism: new geographies of international migration', in Pinder, D., ed. The New Europe: Economy, Society and Environment. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 281–304.
King, R. and Montanari, A. (1998) ‘Italy: diversified tourism’, in Williams, A.M. and Shaw, G., eds. Tourism and Economic Development: European Experiences. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 75–100.
King, R. and Donati, M. (1999) ‘The “divided” Mediterranean: re-defining European relationships’, in Hudson, R. and Williams, A.M., eds. Divided Europe: Society and Territory. London: Sage, pp. 132–162.
King, R. (1999) ‘Islands and migration’, in Biagini, E. and Hoyle, B., eds. Insularity and Development: International Perspectives on Islands. London: Pinter, pp. 93–115.
Connell, J. and King, R. (1999) ‘Island migration in a changing world’, in King, R. and Connell, J., eds. Small Words, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. 1–26.
Lazaridis, G., Poyago-Theotoky, J. and King, R. (1999) ‘Islands as havens for retirement migration: finding a place in sunny Corfu’, in King, R. and Connell, J. eds. Small Worlds, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. 297–320.
King, R. and Rodríguez-Melguizo, I. (1999) ‘Recent immigration to Spain: the case of Moroccans in Catalonia’, in Anthias, F. and Lazaridis, G., eds. Into the Margins: Migration and Social Exclusion in Southern Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 55–82.
King, R. (2000) ‘Southern Europe in the changing global map of migration’, in King, R., Lazaridis, G. and Tsardanidis, C., eds. Eldorado or Fortress? Migration in Southern Europe. London: Macmillan, pp. 1–26.
King, R. (2000) ‘Generalizations from the history of return migration’, in Ghosh, B., ed. Return Migration: Journey of Hope or Despair? Geneva: United Nations and the International Organization for Migration, pp. 7–55.
King, R., Cori, B. and Vallega, A. (2001) 'Unity, diversity and the challenge of sustainable development in the Mediterranean', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–17.
Dunford, M. and King, R. (2001) 'Mediterranean economic geography', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 28–60.
King, R. and Kolodny, E. (2001) ‘Marginal or nodal? Towards a geography of Mediterranean islands', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 237–60.
King, R. (2001) ‘The troubled passage: migration and cultural encounters in southern Europe’, in King, R., ed. The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 1–21.
Wood, N. and King, R. (2001) ‘Media and migration: an overview’, in King, R. and Wood, N., eds. Media and Migration: Constructions of Mobility and Difference. London: Routledge, pp. 1–22.
King, R. and Scarpa, F. (2001) ‘Exiles in paradise: l’insediamento di pensionati britannici nella Toscana rurale’, in Bianchetti, A. and Pascolini, M., eds. Studi in Ricordo di Guido Barbina, Vol. 1. Terre e Uomini: Geografie Incrociate. Udine: Forum, pp. 289–310.
King, R. (2003) ‘International student migration in Europe and the institutionalisation of identity as “Young Europeans”’, in Doomernik, J. and Knippenberg, H., eds. Migration and Immigrants: Between Policy and Reality. Essays in Honour of Hans van Amersfoort. Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers, pp. 155–179.
King, R. (2004) ‘What mass migration means for older people left behind: notes from the field in Albania’, in Warnes, T. (ed.) Older Migrants in Europe. Sheffield: Sheffield Institute for Studies on Ageing and European Science Foundation, pp. 66–70.
Williams, A.M., King, R. and Warnes, A.M. (2004) ‘British second homes in Southern Europe: shifting nodes in the scapes and flows of migration and tourism’, in Hall, C.M. and Müller, D.K. (eds) Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes: Between Elite Landscape and Common Ground. Clevedon: Channel View Publications, pp. 97–112.
Barjaba, K. and King, R. (2005) ‘Introducing and theorising Albanian migration’, in King, R., Mai, N. and Schwandner-Sievers, S. (eds) The New Albanian Migration. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–28.
King, R. and Thomson, M. (2005) ‘An equitable approach to migration’, in Fabian Globalisation Group: Just World. London: Zed Books, pp. 125–131.
King, R. and Ribas-Mateos, N. (2005) ‘Migração internacional e globalização no Mediterrâneo: o «modelo do Sul da Europa»’, in Barreto, A. (ed.) Globalização e Migraçãoes. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Estudos e Investigações 38, pp. 191–221.
Warnes, A.M., King, R. and Williams, A.M. (2005) ‘Migraciones a España tras la jubilación’, in Rodríguez, V., Casado Díaz, M.A. and Huber, A. (eds) La Migración de Europeos Retirados en España. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Colleción Politeya 23, pp.46–67.
King, R., Thomson, M., Fielding, T. and Warnes, T. (2006) ‘Time, generations and gender in migration and settlement’, in Penninx, R., Berger, M. and Kraal, K. (eds) The Dynamics of International Migration and Settlement in Europe. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 233–267.
King, R. (2007) ‘Introduction’, in King, R. (ed.) The History of Human Migration. London: New Holland, pp. 7–13 (American edition entitled Atlas of Human Migration. Buffalo: Firefly).
King, R. (2010) ‘Geography and diasporas’, in Iorio, M. and Sistu, G. (eds) Dove Finisce il Mare: Scritti per Maria Luisa Gentileschi. Cagliari: Sandhi, pp. 195–212.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2010) ‘Movements between Europe and America: Greek migration to the United States’, in Knott, K. and McLoughlin, S. (eds) Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections. London: Zed Books, pp. 181¬¬–186.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2010) ‘Diaspora, migration and transnationalism: insights from the study of second-generation “returnees”’, in Bauböck, R. and Faist, T. (eds) Diaspora and Transnationalism: Concepts, Theories and Methods. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 167¬¬–183.
King, R. (2010) ‘A geografia, as ilhas e as migrações numa era de mobilidade global’, in Fonseca, M.L. (ed.) Aproximando Mundos. Emigração, Imigração e Desenvoltimento em Espaços Insulares. Lisbon: Fundação Luso-Americana, pp. 27¬¬–62.
King, R. (2012) ‘Sunset migration’, in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. (eds) An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 279–302.
King, R. and Findlay, A.M. (2012) ‘Student migration’, in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. (eds) An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 257–278.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ahrens, J. and Geddes, A. (2013) ‘British students in the United States: motivations, experiences and career aspirations’, in Alberts, H.C. and Hazen, H.D. (eds) International Students and Scholars in the United States. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 25–45.
King, R. and Suter, B. (2013) ‘Internationell migration: teorier, typologier och processer’, in Petersson, B. and Johansson, C. (eds) IMER Idag. Stockholm: Liber, pp. 26–64.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2014) ‘“Women here are like at the time of Enver [Hoxha] …”: socialist and post-socialist gendered mobility in Albanian society’, in Burrell, K. and Hörschelmann, K. (eds) Mobilities in Socialist and Post-Socialist States: Societies on the Move. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 122–147.
King, R. (2015) ‘Migation and Southern Europe – a center–periphery dynamic?’ in Baumeister, M. and Sala, R. (eds) Southern Europe? Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece from the 1950s to the Present Day. Frankfurt and New York: Campus, pp. 139–169.
King, R. and Collyer, M. (2016) ‘The migration and development framework and its links to integration’, in Garcés-Mascareñas, B. and Penninx, R. (ed.) Integration Processes and Policies in Europe. Cham: Springer, pp. 167–188.
King, R. (2016) ‘Internal and international migrations within Europe’, in Riccio, B. (ed.) From Internal to Transnational Mobilities. Bologna: Emil, pp. 83–100.
King, R. (2016) ‘Many ageings, multiple migrations, and ambiguous homes’, in Walsh, K. and Näre, L. (eds) Transnational Migration and Home in Older Age. London: Routledge, pp. 239–252.
King, R. and Kılınç, N. (2016) ‘The counter-diasporic migration of Turkish-Germans to Turkey: gendered narratives of home and belonging’, in Nadler, R., Kovaćs, Z., Glorius, B. and Lang, T. (eds) Return Migration and Regional Development: Changing Migration Patterns in the EU after Eastward Enlargement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 167–194.
Findlay, A., King, R. and Stam, A. (2016) ‘Producing international student migration: an exploration of the role of marketization in shaping international study opportunities’, in van Riemsdijk, M. and Wang, Q. (eds) Rethinking Skilled Migration: A Place-Based and Spatial Perspective. New York: Routledge, pp. 19–35.
King, R., Vullnetari, J., Lulle, A. and Cela, E. (2016) ‘Contrasts in ageing and agency in family migratory contexts: a comparison of Albanian and Latvian older migrants’, in Kilkey, M. and Palenga-Möllenbeck, E. (eds) Family Life in an Age of Migration and Mobility: Global Perspectives through the Life Course. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 261–286.
King, R. (2017) ‘Exploring the multiple complexities of the return migration-psychosocial wellbeing nexus’, in Vathi, Z. and King, R. (eds) Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing: Discourses, Policy-Making and Outcomes for Migrants and their Families. London: Routledge, pp. 257–273.
Miah, Md. F. and King, R. (2018) ‘Memoryscapes of the homeland by two generations of British-Bangladeshis’, in Marschall, S. (ed.) Memory, Tourism and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. 213–233.
Kılınç, N. and King, R. (2018) ‘Translocal narratives of memory, place and belonging: second-generation Turkish-Germans’ home-making upon “return” to Turkey’, in Marschall, S. (ed.) Memory, Tourism and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. 234–255.
King, R. (2018) ‘Context-based qualitative research and multi-sited migration studies in Europe’, in Zapata Barrero, R. and Yalaz, E. (eds) Handbook of Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies. Cham: Springer, pp. 35–56.
King, R. (2019) ‘A geographer’s perspective on migration, identity and space’, in Linhard, T. and Parsons, T. (eds) Mapping Migration, Identity, and Space. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 331–356.
King, R. (2019) ‘From Cadiz to Nicosia: more narratives for the Mediterranean city’, in Afouxenidis, A., Gialis, S., Iosifides, T. and Kourliouros, E. (eds) Geographies in a Liquid Epoch: Critical Essays on Space, Society and Culture in Honour of Lila Leontidou. Athens: Propobos, pp. 99–109.
King, R. (2019) ‘New migration dynamics on the south-western periphery of Europe: theoretical reflections on the Portuguese case’, in Azevedo, J. and Pereira, C. (eds) New and Old Routes of Portuguese Emigration: Uncertain Futures at the Periphery of Europe. Cham: Springer, pp. 267–281.
Kılınç, N. and King, R. (2019) ‘Translocal “return”, social change and the value of transcultural capital: second-generation Turkish-Germans in Antalya’, in Anghel, R.G., Fauser, M. and Boccagni, P. (eds) Transnational Return and Social Change: Social Hierarchies, Ideas and Social Identities. London: Anthem Press, pp. 159–177.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2020) ‘Ageing, migration, and development’, in Bastia, T. and Skeldon, R. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development. London: Routledge, pp. 211–220.


OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS

King, R. and Patterson, G. (1991) 'Charlotte Gower Chapman', in Winters, C., ed. International Dictionary of Anthropologists. New York: Garland, pp. 105–106.
King, R and Knights, M. (1993) 'Italy', in Encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago: Britannica Inc., Vol. 22, pp. 165–187.
Vujakovic, P. and King, R. (1994) 'Conventional projections of the world', in Unwin, T., ed. Atlas of World Development. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 2–3.
King, R. (2011) ‘Migration’, in Gray, F., ed. Making the Future: A History of the University of Sussex. Brighton: University of Sussex, pp. 283–285.
King, R. (2014) ‘Ageing and migration’, in Anderson, B. and Keith, M. (eds) Migration: The COMPAS Anthology. Oxford: COMPAS, pp. 106–108.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2017) ‘Regno Unito: la Brexit fermerà le migrazioni?’ in Dossier Statistico Immigrazione. Rome: IDOS, pp. 64–67.


OCCASIONAL PAPERS, RESEARCH PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, DISCUSSION PAPERS, REPORTS etc.

King, R. (1970) Land Reform in Italy: A Geographical Evaluation. London School of Economics, Graduate School of Geography, Discussion Paper No. 39, pp. 18.
King, R. (1971) The 'Questione Meridionale' in Italy. University of Durham, Department of Geography, Research Paper No. 11, pp. vi + 73.
King, R. and Stevens, J.H. (1973) A Bibliography of Oman 1900–1970. University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Occasional Paper No. 2, pp. ii + 14.
Stevens, J.H. and King, R. (1973) A Bibliography of Saudi Arabia. University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Occasional Paper No. 3, pp. vi + 81.
King, R. (1974) A Study of Methods of Assessment in Geography Departments in British Universities. University of Leicester, Department of Geography (Report to the Vice-Chancellor’s Committee on Teaching Methods), pp. 143.
King, R. (1978) The Island of Salina: A Background Study. University of Leicester, Department of Geography (Report for the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Project on Small Island Ecosystems), pp. 35.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1978) Analysis of the Process of Return Migration: Case Study of Qala. University of Malta and University of Leicester (UNESCO Gozo Project Working Paper), pp. 41.
King, R. (1978) The Geography of Third World Development: A Review of Journal Literature. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 8, pp. 57.
King, R. (1978) 'A peripheral region within a peripheral region: Sardinia, the Mezzogiorno and the mechanics of labour migration', in Problems of the Peripheral Regions of the EEC. University of Glasgow, Department of Geography, Occasional Paper No. 1, pp. 10–27.
King, R. (1980) The Maltese Migration Cycle: Perspectives on Return. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 13, pp. 78.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1981) An Introduction to the Geography of Land Fragmentation and Consolidation. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 8, pp. 39.
Strachan, A.J. and King, R. (1982) Emigration and Return Migration in Southern Italy: A Multivariate, Cluster and Map Analysis. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 9, pp. 21.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1983) Return Migration: A Review of the Literature. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 19, pp. 74.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1983) Return Migration: A Sourcebook of Evaluative Abstracts. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 20, pp. 131.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Trono, A. (1985) Economic and Gender Aspects of Return Migration to the Italian Salento. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 12, pp. 31.
King, R. (1988) Il Ritorno in Patria: Return Migration to Italy in Historical Perspective. University of Durham, Department of Geography, Occasional Papers (New Series), No. 23, pp. 151.
King, R. (1990) Visions of the World and the Language of Maps. University of Dublin, Department of Geography, Trinity Papers in Geography No. 1, pp. 42.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1990) A Sicilian Village in the Fascist Era: Milocca Revisited. University of Dublin, Department of Geography, Trinity Papers in Geography No. 2, pp. 24.
Gillmore, D. and King, R. (1991) 'Europe in the teaching of geography in the Republic of Ireland', in De Vecchis, G., ed. The Teaching of Geography in a Changing Europe. Rome: Libera Università Maria SS Assunta, Pubblicazioni della Cattedra di Geografia, Fasc. 2, pp. 23–43.
King, R. (1992) Patterns of Italian Migrant Labour: The Historical and Geographical Background. University of Bristol, Centre for Mediterranean Studies, Occasional Paper No. 4, pp. 35.
Serrano Martínez, J.M. and King, R. (1994) Urban Systems and Regional Organisation in Spain. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 12, pp. 61.
King, R. and Konjhodzic, I. (1995) Labour Markets, Employment and Migration in Southern Europe. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 19, pp. 82.
King, R. (1996) Research in Geography at Sussex: A Guide for Prospective Research Students and Visiting Scholars. University of Sussex, Geography Subject Group, pp. 32.
King, R. (1996) A Celebration of Migration. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 25, pp. 31.
Tubito, M. and King, R. (1996) Italians in Peterborough: Between Integration, Encapsulation and Return. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 27, pp. 25.
Black, R., King, R. and Tiemoko, R. (2003) Migration, Return and Small Enterprise Development in Ghana: A Route out of Poverty? University of Sussex, Migration Working Paper No. 9, pp. 23.
Black, R., Fielding, A., King, R. and Tiemoko, R. (2003) Longitudinal Studies: An Insight into Current Studies and the Social and Economic Outcomes for Migrants. University of Sussex, Migration Working Paper No. 14, pp. 32.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2003) Migration and Development in Albania. University of Sussex, Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty Working Paper No. C5, pp. 63.
Ruiz-Gelices, E., King, R. and Findlay, A. (2003) International Student Mobility Study: Annotated Bibliography. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 101.
Findlay, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2003) International Student Mobility Study: Study 1. New Directions in UK International Student Mobility: A Preliminary Typology and Review of Data Sources. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 52.
King, R., Ruiz-Gelices, E. and Findlay, A. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Study 2. Exploring the Diversity of UK International Student Mobility. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 41.
Findlay, A., Stam, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Study 3. UK International Student Mobility: Perspectives of Students, Academics and Mobility Managers. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 139.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ruiz-Gelices, E. and Stam, A. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Final Report. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 41 (published electronically by HEFCE, Issues Paper 30 at: www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce/2004/04_30/).
King, R., Thomson, M., Fielding, T. and Warnes, T. (2004) Gender, Age and Generations: State of the Art Report. Amsterdam: IMISCOE Working Paper No. 8, pp. 96.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2008) Cultural Geographies of Counter-Diasporic Migration: The Second Generation Returns ‘Home’. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 45, pp. 30.
King, R., Thomson, M., Mai, N. and Keles, Y. (2008) ‘Turks’ in London: Shades of Invisibility and the Shifting Relevance of Policy in the Migration Process. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 51, pp. 24.
King, R., Skeldon, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2008) Internal and International Migration: Bridging the Theoretical Divide. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 52, pp. 49.
King, R., Dunne, M., Ahrens, J. and Skeldon, R. (2009) Motivations and Experiences of UK Students to Study Abroad. Report on UK School-Leavers’ Plans to Study Abroad. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 55.
King, R., Christou, A. and Teerling, J. (2009) Idyllic Times and Spaces? Memories of Childhood Visits to the Parental Homeland by Second-Generation Greeks and Cypriots. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 56, pp. 27.
Finlay, A.M. and King, R. (2010) Motivations and Experiences of UK Students Studying Abroad. London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, BIS Research Paper No. 8, pp. ii + 73.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J (2010) Gender and Remittances in Albania: Or Why ‘Are Women Better Remitters than Men?’ is not the Right Question. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 58, pp. 33.
King, R., Findlay, A.M. and Ahrens, J. (2010) International Student Mobility Literature Review. London: HEFCE, pp. 54.
Ahrens, J., King, R., Skeldon, R. and Dunne, M. (2010) Motivations of UK Students to study Abroad: A Survey of School-Leavers. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 64, pp. 36.
King, R., Christou, A. and Ahrens, J. (2010) From First-Generation Guestworkers to Second-Generation Transnationalists: Greek-Germans Engage with the ‘Homeland’. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 65, pp. 33.
Mata-Codesal, D., King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) Of Corridors and Dyads: Unpacking the Family Dynamics of Remittance Transfers to Albania and Ecuador. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 66, pp. 36.
Teerling, J. and King, R. (2011) Cyprus as a Multi-Diasporic Space. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 67, pp. 35.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2012) Transnational Space: Territory, Mobility and Technology. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 2/12, pp. 36.
King, R. (2012) Theories and Typologies of Migration: An Overview and a Primer. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 3/12, pp. 43.
King, R. and Conti, F. (2013) Bridging the Divide: The Gap Between the Study of Internal and International Migration, with an Italian Example. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 1/13, pp. 51.
King, R. and Kılınc, N. (2013) ‘Euro-Turks’ Return: The Counterdiasporic Migration of German-Born Turks to Turkey. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 2/13, pp. 60.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) Interrelationships between Gender, Care and Migration: Albania during and after Communism. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 3/13, pp. 39.
King, R., Lulle, A., Mueller, D. and Vathi, Z. (2013) Visiting Friends and Relatives and its Links with International Migration: A Three-Way Comparison of Migrants in the UK. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 4/13, pp. 61.
King, R., Lulle, A., Conti, F., Mueller, D. and Scotto, G. (2014) The Lure of London: A Comparative Study of Recent Graduate Migration from Germany, Italy and Latvia. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 75, pp. 39.
King, R., Lulle, A., Parutis, V. and Saar, M. (2015) Young Baltic Graduates Living and Working in London: From Peripheral Region to Escalator Region in Europe. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 82, pp. 27.
King, R. and Sondhi, G. (2016) Gendering International Student Migration: A Comparison of UK and Indian Students’ Motivations and Experiences of Studying Abroad. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 84, pp. 30.
King, R., Lulle, A., Moroşanu, L. and Williams, A. (2016) International Youth Mobility and Life Transitions in Europe: Questions, Definitions, Typologies and Theoretical Approaches. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 86, pp. 61.
Pratsinakis, M., Hatziprokopiou, P. and King, R. (2017) Beyond Migration Binaries and Linear Transitions: The Complexification of Greece’s Migratory Landscape at Times of Crisis. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 92, pp. 25.
Gedeshi, I. and King, R. (2018) Research Study into Brain Gain: Reversing Brain Drain with the Albanian Scientific Diaspora. Tirana: UNDP, pp. 63.
Gedeshi, I and King, R. (2018) New Trends in Potential Migration from Albania. Tirana: Center for Economic and Social Studies and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, pp. 88; Albanian-language version published in Diaspora Shqiptare, Vol. 1, 2019, pp. 285–365.
Etzold, B., Belloni, M., King, R., Kraler, A. and Pastore, F. (2019) Transnational Figurations of Displacement: Conceptualising Protracted Displacement and Translocal Connectivity through a Process-Oriented Perspective. Bonn: BICC, TRAFIG Working Paper 1, pp. 41.


GUEST-EDITED SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS

King, R. (ed.) (1981) Games and Simulations in Geography Teaching, in Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(2), pp. 111–143.
King, R. (ed.) (1985) European Migration: The Last Ten Years, in Geography, 70(2), pp. 151–182.
King, R. (ed.) (1996) The Geopolitics of International Migration in Europe, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 21(1), pp. 62–123.
King, R. (ed.) (1998) International Retirement Migration in Europe, in International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 87–200.
King, R. (ed.) (1999) The Italian Experience of Immigration, in Modern Italy, 4(2), pp. 133–257.
King, R. (ed.) (2002) Migration into Southern Europe: New Trends and New Patterns, in Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 1–229.
Black, R. and King, R. (eds) (2004) Transnational Migration, Return and Development in West Africa, in Population, Space and Place, 10(2), pp. 75–174.
Fonseca, M.L. and King, R. (eds) (2004) Migration in the Mediterranean Basin: Bridges and Margins, in Finisterra: Revista Portuguesa de Geografia, 39(77), pp. 1–156.
King, R. ed. (2005) New Perspectives on Albanian Migration and Development, in Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 133–277.
King, R. and Mai, N. (eds) (2009) Love, Sexuality and Migration, in Mobilities, 4(3), pp. 295–445.
King, R., Vullnetari, J. and Gedeshi, I. (eds) (2009) Migration and Development in Albania and Kosovo, in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 9(4), pp. 385–588.
Piracha, M. and King, R. (eds) (2010) Migration and Development in Transition Economies of Southeastern Europe: Albania and Kosovo, in Eastern European Economics, 48(6), pp. 1-85.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (eds) (2011) Twenty Years of Albanian Migration, in Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 13(3), pp. 269–¬¬¬356.
King, R., Christou, A. and Levitt, P. (eds) (2011) Links to the Diasporic Homeland: Second-Generation and Ancestral ‘Return’ Mobilities, in Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 451–600.
King, R. and Christou, A. (eds) (2011) ‘Mediterranean Homelands’: Transnational Ties and Return Migration of the Mediterranean-Origin Second Generation, in Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 183–415.
Smith, D.P. and King, R. (eds) (2012) Re-Making Migration Theory: Transitions, Intersections and Cross-Fertilisations, in Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 127–224.
King, R. and Raghuram, P. (eds) (2013) International Student Migration, in Population, Space and Place, 19(2), pp. 127–222.
King, R., Povrzanovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. (eds) (2013) Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region, in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 13(2), pp. 125–301.
King, R. and DeBono, D. (eds) (2013) Southern Europe and Irregular Migration, in Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 22(1), pp. 1–190.
King, R. and Olsson, E. (eds) (2014) Diasporic Return, in Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 255–384.
King, R. and Collyer, M. (eds) (2016) Geographical Perspectives on the European ‘Migration and Refugee Crisis’, in Human Geography, 9(2), pp. 1–112.
King, R. and Williams, A.M. (eds) (2018) New European Youth Mobilities, in Population, Space and Place, 24(1), six papers.
Sampaio, D., King, R. and Walsh, K. (eds) (2018) Geographies of the Ageing–Migration Nexus, in Area, 50(4), pp. 440–500.
King, R. and Oruc, N. (eds) (2019) Migration in the Western Balkans: What Do We Know? in Journal of Balkan and Near-Eastern Studies, 21(1), pp. 1–119.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (eds) (2019) Youth Mobility and Well-Being, in Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 151–255.
King, R. (ed.) (2019) Crisis, Return and Onward Migration: Balkan Case Studies, in Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 135–221.
Pratsinakis, M. and King, R. (eds) (2020) Intra-EU Mobilities in Times of Crisis, in International Migration, 58(1), pp. 5–165.


PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

King, R. (1970) 'Structural and geographical problems of South Italian agriculture', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 24(2), pp. 83–95.
King, R. (1970) 'Land reform in Apulia-Lucania-Molise', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 24(3), pp. 149–159.
King, R. (1971) 'Land reform: some theoretical considerations', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 25(1), pp. 85–97.
King, R. (1971) 'The human factor in agricultural development: a case-study from Sardinia', Professional Geographer, 23(3), pp. 204–208.
King, R. (1971) 'Development problems in a Mediterranean environment: history and evaluation of agricultural development schemes in Sardinia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 62(3), pp. 171–179.
King, R. (1971) 'Italian land reform: critique, effects, evaluation', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 62(6), pp. 368–382.
King, R. (1972) 'The Pilgrimage to Mecca: some historical and geographical considerations', Erdkunde, 26(1), pp. 61–73.
Blake, G.H. and King, R. (1972) 'The Hijaz Railway and the Pilgrimage to Mecca', Asian Affairs, 59(3), pp. 317–325.
King, R. (1974) 'Some spatial and environmental aspects of conflict resolution: livestock theft in Sardinia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 65(6), pp. 407–413.
King, R. (1975) 'Geographical perspectives on the evolution of the Sicilian Mafia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 66(1), pp. 21–34.
King, R. (1975) 'Ottana: an attempt to bring industry to Sardinia's shepherd-bandits', Geography, 60(3), pp. 218–222.
King, R. (1975) 'Examinations in university geography departments examined', Area, 7(4), pp. 237–246.
King, R. (1976) 'Student views on assessment in geography', Assessment in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 4–15.
King, R. (1976) 'Innovations in assessment in Arts and Social Science subjects', Assessment in Higher Education, 1(3), pp. 5–30.
King, R. (1976) 'Data on student performance under different forms of assessment', Assessment in Higher Education, 2(1), pp. 31–45.
King, R. (1976) 'Assessment in geography: approaches to the formulation of objectives', Studies in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 223–232.
King, R. (1976) 'The evolution of international labour movements concerning the EEC', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 67(2), pp. 66–82.
King, R. (1977) 'Recent industrialisation in Sardinia: rebirth or neocolonialism?' Erdkunde, 31(2), pp. 87–102.
King, R. (1977) 'Italian migration to Great Britain', Geography, 62(3), pp.176–186.
King, R. and King, P.D. (1977) 'The spatial evolution of the Italian community in Bedford', East Midland Geographer, 6(7), pp. 337–345.
King, R. (1977) 'Problems of return migration: a case-study of Italians returning from Britain', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 68(4), pp. 241–246.
King, R. (1978) 'Work and residence patterns of Italian immigrants in Great Britian', International Migration, 26(2), pp. 74–82.
King, R. (1978) 'Return migration: a neglected aspect of population geography', Area, 10(3), pp.175–182. Reprinted in Robinson, V. ed. (1996) Geography and Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 357–364.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1978) 'Sicilian agro-towns', Erdkunde, 32(2), pp. 110–123.
King, R. (1978) 'The changing role of Malta's dockyards', Geography, 63(4), pp. 363–366.
King, R. (1979) 'A systems analysis of emigration from the island of Gozo', Studi Emigrazione, 16(53), pp. 43–72.
King, R. (1979) 'The Maltese migration cycle: an archival survey', Area, 11(3), pp. 245–249.
King, R. (1979) 'Postwar migration patterns and problems in Malta with special reference to return migration', European Demographic Information Bulletin, 10(3), pp. 108–128.
King, R. (1979) 'Recent developments in the political and economic geography of Malta', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 70(5), pp. 258–271.
King, R. and Young, S.E. (1979) 'The Aeolian Islands: birth and death of a human landscape', Erdkunde, 33(3), pp. 193–204.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'Spatial variations in Sicilian migration: a stepwise multiple regression analysis', Mediterranean Studies, 2(1), pp. 60–87.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'Patterns of Sardinian migration', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 71(4), pp. 209–222.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'The effects of return migration on a Gozitan village', Human Organization, 39(2), pp. 175–179.
King, R. (1980) 'Land consolidation in Cyprus', Geography, 65(4), pp. 320–324.
King, R. (1981) 'How shall they be judged? Notes and sources on assessment', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(1), pp. 61–72.
King, R. and Ladbury, S. (1982) 'The cultural reconstruction of political reality: Greek and Turkish Cyprus since 1974', Anthropological Quarterly, 55(1), pp. 1–16.
King, R. and Bridal, J. (1982) 'The changing distribution of Cypriots in London', Studi Emigrazione, 19(65), pp. 93–120.
King, R. (1982) 'On geography, cartography and the fourth language', Geographical Research Forum, 5, pp. 42–56.
King, R. (1982) 'Southern Europe: dependency or development?' Geography, 67(3), pp. 221–234.
Burton, S.P. and King, R. (1982) 'Land fragmentation and consolidation in Cyprus', Agricultural Administration, 11(3), pp. 183–200.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1982) 'Land fragmentation: notes on a fundamental rural spatial problem', Progress in Human Geography, 6(4), pp. 475–494.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1983) 'Structural change in agriculture: the geography of land consolidation', Progress in Human Geography, 7(4), pp. 471–501.
King, R. and Took, L.J. (1983) 'Land tenure and rural social change: the Italian case', Erdkunde, 37(3), pp. 186–193.
King, R., Mortimer, J. and Strachan, A.J. (1984) 'Return migration and tertiary development: a Calabrian case-study', Anthropological Quarterly, 57(3), pp. 112–124.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Viganola, M.T. (1985) 'Emigrazione di ritorno e sviluppo di un comune rurale in Basilicata', Studi Emigrazione, 22(78), pp. 162–198.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1985) 'The urban dimension of European return migration: the case of Bari, southern Italy', Urban Studies, 22(3), pp. 219–235.
King, R. (1985) 'Italian migration: the clotting of the haemorrhage', Geography, 70(2), pp. 171–175.
King, R. (1987) 'Regional government: the Italian experience', Government and Policy, 5(3), pp. 327–346.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1988) 'Mapping the geography of ignorance', Geographical Viewpoint, 16, pp. 73–80.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1988) 'Ireland's new wave of emigration in the 1980s', Irish Geography, 21(2), pp. 104–108.
King, R. and Ladbury, S. (1988) 'Settlement renaming in Turkish Cyprus', Geography, 73(4), pp. 363–367.
King, R. (1988) 'Carlo Levi, Aliano and the rural Mezzogiorno in the 1930s: an interpretative essay', Journal of Rural Studies, 4(4), pp. 307–321.
King, R. (1989) 'Geography in the school curriculum: a battle won but not yet over', Area, 21(2), pp. 127–136.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1989) 'Land ownership values and rural structural change in Cyprus', Journal of Rural Studies, 5(3), pp. 267–277.
King, R. (1989) 'The three Italies: recent changes in the regional economic geography of Italy', Geographical Viewpoint, 17, pp. 5–23.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1989) ' The movement of Irish school-leavers into British higher education: a potential brain-drain?' Geographical Viewpoint, 17, pp. 75–85.
King, R., Shuttleworth, I. and Strachan, A.J. (1989) 'The Irish in Coventry: the social geography of a relict community', Irish Geography, 22(2), pp. 64–78.
King, R. and Killingbeck, J. (1990) 'Agricultural and land use change in central Basilicata: from Carlo Levi to the Comunità Montana, Land Use Policy, 7(1), pp. 7–26.
King, R. (1990) 'The Mediterranean: an environment at risk', Geographical Viewpoint, 18, pp. 5–31.
King, R. and Chipperfield, V. (1990) 'Maps in newspapers: the cases of the San Francisco earthquake and the Berlin Wall', Geographical Viewpoint, 18, pp. 93–104.
King, R. and Chipperfield, V. (1990) 'Newspaper weather maps: a survey of British and Irish newspapers', Bulletin of the Society of University Cartographers, 24(1), pp. 5–15.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1990) 'Italiani in Irlanda: note storico-geografiche', Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana, 127(10–12), pp. 509–529.
King, R. (1992) 'Italy: from sick man to rich man of Europe', Geography, 77(2), pp. 153–169.
King, R. and Arbucke, L. (1992) 'A note on the Irish in Rome', Irish Geography, 25(2), pp. 188–194.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1992) 'Emigrants, returnees and non-migrants: Achill Islanders at home and abroad', Studi Emigrazione, 29(106), pp. 241–261.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1992) 'From Milocca to Milena: the geo-anthropology of rural settlement change in central Sicily', Papeles de Geografía, 18, pp. 129–158.
King, R. (1993) 'Italy reaches zero population growth', Geography, 78(1), pp. 63–69.
Champion, T. and King, R. (1993) 'New trends in international migration in Europe', Geographical Viewpoint, 21, pp. 45–56.
King, R. (1993) 'Recent immigration to Italy: character, causes and consequences', GeoJournal, 30(3), pp. 283–292.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1994) 'Casalattico, Dublin and the fish and chip connection: a classic example of chain migration', Studi Emigrazione, 31(115), pp. 398–426.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1995) 'The emigration and employment of Irish graduates: the export of high-quality labour from the periphery of Europe', European Urban and Regional Studies, 2(1), pp. 21–40.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1995) 'Education, identity and migration: the case of young highly-educated Irish emigrants', Studi Emigrazione, 32(117), pp. 159–176.
King, R. (1996) 'Migration and development in the Mediterranean region', Geography, 81(1), pp. 3–14.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1996) 'Casalattico: storia migratoria e trasformazioni geografiche di un comune della Val di Comino', Geografia, 19(1–2), pp. 5–66.
Blotevogel, H.H. and King, R. (1996) 'European economic restructuring: demographic responses and feedbacks', European Urban and Regional Studies, 3(2), pp. 133–159.
Fakiolas, R. and King, R. (1996) 'Emigration, return, immigration: a review and evaluation of Greece's postwar experience of international migration', International Journal of Population Geography, 2(2), pp. 171–190.
King, R. and O'Connor, H. (1996) 'Migration and gender: Irish women in Leicester', Geography, 81(4), pp. 311–325.
Iosifides, T. and King, R. (1996) 'Recent immigration to southern Europe: the socio-economic and labour market contexts', Journal of Area Studies, 9, pp. 70–94.
Williams, A.M., King, R. and Warnes, T. (1997) 'A place in the sun: international retirement migration from northern to southern Europe', European Urban and Regional Studies, 4(2), pp. 115–134
King, R., Iosifides, T. and Myrivili, L. (1998) 'A migrant's story: from Albania to Athens', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 24(1), pp. 159–175.
King, R., Warnes, A.M. and Williams, A.M. (1998) 'International retirement migration in Europe', International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 91–111.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1998) 'Diverse paths: the elderly British in Tuscany', International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 157–182.
Knights, M. and King, R. (1998) ‘The geography of Bangladeshi migration to Rome’, International Journal of Population Geography, 4(4), pp. 299–321.
Iosifides, T. and King, R. (1998) ‘Socio-spatial dynamics and exclusion of three immigrant groups in the Athens conurbation’, South European Society and Politics, 3(3), pp. 205–229.
King, R. and Andall, J. (1999) ‘The geography and economic sociology of recent immigration to Italy’, Modern Italy, 4(2), pp. 135–158.
Warnes, A.M., King, R., Williams, A.M. and Patterson, G. (l999) 'The well-being of British expatriate retirees in southern Europe', Ageing and Society, 19(6), pp. 717–740.
Williams, A.M., King, R., Warnes, A.M. and Patterson, G. (2000) 'Tourism and international retirement migration: new forms of an old relationship in southern Europe', Tourism Geographies, 2(1), pp. 28–49.
King, R. and Zontini, E. (2000) 'The role of gender in the South European immigration model', Papers: Revista de Sociologia, 60, pp. 35–52.
King, R. (2002) ‘Towards a new map of European migration’, International Journal of Population Geography, 8(2), pp. 89–106. Reprinted in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. eds (2010) Selected Studies in International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 111–140.
King, R. and Ribas-Mateos, N. (2002) ‘Towards a diversity of migratory types and contexts in Southern Europe’, Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 5–26.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2002) ‘Of myths and mirrors: interpretations of Albanian migration’, Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 161–199.
King, R. (2003) ‘Verso una nuova tipologia delle migrazioni europee’, La Critica Sociologica, 143–144, pp. 9–33.
King, R. (2003) ‘Across the sea and over the mountains: documenting Albanian migration’, Scottish Geographical Journal, 119(3), pp. 283–309.
King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2003) ‘International student migration and the European “Year Abroad”: effects on European identity and subsequent migration behaviour’, International Journal of Population Geography, 9(3), pp. 229–252.
King, R. (2004) ‘Albania: interrelationships between population, poverty, development, internal and international migration’, Méditerrannée, 103(3–4), pp. 37–47.
Black, R. and King, R. (2004) ‘Migration, return and development in West Africa’, Population, Space and Place, 10(2), pp. 75–84.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2004) ‘Albanian migrants in Lecce and Modena: narratives of rejection, survival and integration’, Population, Space and Place, 10(6), pp. 455–477.
Findlay, A.M., Stam, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2005) ‘International opportunities: searching for the meaning of student migration’, Geographica Helvetica, 60(3), pp. 192–200.
King, R. (2005) ‘Albania as a laboratory for the study of migration and development’, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 133–155; republished in Albanian in Perpjekja, 17(26–27), pp. 11–28.
Nikas, C. and King, R. (2005) ‘Economic growth through remittances: lessons from the Greek experience of the 1960s applicable to the Albanian case’, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 235–257.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2006) 'Orphan pensioners and migrating grandparents: the impact of mass migration on older people in rural Albania', Ageing & Society, 26(5), pp. 783–816.
King, R., Dalipaj, M. and Mai, N. (2006) ‘Gendering migration and remittances: evidence from London and northern Albania’, Population, Space and Place, 12(6), pp. 409–434.
Findlay, A., King, R., Stam, A. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2006) ‘Ever-reluctant Europeans: the changing geographies of UK students studying and working abroad’, European Urban and Regional Studies, 13(4), pp. 291–318.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2006) ‘Migrants encounter migrants in the city: the changing context of 'home' for second-generation Greek-American return migrants’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 30(4), pp. 816–835.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2008) ‘Does your granny eat grass? On mass migration, care drain and the fate of older people in rural Albania’, Global Networks, 8(2), pp. 139–171.
King, R. and Thomson, M. (2008) ‘The Southern European model of immigration: do the cases of Malta, Cyprus and Slovenia fit?’ Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 10(3), pp. 265–291.
King, R., Thomson, M., Mai, N. and Keles, Y. (2008) ‘“Turks” in the UK: problems of definition and the partial relevance of policy’, Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 6(3), pp. 423–434.
King, R. (2009) ‘Geography, islands and migration in an era of global mobility’, Island Studies Journal, 4(1), pp. 53–84.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2009) ‘Italophilia meets Albanophobia: paradoxes of asymmetric assimilation and identity processes among Albanian immigrants in Italy’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 32(1), pp. 117–138.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2009) ‘The intersection of gender and generation in Albanian migration, remittances and transnational care’, Geografiska Annaler B, 91(1), pp. 17–38.
Mai, N. and King, R. (2009) ‘Love, sexuality and migration: mapping the issue(s)’, Mobilities, 4(3), pp. 295–307.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2009) ‘Remittances, return, diaspora: framing the debate in the context of Albania and Kosova’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 9(4), pp. 385–406.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2010) ‘Cultural geographies of counter-diasporic migration: perspectives from the study of second-generation “returnees” to Greece’, Population, Space and Place, 16(2), pp. 103–119.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2010) ‘Imagining “home”: diasporic landscapes of the Greek-German second generation’, Geoforum, 41(4), pp. 638¬¬–646.
King, R. and Skeldon, R. (2010) ‘“Mind the gap”: integrating approaches to internal and international migration’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(10), pp. 1619–1646.
King, R., Piracha, M. and Vullnetari, J. (2010) ‘Migration and development in transition economies of Southeastern Europe’, Eastern European Economics, 48(6), pp. 3–15.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2011) ‘Gendering remittances in Albania: a human and social development perspective’, Gender and Development, 19(1), pp. 39–51.
King, R., Uruçi, E. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) ‘Albanian migration and its effects in comparative perspective’, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 13(3), pp. 269–286.
King, R., Christou, A. and Teerling, J. (2011) ‘“We took a bath with the chickens”: memories of childhood visits to the homeland by second-generation Greek and Greek Cypriot “returnees”’, Global Networks, 11(1), pp. 1–23.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ahrens, J. and Dunne, M. (2011) ‘Reproducing advantage: the perspective of English school-leavers on studying abroad’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 9(2), pp. 161–181.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2011) ‘Of counter-diaspora and reverse transnationalism: “return” mobilities to and from the ancestral homeland’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 451–466.
King, R., Christou, A. and Ahrens, J. (2011) ‘Diverse mobilities: second-generation Greek-Germans engage with the “homeland” as children and as adults’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 483–501.
Vathi, Z. and King, R. (2011) ‘Return visits of the young Albanian second generation in Europe: contrasting themes and comparative host-country perspectives’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 503–518.
King, R., Castaldo, A. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) ‘Gendered relations and filial duties along the Greek-Albanian remittance corridor’, Economic Geography, 87(4), pp. 393–419.
King, R. (2011) ‘“Mediterranean homelands”: transnational perspectives on continuing the migratory tradition across generations’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 185–206.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2011) ‘Gendering counter-diasporic migration: second-generation Greek-Americans and Greek-Germans narrate their “homecoming” to Greece’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 283–314.
Findlay, A.M., King, R., Smith, F.M., Geddes, A. and Skeldon, R. (2012) ‘World class? An investigation of globalisation, difference and international student mobility’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 37(1), pp. 118–131.
Teerling, J. and King, R. (2012) ‘Of hubs and hinterlands: Cyprus as a space of overlapping diasporas’, Island Studies Journal, 7(1), pp. 19–48.
King, R. (2012) ‘Geography and migration studies: retrospect and prospect’, Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 134–153.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2012) ‘A population on the move: migration and gender relations in Albania’, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5(2), pp. 207–220.
King, R. and Raghuram, P. (2013) ‘International student migration: mapping the field and new research agendas’, Population, Space and Place, 19(2), pp. 127–137.
King, R., Povzranovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) ‘Migration, transnationalism and development on the southeastern flank of Europe’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 13(2), pp. 125–140.
King, R., Mata-Codesal, D. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) ‘Migration, development, gender and the “black box” of remittances: comparative findings from Albania and Ecuador’, Comparative Migration Studies, 1(1), pp. 69–96.
King, R. and DeBono, D. (2013) ‘Irregular migration and the “Southern European model” of migration’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 22(1), pp. 1–31.
Vathi, Z. and King, R. (2013) ‘“Have you got the British?” Narratives of migration and settlement among Albanian-origin immigrants in London’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36(11): 1829–1848.
Olsson, E. and King, R. (2014) ‘Introduction: diasporic return’, Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 255–261.
King, R., Christou, A., Goodson, I. and Teerling, J. (2014) ‘Tales of satisfaction and disillusionment: second-generation “return” migration to Greece and Cyprus’, Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 262–287.
King, R. and Kılınc, N. (2014) ‘Routes to roots: second-generation Turks from Germany “return” to Turkey’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 4(3), pp. 126–133.
King, R., Cela, E., Fokkema, T. and Vullnetari, J. (2014) ‘The migration and wellbeing of the zero generation: transgenerational care, grandparenting and loneliness amongst Albanian older people’, Population, Space and Place, 20(8), pp. 728–738.
Dunne, M., King, R. and Ahrens, J. (2014) ‘Applying to higher education: comparisons of state and independent schools’, Studies in Higher Education, 39 (9), pp. 1649–1667.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2014) ‘Second-generation “return” to Greece: new dynamics of transnationalism and integration’, International Migration, 52(6), pp. 85–99.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2015) ‘Producing transnational space: international migration and the extra-territorial reach of state power’, Progress in Human Geography, 39(2), pp. 185–204.
Conti, F. and King, R. (2015) ‘Of mentalità and raccomandazione: comparing the emigration and internal migration of Italian graduates’, Studi Emigrazione, 52(197), pp. 121–140.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2015) ‘Rhythmic island: Latvian migrants in Guernsey and their enfolded patterns of space-time mobility’, Population, Space and Place, 21(7), pp. 599–611.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2016) ‘“Washing men’s feet”: gender, care and migration in Albania during and after communism’, Gender, Place and Culture, 23(2), pp. 198–215.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2016) ‘Ageing well: the time-spaces of posibility for older female Latvian migrants in the UK’, Social and Cultural Geography, 17(3), pp. 444–462.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2016) ‘From shortage economy to second economy: an historical ethnography of rural life in communist Albania’, Journal of Rural Studies, 44, pp. 198–207.
King, R., Lulle, A., Conti, F. and Mueller, D. (2016) ‘Eurocity London: a qualitative comparison of graduate migration from Germany, Italy and Latvia’, Comparative Migration Studies, 4(3), pp. 1–22.
King, R., Lulle, A. and Buzinska, L. (2016) ‘Beyond remittances: knowledge transfer among highly educated Latvian youth abroad’, Sociology of Development, 2(2), pp. 183–203.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2016) ‘Narrating Europe’s migration and refugee ‘“crisis”’, Human Geography, 9(2), pp. 1–12.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2016) ‘Grandmothers migrating, working and caring: Latvian women between survival and self-realisation’, Population Horizons, 13(2), pp. 43–54.
King, R., Lulle, A., Sampaio, D. and Vullnetari, J. (2017) ‘Unpacking the ageing-migration nexus and challenging the vulnerability trope’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(2), pp. 182–198.
Sondhi, G. and King, R. (2017) ‘Gendering international student migration: an Indian case-study’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(8), pp. 1308–1324.
Kılınc, N. and King, R. (2017) ‘The quest for a better life: second-generation Turkish-Germans “return” to “paradise”?’ Demographic Research, 36(49), pp. 1491–1514.
King, R. and Williams, A.M. (2018) ‘Editorial introduction: new European youth mobilities’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–9, e2121.
King, R. (2018) ‘Theorising new European youth mobilities’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–12, e2117.
Lulle, A., Moroşanu, L. and King, R. (2018) ‘And then came Brexit: experiences and future plans of young EU migrants in the London region’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–11, e2122.
King, R., Lulle, A., Parutis, V. and Saar, M. (2018) ‘From peripheral region to escalator region: young Baltic graduates in London’, European Urban and Regional Studies, 25(3), pp. 284–299.
King, R. and Sondhi, G. (2018) ‘International student migration: a comparison of UK and Indian students’ movitations for studying abroad’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(2), pp. 176–191.
King, R. (2018) ‘Is migration a form of development aid given by poor to rich countries?’ Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39(2), pp. 114–128.
Sampaio, D., King, R. and Walsh, K. (2018) ‘Geographies of the ageing–migration nexus: an introduction’, Area, 50(4), pp. 440–443.
Mazzilli, C. and King, R. (2018) ‘“What have I done to deserve this?” Young Italian migrants in Britain narrate their reaction to Brexit and plans for the future’, Rivista Geografica Italiana, 125(4), pp. 507–523.
Lulle, A., King, R., Dvorakova, V. and Szkudlarek, A. (2019) ‘Between disruptions and connections: “new” European Union migrants in the United Kingdom before and after Brexit’, Population, Space and Place, 25(1), pp. 1–10, e2200.
King, R. and Oruc, N. (2019) ‘Editorial introduction: migration in the Western Balkans: trends and challenges’, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 21(1), pp. 1–10.
King, R. and Okólski, M. (2019) ‘Diverse, fragile and fragmented: the new map of European migration’, Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 8(1), pp. 9–32.
Moroşanu, L., Bulat, A., Mazzilli, C. and King, R. (2019) ‘Growing up abroad: Italian and Romanian migrants’ partial transitions to adulthood’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42(9), pp. 1554–1573.
Conkova, N., Vullnetari, J., King, R. and Fokkema, T. (2019) ‘“Left like stones in the middle of the road”: narratives of aging alone and coping strategies in rural Albania and Bulgaria’, Journal of Gerontology: Series B, Social Sciences, 74 (8), pp. 1492–1500.
Conkova, N. and King, R. (2019) ‘Non-kin ties as a source of support amongst older adults “left behind” in Poland: a quantitative study on the role of geographic distance’, Ageing and Society, 39(6), pp. 1255–1280.
King, R., Cela, E., Morettini, G. and Fokkema, T. (2019) ‘The Marche: Italy’s new frontier for international retirement migration’, Population, Space and Place, 25(5), pp. 1–12, e2241.
Della Puppa, F. and King, R. (2019) ‘The new “twice migrants”: motivations, experiences and disillusionments of Italian-Bangladeshis relocating to London’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45(11), pp. 1936–1952.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2019) ‘Youth mobility and well-being: transitions and intersections’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 151–159.
Leon Himmelstine, C. and King, R. (2019) ‘“Healing young hearts”: emotional and psychosocial dimensions of well-being among young-adult Spanish migrants in the London region’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 161–177.
Sampaio, D. and King, R. (2019) ‘ “It’s not everybody that wants to stay on a remote island”: understanding distinction in the context of lifestyle migrants growing older in the Azores’, Journal of Rural Studies, 72, pp. 186–195.
King, R. and Karamoschou, C. (2019) ‘Fragmented and fluid mobilities: the role of onward migration in the new map of Europe and the Balkans’, Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 141–169.
King, R. and Gëdeshi, I. (2019) ‘New trends in potential migration from Albania: the migration transition postponed’, Migration and Development, DOI: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1608099.
Gëdeshi, I. and King, R. (2019) ‘The Albanian scientific diaspora: can the brain drain be reversed?’ Migration and Development, DOI:10.1080/21632324.2019.1677072.
Moroşanu, L., King, R., Lulle, A. and Pratsinakis, M. (2019) ‘“One improves here every day”: the occupational and learning journeys of “lower-skilled” European migrants in the London region’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2019.1679411.
Augusto, A. and King, R. (2019) ‘“Skilled white bodies”: Portuguese workers in Angola as a case of North-South migration’, Geographical Journal, DOI: 10.1111/geoj.12334.
Maslova, S. and King, R. (2020) ‘Residential trajectories of high-skilled transnational migrants in a global city: exploring the housing choices of Russian and Italian professionals in London’, Cities, 96, pp. 1–9, e102421.
King, R. and Pratsinakis, M. (2020) ‘Exploring the lived experiences of intra-EU mobility in an era of complex economic and political change’, International Migration, 58(1), pp. 5–14.
Pratsinakis, M., King, R., Leon Himmelstine, C. and Mazzilli, C. (2020) ‘A crisis-driven migration? Aspirations and experiences of the post-2008 South European migrants in London’, International Migration, 58(1), pp. 15–30.


REVIEW ARTICLES

King, R. (1973) 'Geographical perspectives on the Green Revolution', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 64(4), pp. 237–244.
King, R. (1977) 'Human geography course material from the Open University', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 43–50.
King, R. (1978) 'Problems of contemporary Mediterranean migration', Mediterranean Studies, 1(1), pp. 152–156.
King, R. (1979) 'Return migration: a review of some case-studies from southern Europe', Mediterranean Studies, 1(2), pp. 3–30.
King, R. (1981) 'Who moves, where, why and with what effects?' Progress in Human Geography, 5(2), pp. 287–293.
King, R. (1982) 'Recenti scritti in lingua inglese sulla geografia umana dell'Italia', Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana, 119 (4–9), pp. 411–421.
King, R. (1988) 'Focus on development: a review of the Open University's Third World Studies course', Geography, 73(3), pp. 240–247.
King, R. and Vujakovic, P. (1989) 'Peters Atlas: a new era of cartography or publisher's con-trick? Geography, 74(3), pp. 245–251.
King, R. (1996) 'Of free movement and the fortress: recent books on European migration', West European Politics, 19(1), pp. 176–181.
King, R. (2001) ‘Ants and frogs round a pond: interpretations of Mediterranean historical geography’, Journal of Historical Geography, 27(4), pp. 590–596.
King, R. (2002) ‘Tracking immigration into Italy: ten years of the Immigrazione Dossier Statistico’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 28(1), pp. 173–180.
King, R., Money, J. and Murawska, M. (2011) ‘Twenty years of JEMS: a geographical content analysis’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(9), pp. 1539–1550.
King, R. (2015) ‘Migration comes of age’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(13), pp. 2366–2372.


OTHER ARTICLES

King, R. (1970) 'Reform for Sardinia's land reform policy', Geographical Magazine, 42(6), pp. 424–431.
King, R. (1971) 'Mediterranean island in torment: Sicily's agricultural and bureaucratic problems', Geographical Magazine, 44(3), pp. 178–184.
King, R. (1971) 'Italian land reform experiences in Sardinia', Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, 8(1), pp. 17–26.
King, R. (1972) 'Cost perspectives on the Italian land reform', Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, 9(1), pp. 36–42.
King, R. (1973) 'Poverty and banditry: pastoral anarchy in Sardinia', Geographical Magazine, 46(2), pp.127–132.
King, R. (1976) 'Islands of the Wind God: the Aeolian archipelago', Country Life, 159 (4112), pp. 1050–1052.
King, R. (1976) 'How university departments examine their students', Teaching Geography, 2(1), pp. 3–5.
King, R. (1976) 'Alternative approaches to the geography of development', Teaching Geography, 2(2), pp. 81–83.
King, R. (1976) 'Industrial revolution Sardinia-style', Geographical Magazine, 48(12), pp. 728–736.
King, R. (1977) 'Bedford, the Italian connection: immigrants and their homeland', Geographical Magazine, 49(7), pp. 442–449.
King, R. (1978) 'Shifting progress in Portugal's land reform', Geography, 63(2), pp. 118–119.
King, R. (1978) 'Malta builds an independent economy: new industries replace defence', Geographical Magazine, 50(6), pp. 373–380.
King, R. (1979) 'More on assessment', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 3(1), pp. 102–106.
King, R. (1979) 'Regional geography is dead: long live regional geography!' Teaching Geography, 4(3), pp. 109–113.
King, R. (1979) 'EEC: from six to nine to twelve', Geographical Magazine, 51(7), pp. 457–462.
King, R. (1979) 'Italians in Britain: an idiosyncratic immigration', Association of Teachers of Italian Journal, 29, pp. 6–16.
King, R. (1979) 'North from the Attila Line: Turkish part of Cyprus', Geographical Magazine, 52(2), pp. 117–124.
King, R. (1980) 'Cypriot refugees in Cyprus: south of the Attila Line', Geographical Magazine, 52(4), pp. 266–273.
King, R. and Zolli, L. (1981) 'Italians in Leicester', Association of Teachers of Italian Journal, 33, pp. 4–13.
King, R. (1981) 'To play or not to play? An introduction to games and simulations in geography', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(2), pp. 110–112.
King, R. and Gradus, Y. (1981) 'Negev becomes a front-line again: implications of new borders for Israel's desert south', Geographical Magazine, 53(14), pp. 902–909.
King, R. (1984) 'Geography at university: twelve points for sixth-formers to consider', Teaching Geography, 9(2), pp. 75–77.
King, R. (1984) 'Geography: continuity, change and a return to the roots', Geography, 69(1), pp. 1–2.
King, R. (1987) 'All shades of Italy: a country of contrasts', Geographical Magazine, 59(4), pp. 189–196.
King, R. (1987) 'Italy: the lie of the land', Geographical Magazine, 59(12), pp. 597–602.
King, R. (1988) 'Dubai: pearl in a troubled Gulf', Geographical Magazine, 60(1), pp. 26–30.
King, R. (1988) 'Italy: the system is dead – long live the system', Geographical Magazine, 60(3), pp. 19–23.
King. R. (1989) 'Green Europe: the southern sun-trap', Marxism Today, 33(4), pp. 46–47.
King, R., McGrath, F., Shuttleworth, I. and Strachan, A.J. (1990) 'Irish on the move', Geography Review, 3(3), pp. 23–27.
King. R. (1990) 'Rural decline: the Mezzogiorno revisited', Geography Review, 3(5), pp. 7–10.
King, R. (1990) 'On editing Geography: a retrospective view', Geography, 75(2), pp. 135–141.
King, R. (1990) 'Irish studies in Britain', Geonews, 27, pp. 15–19.
King, R. (1990) 'Sulle tracce di Le Lannou: la Sardegna vista da un geografo', Quaderni Bolotanesi, 16, pp. 117–129.
King, R. (1990) 'Geographical insights of the artist', Geographical Magazine, 62(4), pp. 40–41.
King, R. and Killingbeck, J. (1990) 'Carlo Levi: artist and geographer', Geographical Magazine, 62(4), pp. 41–45.
King, R. (1991) 'Europe's metamorphic demographic map', Town and Country Planning, 60(4), pp. 111–113.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1992) 'The evolution of the Italian community in Dublin', Tuttitalia, 5, pp. 6–13.
King, R. (1992) 'Regional contrasts in Italy in the National Curriculum', Teaching Geography, 17(3), pp. 99–106.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1993) 'Achill – the emigration isle', Geographical Magazine, 65(11), pp. 22–25.
King, R. (1993) 'The future of mass migration in Europe', Communications (The Journal of the European Science Foundation), 29, pp. 10–11.
Montanari, A. and King, R. (1994) 'Le migrazioni nell'Europa contemporanea', Le Scienze: edizione italiana di Scientific American, 314, pp. 18–28.
King, R. (1994) '100 years of return migration to Italy', Association for the Study of Modern Italy Newsletter, 25, pp. 11–14.
King, R. (1996) 'The geopolitics of international migration in Europe: an introduction', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 21(1), pp. 62–63.
King, R. (1996) 'Population geography at Sussex', Population Geography Study Group Newsletter, 26, pp. 9–11.
Patterson, G. and King, R. (1996) 'The British in Chiantishire: a long week-end in Surrey?', in Bowler, I.R. (ed) Progress in Research in Rural Geography: Abstracts of Papers from the First Symposium of British and Spanish Rural Geographers. Leicester University: Department of Geography, Occasional Paper 35, pp. 59–60.
King, R. and Tubito, M. (1996) 'The Italian community in Peterborough', Tuttitalia, 14, pp. 13–19.
King, R., Findlay, A., Stam, A. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2004) ‘The UK’s changing position in the international exchange of students’, World Views, 16, pp. 6–8.
Smith, D.P. and King, R. (2012) ‘Editorial introduction: re-making migration theory’, Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 127–133.
King, R. and Money, J. (2013) ‘Editorial: signing off’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39(10), pp. 1529–1533.
King, R. and discussants (2015) ‘Journal of Island Studies’: preliminary ideas from 1991 and comments from 2015’, Island Studies Journal, 10(1), pp. 7–14.
King, R. (2019) ‘Editorial: crisis and, return and onward migration: Balkan case studies’, Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 135–140.
3.04.2020
13.03.1945
+44+1273479930
r.king@sussex.ac.uk

Career

Institutions and positions
01.01.1993–...   
University of Sussex, Professor (1,00)
01.01.1997–31.12.2012   
University of Sussex, Director, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, (1,00)
01.01.1987–01.01.1993   
Trinity College Dublin, Professor of Geography and Head of Department (1,00)
01.01.1971–31.12.1986   
University of Leicester, Lecturer in Geography (1,00)
01.01.1970–31.12.1971   
University of Durham, Research Fellow Research Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies (1,00)

Qualifications

Honours & awards
2006, Russell Leonard King, University of Sussex ‘Teaching Excellence Award’ for postgraduate teaching in Migration Studies
1990, Russell Leonard King, Fellow of Trinity College Dublin
1989, Russell Leonard King, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
1988, Russell Leonard King, Honorary Life Membership of the Società Geografica Italiana in recognition of research on the geography of Italy
1986, Russell Leonard King, Royal Geographical Society 'Edward Heath Award’ for work on the geography of Europe and the Mediterranean
 
 
Fields of research
ETIS CLASSIFICATION: 1. Biosciences and Environment; 1.10. Geography and Regional Studies; CERCS CLASSIFICATION: S230 Social geography
 
 
Additional information
SERVICE TO PROFESSION

• Member of the Council of the Geographical Association, 1984–89 (plus various other GA committees)
• Member of the Council of the Geographical Society of Ireland, 1988–92
• Sometime Committee Member of various Study Groups of the Institute of British Geographers and the Royal Geographical Society (Higher Education, Population Geography, Developing Areas, Rural Geography)
• President, Lincoln Branch of the Geographical Association, 1986–87
• External Examiner, Queen's University Belfast (BEd degree), 1981–84
• External Examiner, University of Durham (Human Geography), 1990–93
• External Examiner, Open University (Human Geography), 1991–95
• Extemal Examiner, University of St Andrews (Human Geography), 1994–97
• Irish representative on European Science Foundation Network on Regional and Urban Restructuring in Europe, elected General Rapporteur 1990–94
• Chair, IBG Limited Life Working Party on The Geopolitics of New European Migration, 1993–95
• President, Association for the Study of Modern Italy (ASMI), 1998–2003
• Assessor, ESRC Research Studentships in Human Geography, various years
• Assessor, Irish Research Council for the Humanities and the Social Sciences, Post-Doctoral Fellowship scheme, 2003, 2005, 2006.
• Panel Member of Comitato Internazionale per la Valutazione della Ricerca (Italian equivalent of RAE), responsible for coordinating evaluation of research output in Human Geography, Environmental Studies and Sustainable Development, 2005
• Member, Expert Review Panel of the Swedish Research Awards Council, Forskningsrådet för arbetsliv och socialvetenskap, 2006–07.
• Expert Referee for the Norwegian Research Council grant scheme for proposals in the area of Migration and Transnational Relations, 2019.
• External Examiner, UCL, MSc in Global Migration, 2010¬¬–14.
• External Examiner, Oxford University, MSc in Migration Studies, 2010¬¬–14.
• External Examiner, University of Malta, MA in Islands and Small States, 2015 ongoing.
• External Assessor, PhD programme in Migration Studies, University of Lisbon, 2015 ongoing.
• External Examiner of PhD theses at the following universities: Aarhus, Antwerp, Bath (twice), Birmingham, Cambridge, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Essex, King’s College London, KwaZulu Natal, Leicester, Lille, Linköping, Liverpool, London Metropolitan, LSE (twice), Maastricht, Nottingham, Oslo, Oxford (twice), Paris Sciences Po, Sheffield, Southampton, Surrey, UCL (twice), Ulster, Warwick, York.
• Member of the IMISCOE Committee for the Award of the Annual Maria Ioannis Baganha Prize for the best PhD thesis on a topic related to European migration, 2012 ongoing.
RESEARCH AWARDS

Recipient of approximately 30 research grants, totalling circa £1.8 million, from a variety of sources (Economic and Social Research Council, Leverhulme Trust, Nuffield Foundation, Trinity College Trust, Arts and Humanities Research Council, HEFCE, EU etc). The main ones have been:

• £23,000 from ESRC (joint with Dr A J Strachan) for research on return migration to southern Italy, 1980–82
• £15,000 from Trinity College Trust for research into contemporary Irish migration, 1987–90
• £117,000 from ESRC (joint with Prof A M Warnes and Prof A M Williams) for research on international retirement migration from Britain to southern Europe, 1995–97
• £116,000 from Leverhulme Trust (joint with Dr G Lazaridis) for research on Albanian migration to Italy and Greece, 2001–03
• £222,000 from Department for International Development (joint with Prof. R Black) for research on transnational migration, return and development in West Africa, 2001–03
• £23,000 from Oxfam for research on Albanian migration to the UK and poverty alleviation in Albania, 2002–03
• £114,000 from Nuffield Foundation for Career Development Fellowship for Dr Michael Collyer, 2002–05.
• £95,000 from HEFCE for the International Student Mobility Study (joint with Prof. Allan Findlay), 2003–04.
• c£200,000 from the EU for Sussex participation in Network of Excellence on International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe (IMISCOE), 2004–09.
• £7,500 from Nuffield Foundation for research into immigration in Slovenia, Malta and Cyprus (joint with Mark Thomson), 2005.
• £336,500 from the AHRC Diasporas, Migration and Identities programme for research on second-generation ‘return’ migration to Greece and Cyprus (joint with Prof. Ivor Goodson), 2007–09.
• £200,000 from Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills for research into the motivations and experience of UK students to study abroad (joint with Prof. Allan Findlay), 2008–09.
• $55,000 from UN INSTRAW (Institute for Training and Research into the Advancement of Women) for research into gender and remittances in Albania (joint with Julie Vullnetari), 2008–09.
• £16,700 from HEFCE for International Student Mobility Literature and Statistical Review (joint with Prof. Allan Findlay), 2010.
• £174,000 from Leverhulme Trust for research into Everyday Life in Communist Albania, 2010¬¬–2014.
• €225,000 from the EU for Sussex partnership in the Horizon 2020 grant YMOBILITY (‘Youth Mobility: Maximising Opportunities for Individuals, Labour Markets and Regions in Europe’); total grant €2.45 million, 2015–18 (PI of Sussex team; project leader Prof. Armando Montanari, La Sapienza University, Rome, Italy).
• €236,750 from the EU for Sussex partnership in the Horizon 2020 grant TRAFIG (‘Transnational Figurations of Displacement: Connectivity and Mobility as Solutions to Protracted Refugee Situations’); total grant €3.1 million, 2019-21 (Part of Sussex team, Sussex PI Prof. Nuno Ferreira; Project leader Dr. Benjamin Etzold, BICC, Bonn, Germany).
• €201,440 from the EU for Sussex partnership in the Horizon 2020 grant MIRNet (‘Twinning for Excellence in Migration and Integration Research and Networking’); total grant €800,000, 2019-22 (PI of Sussex team; project leader Prof. Raivo Vetik, Tallinn University, Estonia).



RESEARCH STUDENTS SUPERVISED: THESES COMPLETED

At Leicester University

• Stephen Burton: Land Fragmentation and Consolidation: An Evaluative Study on Cyprus. PhD in Geography, 1983; ESRC Linked Award studentship in Land Reform Studies (sole supervisor).
• Laurence Took: Land Tenure, Migration and Social Change in an Italian Province. MPhil in Geography, 1984; ESRC Linked Award studentship in Land Tenure Studies (sole supervisor).
• Alun Jones: The Role of Institutions in Agricultural Despecialisation in Hérault (France). PhD in Geography, 1986; University of Leicester Research Scholarship (joint supervisor).

At Trinity College Dublin

• Fiona McGrath: Achill Island, Co. Mayo: A Case-Study of Return Migration. PhD in Geography, 1990; Trinity Postgraduate Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Ian Shuttleworth: Irish Graduate Migration in the 1980s: A Case-Study of Core–Periphery Relations in the Mobility of Qualified Manpower. PhD in Geography, 1991; Trinity Postgraduate Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Guy Patterson: From Milocca to Milena: Sixty Years of Rural Change in Central Sicily. PhD in Geography, 1991; Trinity Postgraduate Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Brian Reynolds: Casalattico: A Unique Yet Classic Case of Emigration and Return Migration. MLitt in Geography, 1991; Italian Government Scholarship (sole supervisor).
• Henrietta O’Connor: Women Abroad: The Life Experiences of Irish Women in Leicester. MLitt in Geography, 1993; Trinity Postgraduate Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Virginia Chipperfield: Maps in the Media: A Study of Irish and British Newspapers. PhD in Geography, 1993; Trinity Postgraduate Studentship (sole supervisor).

At the University of Sussex

• Etáin Watson: The Changing Role of Women in Rural Sardinia. MPhil in Contemporary European Studies, 1994; University of Sussex Research Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Melanie Knights: Migration in the New World Order: The Case of Bangladeshi Migration to Rome. DPhil in Geography, 1996; University of Sussex Studentship and Leverhulme Study Abroad Studentship (sole supervisor).
• Theodoros Iosifides: Recent Foreign Immigration and the Labour Market in Athens. DPhil in Geography, 1997; self-funded (sole supervisor).
• Sarah Batterbury: Top-Down Meets Bottom-Up: Institutional Performance and the Evaluation of the European Union’s Small and Medium Sized Enterprise Policies in Sardinia and Galicia. DPhil in Geography, 1998; University of Sussex Teaching Assistantship in Geography (joint supervisor).
• Mariagiulia Grassilli: Representations of Diversity and Cultural Participation: Performances of Multiculturalism in Bologna and Barcelona. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2002; ESRC Studentship in Multidisciplinary Studies (joint supervisor).
• Ayman Zohry: Rural-to-Urban Labour Migration: A Study of Upper Egyptian Labourers in Cairo. DPhil in Geography, 2002; self-funded (sole supervisor).
• Nicola Mai: Between Losing and Finding Oneself: The Role of Italian Television in the Albanian Immigration to Italy. DPhil in Media and Cultural Studies, 2002; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Elisabetta Zontini: Family Formation and Gendered Migrations in Bologna and Barcelona: A Comparative Ethnographic Study. DPhil in Contemporary European Studies, 2002; ESRC Studentship in Area Studies (sole supervisor).
• Savina Ammassari: International Migration and Return of Élites to Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. DPhil in Development Studies, 2003; ESRC Studentship in Development Studies (joint supervisor).
• Anastasia Christou: Narratives of Place, Culture and Identity: Second-Generation Greek-Americans Return ‘Home’. DPhil in Geography, 2003; Marie Curie Doctoral Fellowship (sole supervisor).
• Pontus Odmalm: Political Participation and the Role of Migrant Organisations in Sweden and the Netherlands. DPhil in Comparative Politics, 2004; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Panos Hatziprokopiou: Globalisation, Migration and Socio-Economic Change in Contemporary Greece: Processes of Social Incorporation of Albanian and Bulgarian Immigrants in Thessaloniki. DPhil in Contemporary European Studies, 2005; ESRC Studentship in Area Studies (sole supervisor).
• Ilias Meintanis: The Europeanisation of Immigration Policies: The Case of Greece. DPhil in Contemporary European Studies, 2005; University of Sussex Teaching Assistantship in European Studies (joint supervisor).
• Mirela Dalipaj: Albanian Migration to the UK: A Hidden Migration? MPhil in Migration Studies, 2005; Oxfam-funded (sole supervisor).
• Louise Payne: Fortress Ireland: Immigrants, Refugees, Asylum-Seekers and Racism in Dublin. MPhil in Human Geography, 2006; ESRC Studentship in Human Geography (sole supervisor).
• Myriam Cherti: Paradoxes of Social Capital: A Multi-Generational Study of Moroccans in London. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2006; Teaching Assistantship in Geography (sole supervisor).
• Nikos Gogonas: Second-Generation Albanian and Egyptian Students in Greek Secondary Education: A Study in Ethnolinguistic Vitality. DPhil in Linguistics, 2007; Greek Ministry of Education scholarship (joint supervisor).
• João Sardinha: Immigrant Associations and the Integration of Foreigners in Portugal. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2007; Gulbenkian scholarship (sole supervisor).
• Nayla Moukarbel: Sri Lankan Housemaids in Lebanon: Symbolic Violence and Everyday Resistance. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2007; self-funded (sole supervisor).
• Julie Vullnetari: The Dynamics between Internal and International Migration: A Development-Oriented Ethnographic Study in Albania. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2008; ESRC Studentship in Migration Studies (sole supervisor).
• Lena Näre: Managing Households, Making Homes – A Moral Economy of Migrant and Domestic Care Work in Naples. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2008; Sanomat Foundation Scholarship, Finland (joint supervisor).
• Irene Naluwembe Binaisa: Ugandan Migrants in Britain: Negotiating Spaces of ‘Home’ and ‘Belonging’. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2009; Sussex University Postgraduate Bursary (joint supervisor).
• Ozge Aktas: Social Capital and Integration among Migrants of Istanbul. DPhil in Sociology, 2009; Turkish University Scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Janine Teerling: The ‘Return’ of British-Born Cypriots to Cyprus: A Narrative Ethnography. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2010; AHRC Studentship in Cultural Geography (main supervisor).
• Zana Vathi: The Children of Albanian Migrants in Europe: Ethnic Identity, Transnational Ties and Pathways to Integration. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2011; Marie Curie Doctoral Fellowship (main supervisor).
• Francesca Conti: Leaving or Staying – An Analysis of Italian Graduates’ Migratory Patterns. DPhil in Sociology, 2011; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Diana Mata-Codesal: Material and Social Remittances in Highland Ecuador. DPhil in Migration Studies, 2011; Basque Government Scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Giuseppe Scotto: The Political Participation of Migrants: A Study of the Italian Communities in London. PhD in Migration Studies, 2012; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Dorothea Mueller: Middling Transnationalism and Translocal Lives: Young Germans in the UK. PhD in Migration Studies, 2012; Geography Department Teaching Studentship (joint supervisor).
• Maria Abranches: The Route of the Land’s Roots: Connecting Lifeworlds between Guinea-Bissau and Portugal through Food-Related Meanings and Practices. PhD in Anthropology, 2013; Portuguese Government Scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Gunjan Sondhi: Gendering International Student Mobility: An Indian Case-Study. PhD in Migration Studies, 2013; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Jade Cemre Erciyes: Return Migration to the Caucasus: The Adyge-Abkhaz Diaspora, Transnationalism and Life after Return. PhD in Migration Studies, 2014; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Eveline Odermatt: Migrants in Development: A Multi-Perspective Analysis of the Participation of Moldovan Migrant Associations in Development Initiatives. PhD in Migration Studies, 2016; Swiss National Science Foundation scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Marlon Bristol: Exploring the Potential Development Consequences and Impact of Return Migration to Guyana. PhD in Migration Studies, 2017; self-funded (joint supervisor).
• Dora Sampaio: Ageing ‘On the Edge’: Later-Life Migrants in the Azores. PhD in Geography, 2017; Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) Scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Rachele Bezzini: Boundary-Making in an Immigrant Social Space: Albanian-Italian and Albanian-Romanian Couples in Italy. PhD in Migration Studies, 2017; Luigi Einaudi Foundation Scholarship (joint supervisor).
• Jill Ahrens: Imagined Futures: The Onward Migration of Nigerians in Europe. PhD in Geography, 2017; Marie Curie Doctoral Mobility Fellowship (joint supervisor).
• Lorena Guzman Elizalde: Return to Mexico: Exploring the (Re)Integration Experience. PhD in Migration Studies, 2017; Mexican Government Scholarship (main supervisor).
• Joniada Barjaba: Exploring Transnational Entrepreneurship among Albanian Migrants and Returnees. PhD in Migration Studies, 2018; self-funded (main supervisor).
• Md Farid Miah: Visiting Friends and Relatives (VFR): A Multi-Sited Study of Mobilities between Bangladesh and London. PhD in Human Geography, 2019; self-funded (main supervisor).

At Malmö University

• Brigitte Suter: Tales of Transit: Sub-Saharan African Migrants’ Experiences in Istanbul. PhD in International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Malmö and Linköping Universities, 2012; Willy Brandt Doctoral Studentship (joint supervisor).
• Ingrid Jerve Ramsøy: Expectations and Experiences of Exchange: Migrancy in the Global Market of Care between Spain and Bolivia. PhD in International Migration and Ethnic Relations, Malmö Universiaty, 2019; Willy Brandt Doctoral Studentship (joint supervisor).

At the University of Latvia

• Aija Lulle: Time-Space of Possibilities: Translocal Geographies of Latvians in Guernsey. PhD in Human Geography, 2014; European Social Fund Scholarship (external supervisor).

At Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy

• Sabina Maslova: Transnational Living of High-Skilled International Migrants: Spatialities and Housing Practices of Expatriates in Moscow and London. PhD in Urban Studies, 2019; GSSI Scholarship (external supervisor).



MAIN TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

I have taught the following courses as sole or main contributor:

At the University of Leicester

• Introduction to Statistics (Year 1)
• Introduction to Cartography (Year 1)
• Spatial Analysis (Year 2)
• Agricultural Geography (Year 2)
• Map Studies (Year 3)
• Western Europe (Year 3)

At Trinity College Dublin

• Introduction to Geography (Year 1)
• Western Europe (Years 3/4)

At the University of Sussex

• Research Design in Geography (Year 2)
• Issues in Geography (Year 3)
• Contemporary European Migration (Years 3/4)
• Migration in Europe (MA CES)
• Southern Europe: Environment, Development, Society (MA CES)
• Theories and Typologies of Migration (MA Migration Studies)
• Methods in Migration Research Workshop (MA)
• Questionnaire Design and Interviewing (MSc Social Research Methods)
• Europe and International Migration (Year 2)
• Cultures across Space and Time (Year 1)
• Understanding Global Migration (Year 2)



OTHER TEACHING EXPERIENCE

• Leader of Student Field Trips to Sicily (five times), to Southern Spain (three times), to Majorca (once), and to Basilicata (once)
• Open University Summer Schools on Human Geography and Introductory Social Science (annually, 1971–77)
• Contributions to Open University course development and television programmes
• ERASMUS intensive courses for students from various European universities (including teaching in French)
• ERASMUS lecturing at universities in Italy (including teaching in Italian)
• Postgraduate international summer school teaching, Amsterdam, 2004
• Postgraduate ‘master-class’ modules on migration, Universities of Linköping, Almería and Maastricht, 2009; Almería, 2010; Malmö and Linköping, 2012; University of Latvia, Riga, 2013; University of Antwerp, 2014; Rotterdam University, 2015.
• Lectures to PhD summer school in Advanced Migration Studies, Danube University Krems, Austria, 2018.


KEYNOTE LECTURES SINCE 2014 (SELECTED)

• ‘New Migration Dynamics on the Southern Periphery of Europe’, Conference on
Contemporary Portuguese Migration, University of Lisbon, 12–13 March 2014.
• ‘Geography–Migration–Albania’, EUROGEO: Conference of European Geographers,
University of Malta, 14–15 May 2014.
• ‘International Student Migration: Some Cross-Cultural and Gender Comparisons’,
International Conference on Transnational Academic Space, Bielefeld University, 27
March 2015.
• ‘Research on Migration: Facing Realities and Maximising Opportunities’, Conference on
Understanding and Tackling the Migration Challenge: The Role of Research, European
Commission, Brussels, 4–5 February 2016.
• ‘The European System and the Economic Crisis’, XVI International Congress on
Migration: Migrations and Strategies to Face the Crisis, University of Almería, 10–12
March 2016.
• ‘Migration, Mobility, Transnationalism and Diaspora: Geographers’ Contributions to the
Four Keywords of Human Migration’, 1st International Conference on Geographies of
Migration and Mobility (MigMob), Loughborough University, 18–20 July 2016.
• ‘Exploring the Ageing–Migration Nexus: Latvian Older Women in Europe’, International Workshop on Research on Ageing Migrants in Europe – Current State and Future Directions, University of Mainz, 3 November 2016 (joint keynote with Aija Lulle).
• ‘Return Migration and Development: Theoretical Perspectives, and Insights from the Albanian Experience’, 2nd Annual Conference of the Western Balkans Migration Network, Sarajevo, 19–20 May 2017.
• ‘And Then Came Brexit: Experiences and Plans of Young EU Migrants in the London Region’, EU Migrants Network Conference on Intra-EU Migration in the Shadow of Brexit, Kingston University, 5 July 2017.
• ‘What Can Brexit Tell Us About Migration?’ Conference on Social and Economic Aspects of Migration, University of Malta, 4 September 2017.
• ‘What Can Diaspora Do To Support Local Development? Mapping the Field and Examples of International Good Practice’, Conference on Migration, Diaspora and Development in Albania and the Western Balkans, Tirana, 27–28 October 2017.
• ‘And Then Came Brexit: Experiences and Plans of Young EU Migrants in the London Region’, Workshop on Migration and Inequalities, Hong Kong Baptist University, 8 December 2017.
• ‘And Then Came Brexit: EU Migrant Youth in London’, Conference on ‘The Migration–Politics Nexus in Today’s Europe’, Ca’ Foscari University Venice, 18 December 2017.
• ‘Brexit and Mobility: Between Connection, Disruption and Affect’, Public Lecture, SWPS University Interdisciplinary Doctoral School, and Centre for Migration Research, University of Warsaw, 16 March 2018.
• ‘Brexit as an Event of Rupture in Young EU Migrants’ Plans for the Future’. Conference on ‘Migration at Work: Opportunities, Imaginaries and Structures of Mobility’, University of Antwerp, 19–20 April 2018.
• ‘Fragmented and Fluid Mobilities: The Role of Onward Migration in the New Map of Europe and the Balkans’, 3rd Annual Conference of the Western Balkans Migration Network, Zagreb, 25–26 May 2018.
• ‘Unpacking the Ageing–Migration Nexus’, Workshop on ‘Ageing across Borders: Care, Generations, Citizenship’, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen, 23–24 October 2018.
• ‘Necessarily Resilient: Young EU Migrants in Brexiting Britain’. 10th International Conference on Population Geographies, Loughborough University, 1-3 July 2019.
• ‘Migration, Mobility, Transnationalism and Diaspora: The Four Keywords of Human Migration’, Public Lecture, University of Tallinn, 11 October 2019.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

• Migration, especially contemporary international migration within and into Europe, Irish migration, and new migrations in Southern Europe and the Balkans
• Land tenure and its influence on rural socio-economic behaviour
• Regional development, especially in Europe; particular interest in Italy and Albania, and in Mediterranean regions
• Maps, especially as used in the media
• Islands, especially in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic regions
• Teaching and assessment in higher education
• Student mobility and international student migration
BOOKS, AUTHORED

King, R. (1973) Land Reform: The Italian Experience. London: Butterworths, pp. xiv + 258.
King, R. (1973) Sicily. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, pp. 208.
King. R. (1975) Sardinia. Newton Abbot: David and Charles, pp. 216
King, R. (1977) Land Reform: A World Survey. London: Bell, pp. xvi + 446.
Clout, H., Blacksell, M., King, R. and Pinder, D. (1985) Western Europe: Geographical Perspectives. London: Longman, pp. xii + 193. Second edition 1989, pp. xii + 224. Third edition 1994, pp. xiii + 251.
King, R. (1985) The Industrial Geography of Italy. London: Croom Helm, pp. xv + 332. Republished, Routledge Library Editions in Economic Geography, 2015.
King, R. (1987) Italy. London: Harper and Row, pp. xi + 222.
King, R., Warnes, T. and Williams, A (2000) Sunset Lives: British Retirement Migration to the Mediterranean. Oxford: Berg, pp. xiii + 235.
King, R., Mai, N. and Dalipaj, M. (2003) Exploding the Migration Myths. London: The Fabian Society and Oxfam, pp. vi + 111.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2008) Out of Albania: From Crisis Migration to Social Inclusion in Italy. New York: Berghahn, pp. xii + 281. Paperback edition, 2011.
King, R., Black, R., Collyer, M., Fielding, A. and Skeldon, R. (2010) The Atlas of Human Migration: Global Patterns of People on the Move. London: Earthscan (American edition entitled People on the Move: An Atlas of Migration. Berkeley: University of California Press), pp. 128.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2011) Remittances, Gender and Development: Albania’s Society and Economy in Transition. London: I.B. Tauris, pp. xiv + 232.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2014) Counter-Diaspora: The Greek Second Generation Returns ‘Home’. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, pp. xiii+295.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2016) Research on Migration: Facing Realities and Maximising Opportunities. A Policy Review. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, pp. 156.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2016) Ageing, Gender, and Labour Migration. Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot, pp. vii+139.

BOOKS, EDITED

King, R., ed. (1982) Geography and Marxism (edited translation from original by Massimo Quaini). Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 204.
King, R., ed. (1983) Italy: A Geographical Introduction (edited translation from original by Jacques Bethemont and Jean Pelletier). London: Longman, pp. xii + 222.
King, R., ed. (1985) Geographical Futures. Sheffield: The Geographical Association, pp. 128.
King, R., ed. (1986) Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. vii + 296. Republished, Routledge Library Editions in Economic Geography, 2015.
King, R., ed. (1991) Contemporary Irish Migration. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 6, pp. vi + 121.
King, R., ed. (1993) Ireland, Europe and the Single Market. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 8, pp. vii + 136.
King, R., ed. (1993) Mass Migrations in Europe: the Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. xvi + 334. Paperback edition, Chichester: Wiley, 1995.
King, R., ed. (1993) The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. xiv + 263.
King, R., Connell, J. and White, P., eds. (1995) Writing Across Worlds: Literature and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. xvii + 284.
Gentileschi, M.L. and King, R., eds (1996) Questioni di Popolazione in Europa: una Prospettiva Geografica. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 271.
King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. (1997) The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. xvi + 315.
King, R. and Black, R., eds. (1997) Southern Europe and the New Immigrations. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. viii + 210.
King, R. and Connell, J., eds. (1999) Small Worlds, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. x + 324.
King, R., Lazaridis, G. and Tsardanidis, C., eds. (2000) Eldorado or Fortress? Migration in Southern Europe. London: Macmillan, pp. xiv + 351.
King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. (2001) Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. xii + 292.
King, R., ed. (2001) The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press (Liverpool Studies in European Regional Cultures 9), pp. x + 307.
King, R. and Wood, N., eds. (2001) Media and Migration: Constructions of Mobility and Difference. London: Routledge, pp. x + 192.
King, R., Mai, N. and Schwandner-Sievers, S. eds (2005) The New Albanian Migration. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. vii + 214.
King, R. ed. (2007) The History of Human Migration. London: New Holland, pp. 192 (American edition entitled Atlas of Human Migration. Buffalo: Firefly).
King, R., Christou, A. and Levitt, P. eds (2014) Links to the Diasporic Homeland: Second Generation and Ancestral ‘Return’ Mobilities. London: Routledge, pp. viii + 155 (originally published as a special issue of Mobilities, 2011).
King, R., Povrzanovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. eds (2017) Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region. London: Routledge, pp. xi + 185 (originally published as a special issue of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 2013).
Vathi, Z. and King, R. eds (2017) Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing: Discourses, Policy-Making and Outcomes for Migrants and their Families. London: Routledge, pp. xvi + 283.
King, R. and Oruc, N. eds (2020) Migration in the Western Balkans: What Do We Know? London: Routledge, pp. vii+122 (originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 2019).

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

King, R. (1975) 'Italy', in Clout, H., ed. Regional Development in Western Europe. London: Wiley, pp. 81–112. Second edition 1981, pp. 119–149. Third edition 1987, pp. 129–163.
King, R. (1976) 'Long-range migration patterns in the EEC: an Italian case-study', in Lee, R. and Ogden, P.E., eds. Economy and Society in the EEC: Spatial Perspectives. Westmead: Saxon House, pp. 108–125.
King, R. (1978) 'Lavoro e residenza degli immigrati italiani in Gran Bretagna', in Valussi, G., ed. Italiani in Movimento. Pordenone: Grafiche Editoriali Artistiche Pordenonesi, pp. 177–185.
King, R. (1982) 'Marxist and radical geographical literature in English: an introduction', in Quaini, M., Geography and Marxism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, pp. 175–200.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1984) 'Return migration and the development of the Mezzogiorno', in Kubat, D., ed. The Politics of Return. Rome: Centro Studi Emigrazione, pp. 79–86.
King, R. (1984) 'Population movement: emigration, return migration and internal migration', in Williams, A.M., ed. Southern Europe Transformed. New York: Harper and Row, pp. 145–178.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Trono, A. (1985) 'Return migration and rural economic change: a south Italian case study', in Hudson, R. and Lewis, J., eds. Uneven Development in Southern Europe. London: Methuen, pp. 101–122.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Viganola, M.T. (1985) 'Back to Bernalda: the dynamics of return migration in a south Italian agro-town', in White, P. and van der Knaap, B., eds. Migration: Contemporary Geographical Perspectives. Norwich: Geo Books, pp. 155–171.
King, R. (1986) 'Return migration and regional economic development: an overview', in King, R., ed. Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. 1–37.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1986) 'Gastarbeiter go home: return migration and economic change in the Italian Mezzogiorno', in King, R., ed. Return Migration and Regional Economic Problems. London: Croom Helm, pp. 38–68.
King, R. (1986) 'Italy', in Findlay, A.M. and White, P.E., eds. Western European Population Change. London: Croom Helm, pp. 163–186.
King, R. (1988) 'Italy: multi-faceted tourism', in Williams, A.M. and Shaw, G., eds. Tourism and Economic Development: Western European Experiences. London: Belhaven, pp. 58–79. Second edition 1991, pp. 61–83.
King, R. (1989) 'Geography in education: the recent British experience', in Alexander, R.W. and Gillmor, D.A., eds. Geography in Education in the Republic of Ireland. Dublin: Geographical Society of Ireland Special Publication No. 4, pp. 82–98.
King, R., McGrath, F. and Shuttleworth, I. (1990) 'Exportartikel: Menschen Emigration und Brain Drain', in Steinecke, A., ed. Irland. Leer: Mundo Verlag, pp. 95–102.
King, R. (1990) 'The social and economic geography of labour migration: from guestworkers to immigrants', in Pinder, D.A., ed. Western Europe: Challenge and Change. London: Belhaven, pp. 162–178.
King, R. (1991) 'Core–periphery in the structure of regional economies', in Le Développement Régional Rural en Europe. Caen: Publications du Centre de Recherches sur l'Evolution de la Vie Rurale, Vol. 14, pp. 15–30.
King, R. (1991) 'Migration as a problem in regional rural development', in Le Développement Régional Rural en Europe. Caen: Publications du Centre de Recherches sur l'Evolution de la Vie Rurale, Vol. 14, pp. 37–50.
King, R. (1992) 'The heterogeneity of rural Europe: posing the strategic issues', in O Cinnéide, M. and Cuddy, M., eds. Perspectives on Rural Development in Advanced Economies. Galway: Centre for Development Studies and Social Sciences Research Centre, University College Galway, pp. 37–50.
King, R. and Öberg, S. (1993) 'Europe and the future of mass migration', in King, R., ed. Mass Migrations in Europe: The Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. 1–4.
King, R. (1993) 'European international migration 1945–1990: a statistical and geographical overview', in King, R., ed. Mass Migrations in Europe: The Legacy and the Future. London: Belhaven, pp. 19–39.
King, R. (1993) 'Why do people migrate? The geography of departure', in King, R., ed. The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. 17–46.
King, R. and Rybaczuk, K. (1993) 'Southern Europe and the international division of labour: from emigration to immigration', in King, R., ed. The New Geography of European Migrations. London: Belhaven, pp. 175–206.
King, R. (1993) 'The geographical fascination of islands', in Lockhart, D., Drakakis-Smith, D. and Schembri J., eds. The Development Process in Small Island States. London: Routledge, pp. 13–37.
King, R. (1994) 'Carlo Levi e il vero Mezzogiorno: un saggio sul paesaggio e sui problemi della Basilicata negli anni 30', in Quaini, M., ed. Il Paesaggio tra Fattualità e Finzione. Bari: Cacucci, pp. 67–101.
King, R. (1994) 'Migration and the Single Market for labour: an issue in regional development', in Blacksell, M. and Williams, A.M., eds. The European Challenge: Geography and Development in the European Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 218–241.
King, R. and Knights, M. (1994) 'Bangladeshis in Rome: a case of migratory opportunism', in Gould, W.T.S. and Findlay, A.M., eds. Population, Mobility and the Changing World Order. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 127–143.
King, R. (1994) 'Emigration', in O'Loughlin, J., ed. Southern European Studies Guide. London: Bowker Saur, pp. 152–172.
King, R. and MacLaran, A. (1994) 'Irlanda, area periferica della Comunità Europea', in Santoro Lezzi, C. and Trono, A., eds. Prospettive Regionali del Mercato Unico. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 179–197.
King, R. (1994) 'Geografia social e económica das migraçôes de trabalho', in Pinder, D., ed. Europa Ocidental: Desafios e Mudanças. Oeras: Celta Editora, pp. 211–233.
King, R. (1995) 'Geografia sociale ed economica delle migrazioni di lavoro: da lavoratori ospiti ad immigrati', in Pinder, D., ed. Europa Occidentale: Sfide e Cambiamenti. Turin: Giappichelli Editore, pp. 279–304.
King, R. (1995) 'Migration, globalization and place', in Massey, D. and Jess, P., eds. A Place in the World? Places, Culture and Globalization. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 5–44.
King, R. (1995) 'Tourism, labour and international migration', in Montanari, A. and Williams, A.M., eds. European Tourism: Regions, Spaces and Restructuring. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 177–190.
King, R. (1996) 'Migration in a world historical perspective', in van den Broeck, J., ed. The Economics of Labour Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 7–75.
King, R., Shuttleworth, I. and Walsh, J. (1996) 'Ireland: the human resource warehouse of Europe', in Rees, P., Stillwell, J., Convey, A. and Kupiszewski, M., eds. Population Migration in the European Union. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 207–229.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1996) 'Little Ireland in Italy: Casalattico and the migration link to Dublin', in Gentileschi, M.L. and King, R., eds. Questioni di Popolazione in Europa: una Prospettiva Geografica. Bologna: Pàtron, pp. 23–37.
King, R. (1996) 'I caratteri distintivi dell'emigrazione italiana nelle Isole Britanniche', in Battisti, G. and Nodari, P., eds. Atti del Convegno di Studi in Onore di Giorgio Valussi, Vol.2.,Trieste: Università degli Studi di Trieste, pp. 179–200.
King, R. and Konjhodzic, I. (1996) 'Labour, employment and migration in Southern Europe', in Van Oudenaren, J., ed. Employment, Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb. Santa Monica CA: RAND, pp. 7–106.
King, R. (1997) 'Restructuring and socio-spatial mobility in Europe: the role of international migrants', in Blotevogel, H.H. and Fielding, A.J., eds. People, Jobs and Mobility in the New Europe. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 91–119.
King, R. (1997) 'Introduction: an essay on Mediterraneanism', in King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. 1–11.
King, R. (1997) 'Population growth: an avoidable crisis?' in King, R., Proudfoot, L. and Smith, B., eds. The Mediterranean: Environment and Society. London: Arnold, pp. 164–180.
King, R., Fielding, A. and Black, R. (1997) 'The international migration turnaround in Southern Europe', in King, R. and Black, R., eds. Southern Europe and the New Immigrations. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–25.
King, R. (1997) 'Basilicata anglofona', in Viganoni, L., ed. Lo Sviluppo Possibile: Basilicata oltre il Sud. Naples: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, pp. 443–458.
King, R. (1998) ‘Towards a pattern of immigration into Southern Europe’, in Anderson, M. and Bort, E. eds. Schengen and the Southern Frontier of the European Union. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, International Social Sciences Institute, pp. 115–140.
King, R. (1998) 'The Mediterranean: Europe's Rio Grande', in Anderson, M. and Bort, E., eds. The Frontiers of Europe. London: Pinter, pp. 109–134.
King, R. (1998) 'From guestworkers to immigrants: labour migration from the Mediterranean periphery', in Pinder, D., ed. The New Europe: Economy, Society and Environment. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 263–279.
King, R. (1998) 'Post-oil crisis, post-Communism: new geographies of international migration', in Pinder, D., ed. The New Europe: Economy, Society and Environment. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 281–304.
King, R. and Montanari, A. (1998) ‘Italy: diversified tourism’, in Williams, A.M. and Shaw, G., eds. Tourism and Economic Development: European Experiences. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 75–100.
King, R. and Donati, M. (1999) ‘The “divided” Mediterranean: re-defining European relationships’, in Hudson, R. and Williams, A.M., eds. Divided Europe: Society and Territory. London: Sage, pp. 132–162.
King, R. (1999) ‘Islands and migration’, in Biagini, E. and Hoyle, B., eds. Insularity and Development: International Perspectives on Islands. London: Pinter, pp. 93–115.
Connell, J. and King, R. (1999) ‘Island migration in a changing world’, in King, R. and Connell, J., eds. Small Words, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. 1–26.
Lazaridis, G., Poyago-Theotoky, J. and King, R. (1999) ‘Islands as havens for retirement migration: finding a place in sunny Corfu’, in King, R. and Connell, J. eds. Small Worlds, Global Lives: Islands and Migration. London: Pinter, pp. 297–320.
King, R. and Rodríguez-Melguizo, I. (1999) ‘Recent immigration to Spain: the case of Moroccans in Catalonia’, in Anthias, F. and Lazaridis, G., eds. Into the Margins: Migration and Social Exclusion in Southern Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 55–82.
King, R. (2000) ‘Southern Europe in the changing global map of migration’, in King, R., Lazaridis, G. and Tsardanidis, C., eds. Eldorado or Fortress? Migration in Southern Europe. London: Macmillan, pp. 1–26.
King, R. (2000) ‘Generalizations from the history of return migration’, in Ghosh, B., ed. Return Migration: Journey of Hope or Despair? Geneva: United Nations and the International Organization for Migration, pp. 7–55.
King, R., Cori, B. and Vallega, A. (2001) 'Unity, diversity and the challenge of sustainable development in the Mediterranean', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–17.
Dunford, M. and King, R. (2001) 'Mediterranean economic geography', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 28–60.
King, R. and Kolodny, E. (2001) ‘Marginal or nodal? Towards a geography of Mediterranean islands', in King, R., De Mas, P. and Mansvelt Beck, J., eds. Geography, Environment and Development in the Mediterranean. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 237–60.
King, R. (2001) ‘The troubled passage: migration and cultural encounters in southern Europe’, in King, R., ed. The Mediterranean Passage: Migration and New Cultural Encounters in Southern Europe. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, pp. 1–21.
Wood, N. and King, R. (2001) ‘Media and migration: an overview’, in King, R. and Wood, N., eds. Media and Migration: Constructions of Mobility and Difference. London: Routledge, pp. 1–22.
King, R. and Scarpa, F. (2001) ‘Exiles in paradise: l’insediamento di pensionati britannici nella Toscana rurale’, in Bianchetti, A. and Pascolini, M., eds. Studi in Ricordo di Guido Barbina, Vol. 1. Terre e Uomini: Geografie Incrociate. Udine: Forum, pp. 289–310.
King, R. (2003) ‘International student migration in Europe and the institutionalisation of identity as “Young Europeans”’, in Doomernik, J. and Knippenberg, H., eds. Migration and Immigrants: Between Policy and Reality. Essays in Honour of Hans van Amersfoort. Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers, pp. 155–179.
King, R. (2004) ‘What mass migration means for older people left behind: notes from the field in Albania’, in Warnes, T. (ed.) Older Migrants in Europe. Sheffield: Sheffield Institute for Studies on Ageing and European Science Foundation, pp. 66–70.
Williams, A.M., King, R. and Warnes, A.M. (2004) ‘British second homes in Southern Europe: shifting nodes in the scapes and flows of migration and tourism’, in Hall, C.M. and Müller, D.K. (eds) Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes: Between Elite Landscape and Common Ground. Clevedon: Channel View Publications, pp. 97–112.
Barjaba, K. and King, R. (2005) ‘Introducing and theorising Albanian migration’, in King, R., Mai, N. and Schwandner-Sievers, S. (eds) The New Albanian Migration. Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, pp. 1–28.
King, R. and Thomson, M. (2005) ‘An equitable approach to migration’, in Fabian Globalisation Group: Just World. London: Zed Books, pp. 125–131.
King, R. and Ribas-Mateos, N. (2005) ‘Migração internacional e globalização no Mediterrâneo: o «modelo do Sul da Europa»’, in Barreto, A. (ed.) Globalização e Migraçãoes. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Estudos e Investigações 38, pp. 191–221.
Warnes, A.M., King, R. and Williams, A.M. (2005) ‘Migraciones a España tras la jubilación’, in Rodríguez, V., Casado Díaz, M.A. and Huber, A. (eds) La Migración de Europeos Retirados en España. Madrid: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Colleción Politeya 23, pp.46–67.
King, R., Thomson, M., Fielding, T. and Warnes, T. (2006) ‘Time, generations and gender in migration and settlement’, in Penninx, R., Berger, M. and Kraal, K. (eds) The Dynamics of International Migration and Settlement in Europe. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 233–267.
King, R. (2007) ‘Introduction’, in King, R. (ed.) The History of Human Migration. London: New Holland, pp. 7–13 (American edition entitled Atlas of Human Migration. Buffalo: Firefly).
King, R. (2010) ‘Geography and diasporas’, in Iorio, M. and Sistu, G. (eds) Dove Finisce il Mare: Scritti per Maria Luisa Gentileschi. Cagliari: Sandhi, pp. 195–212.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2010) ‘Movements between Europe and America: Greek migration to the United States’, in Knott, K. and McLoughlin, S. (eds) Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections. London: Zed Books, pp. 181¬¬–186.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2010) ‘Diaspora, migration and transnationalism: insights from the study of second-generation “returnees”’, in Bauböck, R. and Faist, T. (eds) Diaspora and Transnationalism: Concepts, Theories and Methods. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 167¬¬–183.
King, R. (2010) ‘A geografia, as ilhas e as migrações numa era de mobilidade global’, in Fonseca, M.L. (ed.) Aproximando Mundos. Emigração, Imigração e Desenvoltimento em Espaços Insulares. Lisbon: Fundação Luso-Americana, pp. 27¬¬–62.
King, R. (2012) ‘Sunset migration’, in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. (eds) An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 279–302.
King, R. and Findlay, A.M. (2012) ‘Student migration’, in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. (eds) An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 257–278.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ahrens, J. and Geddes, A. (2013) ‘British students in the United States: motivations, experiences and career aspirations’, in Alberts, H.C. and Hazen, H.D. (eds) International Students and Scholars in the United States. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 25–45.
King, R. and Suter, B. (2013) ‘Internationell migration: teorier, typologier och processer’, in Petersson, B. and Johansson, C. (eds) IMER Idag. Stockholm: Liber, pp. 26–64.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2014) ‘“Women here are like at the time of Enver [Hoxha] …”: socialist and post-socialist gendered mobility in Albanian society’, in Burrell, K. and Hörschelmann, K. (eds) Mobilities in Socialist and Post-Socialist States: Societies on the Move. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 122–147.
King, R. (2015) ‘Migation and Southern Europe – a center–periphery dynamic?’ in Baumeister, M. and Sala, R. (eds) Southern Europe? Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece from the 1950s to the Present Day. Frankfurt and New York: Campus, pp. 139–169.
King, R. and Collyer, M. (2016) ‘The migration and development framework and its links to integration’, in Garcés-Mascareñas, B. and Penninx, R. (ed.) Integration Processes and Policies in Europe. Cham: Springer, pp. 167–188.
King, R. (2016) ‘Internal and international migrations within Europe’, in Riccio, B. (ed.) From Internal to Transnational Mobilities. Bologna: Emil, pp. 83–100.
King, R. (2016) ‘Many ageings, multiple migrations, and ambiguous homes’, in Walsh, K. and Näre, L. (eds) Transnational Migration and Home in Older Age. London: Routledge, pp. 239–252.
King, R. and Kılınç, N. (2016) ‘The counter-diasporic migration of Turkish-Germans to Turkey: gendered narratives of home and belonging’, in Nadler, R., Kovaćs, Z., Glorius, B. and Lang, T. (eds) Return Migration and Regional Development: Changing Migration Patterns in the EU after Eastward Enlargement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 167–194.
Findlay, A., King, R. and Stam, A. (2016) ‘Producing international student migration: an exploration of the role of marketization in shaping international study opportunities’, in van Riemsdijk, M. and Wang, Q. (eds) Rethinking Skilled Migration: A Place-Based and Spatial Perspective. New York: Routledge, pp. 19–35.
King, R., Vullnetari, J., Lulle, A. and Cela, E. (2016) ‘Contrasts in ageing and agency in family migratory contexts: a comparison of Albanian and Latvian older migrants’, in Kilkey, M. and Palenga-Möllenbeck, E. (eds) Family Life in an Age of Migration and Mobility: Global Perspectives through the Life Course. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 261–286.
King, R. (2017) ‘Exploring the multiple complexities of the return migration-psychosocial wellbeing nexus’, in Vathi, Z. and King, R. (eds) Return Migration and Psychosocial Wellbeing: Discourses, Policy-Making and Outcomes for Migrants and their Families. London: Routledge, pp. 257–273.
Miah, Md. F. and King, R. (2018) ‘Memoryscapes of the homeland by two generations of British-Bangladeshis’, in Marschall, S. (ed.) Memory, Tourism and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. 213–233.
Kılınç, N. and King, R. (2018) ‘Translocal narratives of memory, place and belonging: second-generation Turkish-Germans’ home-making upon “return” to Turkey’, in Marschall, S. (ed.) Memory, Tourism and Migration. London: Routledge, pp. 234–255.
King, R. (2018) ‘Context-based qualitative research and multi-sited migration studies in Europe’, in Zapata Barrero, R. and Yalaz, E. (eds) Handbook of Qualitative Research in European Migration Studies. Cham: Springer, pp. 35–56.
King, R. (2019) ‘A geographer’s perspective on migration, identity and space’, in Linhard, T. and Parsons, T. (eds) Mapping Migration, Identity, and Space. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 331–356.
King, R. (2019) ‘From Cadiz to Nicosia: more narratives for the Mediterranean city’, in Afouxenidis, A., Gialis, S., Iosifides, T. and Kourliouros, E. (eds) Geographies in a Liquid Epoch: Critical Essays on Space, Society and Culture in Honour of Lila Leontidou. Athens: Propobos, pp. 99–109.
King, R. (2019) ‘New migration dynamics on the south-western periphery of Europe: theoretical reflections on the Portuguese case’, in Azevedo, J. and Pereira, C. (eds) New and Old Routes of Portuguese Emigration: Uncertain Futures at the Periphery of Europe. Cham: Springer, pp. 267–281.
Kılınç, N. and King, R. (2019) ‘Translocal “return”, social change and the value of transcultural capital: second-generation Turkish-Germans in Antalya’, in Anghel, R.G., Fauser, M. and Boccagni, P. (eds) Transnational Return and Social Change: Social Hierarchies, Ideas and Social Identities. London: Anthem Press, pp. 159–177.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2020) ‘Ageing, migration, and development’, in Bastia, T. and Skeldon, R. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development. London: Routledge, pp. 211–220.


OTHER CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS

King, R. and Patterson, G. (1991) 'Charlotte Gower Chapman', in Winters, C., ed. International Dictionary of Anthropologists. New York: Garland, pp. 105–106.
King, R and Knights, M. (1993) 'Italy', in Encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago: Britannica Inc., Vol. 22, pp. 165–187.
Vujakovic, P. and King, R. (1994) 'Conventional projections of the world', in Unwin, T., ed. Atlas of World Development. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 2–3.
King, R. (2011) ‘Migration’, in Gray, F., ed. Making the Future: A History of the University of Sussex. Brighton: University of Sussex, pp. 283–285.
King, R. (2014) ‘Ageing and migration’, in Anderson, B. and Keith, M. (eds) Migration: The COMPAS Anthology. Oxford: COMPAS, pp. 106–108.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2017) ‘Regno Unito: la Brexit fermerà le migrazioni?’ in Dossier Statistico Immigrazione. Rome: IDOS, pp. 64–67.


OCCASIONAL PAPERS, RESEARCH PAPERS, WORKING PAPERS, DISCUSSION PAPERS, REPORTS etc.

King, R. (1970) Land Reform in Italy: A Geographical Evaluation. London School of Economics, Graduate School of Geography, Discussion Paper No. 39, pp. 18.
King, R. (1971) The 'Questione Meridionale' in Italy. University of Durham, Department of Geography, Research Paper No. 11, pp. vi + 73.
King, R. and Stevens, J.H. (1973) A Bibliography of Oman 1900–1970. University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Occasional Paper No. 2, pp. ii + 14.
Stevens, J.H. and King, R. (1973) A Bibliography of Saudi Arabia. University of Durham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Occasional Paper No. 3, pp. vi + 81.
King, R. (1974) A Study of Methods of Assessment in Geography Departments in British Universities. University of Leicester, Department of Geography (Report to the Vice-Chancellor’s Committee on Teaching Methods), pp. 143.
King, R. (1978) The Island of Salina: A Background Study. University of Leicester, Department of Geography (Report for the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Project on Small Island Ecosystems), pp. 35.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1978) Analysis of the Process of Return Migration: Case Study of Qala. University of Malta and University of Leicester (UNESCO Gozo Project Working Paper), pp. 41.
King, R. (1978) The Geography of Third World Development: A Review of Journal Literature. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 8, pp. 57.
King, R. (1978) 'A peripheral region within a peripheral region: Sardinia, the Mezzogiorno and the mechanics of labour migration', in Problems of the Peripheral Regions of the EEC. University of Glasgow, Department of Geography, Occasional Paper No. 1, pp. 10–27.
King, R. (1980) The Maltese Migration Cycle: Perspectives on Return. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 13, pp. 78.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1981) An Introduction to the Geography of Land Fragmentation and Consolidation. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 8, pp. 39.
Strachan, A.J. and King, R. (1982) Emigration and Return Migration in Southern Italy: A Multivariate, Cluster and Map Analysis. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 9, pp. 21.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1983) Return Migration: A Review of the Literature. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 19, pp. 74.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1983) Return Migration: A Sourcebook of Evaluative Abstracts. Oxford Polytechnic Discussion Papers in Geography, No. 20, pp. 131.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Trono, A. (1985) Economic and Gender Aspects of Return Migration to the Italian Salento. Leicester University Geography Department, Occasional Paper No. 12, pp. 31.
King, R. (1988) Il Ritorno in Patria: Return Migration to Italy in Historical Perspective. University of Durham, Department of Geography, Occasional Papers (New Series), No. 23, pp. 151.
King, R. (1990) Visions of the World and the Language of Maps. University of Dublin, Department of Geography, Trinity Papers in Geography No. 1, pp. 42.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1990) A Sicilian Village in the Fascist Era: Milocca Revisited. University of Dublin, Department of Geography, Trinity Papers in Geography No. 2, pp. 24.
Gillmore, D. and King, R. (1991) 'Europe in the teaching of geography in the Republic of Ireland', in De Vecchis, G., ed. The Teaching of Geography in a Changing Europe. Rome: Libera Università Maria SS Assunta, Pubblicazioni della Cattedra di Geografia, Fasc. 2, pp. 23–43.
King, R. (1992) Patterns of Italian Migrant Labour: The Historical and Geographical Background. University of Bristol, Centre for Mediterranean Studies, Occasional Paper No. 4, pp. 35.
Serrano Martínez, J.M. and King, R. (1994) Urban Systems and Regional Organisation in Spain. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 12, pp. 61.
King, R. and Konjhodzic, I. (1995) Labour Markets, Employment and Migration in Southern Europe. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 19, pp. 82.
King, R. (1996) Research in Geography at Sussex: A Guide for Prospective Research Students and Visiting Scholars. University of Sussex, Geography Subject Group, pp. 32.
King, R. (1996) A Celebration of Migration. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 25, pp. 31.
Tubito, M. and King, R. (1996) Italians in Peterborough: Between Integration, Encapsulation and Return. University of Sussex, Research Papers in Geography No. 27, pp. 25.
Black, R., King, R. and Tiemoko, R. (2003) Migration, Return and Small Enterprise Development in Ghana: A Route out of Poverty? University of Sussex, Migration Working Paper No. 9, pp. 23.
Black, R., Fielding, A., King, R. and Tiemoko, R. (2003) Longitudinal Studies: An Insight into Current Studies and the Social and Economic Outcomes for Migrants. University of Sussex, Migration Working Paper No. 14, pp. 32.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2003) Migration and Development in Albania. University of Sussex, Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty Working Paper No. C5, pp. 63.
Ruiz-Gelices, E., King, R. and Findlay, A. (2003) International Student Mobility Study: Annotated Bibliography. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 101.
Findlay, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2003) International Student Mobility Study: Study 1. New Directions in UK International Student Mobility: A Preliminary Typology and Review of Data Sources. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 52.
King, R., Ruiz-Gelices, E. and Findlay, A. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Study 2. Exploring the Diversity of UK International Student Mobility. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 41.
Findlay, A., Stam, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Study 3. UK International Student Mobility: Perspectives of Students, Academics and Mobility Managers. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 139.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ruiz-Gelices, E. and Stam, A. (2004) International Student Mobility Study: Final Report. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 41 (published electronically by HEFCE, Issues Paper 30 at: www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce/2004/04_30/).
King, R., Thomson, M., Fielding, T. and Warnes, T. (2004) Gender, Age and Generations: State of the Art Report. Amsterdam: IMISCOE Working Paper No. 8, pp. 96.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2008) Cultural Geographies of Counter-Diasporic Migration: The Second Generation Returns ‘Home’. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 45, pp. 30.
King, R., Thomson, M., Mai, N. and Keles, Y. (2008) ‘Turks’ in London: Shades of Invisibility and the Shifting Relevance of Policy in the Migration Process. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 51, pp. 24.
King, R., Skeldon, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2008) Internal and International Migration: Bridging the Theoretical Divide. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 52, pp. 49.
King, R., Dunne, M., Ahrens, J. and Skeldon, R. (2009) Motivations and Experiences of UK Students to Study Abroad. Report on UK School-Leavers’ Plans to Study Abroad. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, pp. 55.
King, R., Christou, A. and Teerling, J. (2009) Idyllic Times and Spaces? Memories of Childhood Visits to the Parental Homeland by Second-Generation Greeks and Cypriots. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 56, pp. 27.
Finlay, A.M. and King, R. (2010) Motivations and Experiences of UK Students Studying Abroad. London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, BIS Research Paper No. 8, pp. ii + 73.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J (2010) Gender and Remittances in Albania: Or Why ‘Are Women Better Remitters than Men?’ is not the Right Question. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 58, pp. 33.
King, R., Findlay, A.M. and Ahrens, J. (2010) International Student Mobility Literature Review. London: HEFCE, pp. 54.
Ahrens, J., King, R., Skeldon, R. and Dunne, M. (2010) Motivations of UK Students to study Abroad: A Survey of School-Leavers. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 64, pp. 36.
King, R., Christou, A. and Ahrens, J. (2010) From First-Generation Guestworkers to Second-Generation Transnationalists: Greek-Germans Engage with the ‘Homeland’. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 65, pp. 33.
Mata-Codesal, D., King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) Of Corridors and Dyads: Unpacking the Family Dynamics of Remittance Transfers to Albania and Ecuador. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 66, pp. 36.
Teerling, J. and King, R. (2011) Cyprus as a Multi-Diasporic Space. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 67, pp. 35.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2012) Transnational Space: Territory, Mobility and Technology. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 2/12, pp. 36.
King, R. (2012) Theories and Typologies of Migration: An Overview and a Primer. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 3/12, pp. 43.
King, R. and Conti, F. (2013) Bridging the Divide: The Gap Between the Study of Internal and International Migration, with an Italian Example. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 1/13, pp. 51.
King, R. and Kılınc, N. (2013) ‘Euro-Turks’ Return: The Counterdiasporic Migration of German-Born Turks to Turkey. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 2/13, pp. 60.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) Interrelationships between Gender, Care and Migration: Albania during and after Communism. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 3/13, pp. 39.
King, R., Lulle, A., Mueller, D. and Vathi, Z. (2013) Visiting Friends and Relatives and its Links with International Migration: A Three-Way Comparison of Migrants in the UK. Malmö University, Willy Brandt Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations 4/13, pp. 61.
King, R., Lulle, A., Conti, F., Mueller, D. and Scotto, G. (2014) The Lure of London: A Comparative Study of Recent Graduate Migration from Germany, Italy and Latvia. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 75, pp. 39.
King, R., Lulle, A., Parutis, V. and Saar, M. (2015) Young Baltic Graduates Living and Working in London: From Peripheral Region to Escalator Region in Europe. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 82, pp. 27.
King, R. and Sondhi, G. (2016) Gendering International Student Migration: A Comparison of UK and Indian Students’ Motivations and Experiences of Studying Abroad. University of Sussex: Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 84, pp. 30.
King, R., Lulle, A., Moroşanu, L. and Williams, A. (2016) International Youth Mobility and Life Transitions in Europe: Questions, Definitions, Typologies and Theoretical Approaches. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 86, pp. 61.
Pratsinakis, M., Hatziprokopiou, P. and King, R. (2017) Beyond Migration Binaries and Linear Transitions: The Complexification of Greece’s Migratory Landscape at Times of Crisis. University of Sussex, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, Working Paper No. 92, pp. 25.
Gedeshi, I. and King, R. (2018) Research Study into Brain Gain: Reversing Brain Drain with the Albanian Scientific Diaspora. Tirana: UNDP, pp. 63.
Gedeshi, I and King, R. (2018) New Trends in Potential Migration from Albania. Tirana: Center for Economic and Social Studies and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, pp. 88; Albanian-language version published in Diaspora Shqiptare, Vol. 1, 2019, pp. 285–365.
Etzold, B., Belloni, M., King, R., Kraler, A. and Pastore, F. (2019) Transnational Figurations of Displacement: Conceptualising Protracted Displacement and Translocal Connectivity through a Process-Oriented Perspective. Bonn: BICC, TRAFIG Working Paper 1, pp. 41.


GUEST-EDITED SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS

King, R. (ed.) (1981) Games and Simulations in Geography Teaching, in Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(2), pp. 111–143.
King, R. (ed.) (1985) European Migration: The Last Ten Years, in Geography, 70(2), pp. 151–182.
King, R. (ed.) (1996) The Geopolitics of International Migration in Europe, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 21(1), pp. 62–123.
King, R. (ed.) (1998) International Retirement Migration in Europe, in International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 87–200.
King, R. (ed.) (1999) The Italian Experience of Immigration, in Modern Italy, 4(2), pp. 133–257.
King, R. (ed.) (2002) Migration into Southern Europe: New Trends and New Patterns, in Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 1–229.
Black, R. and King, R. (eds) (2004) Transnational Migration, Return and Development in West Africa, in Population, Space and Place, 10(2), pp. 75–174.
Fonseca, M.L. and King, R. (eds) (2004) Migration in the Mediterranean Basin: Bridges and Margins, in Finisterra: Revista Portuguesa de Geografia, 39(77), pp. 1–156.
King, R. ed. (2005) New Perspectives on Albanian Migration and Development, in Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 133–277.
King, R. and Mai, N. (eds) (2009) Love, Sexuality and Migration, in Mobilities, 4(3), pp. 295–445.
King, R., Vullnetari, J. and Gedeshi, I. (eds) (2009) Migration and Development in Albania and Kosovo, in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 9(4), pp. 385–588.
Piracha, M. and King, R. (eds) (2010) Migration and Development in Transition Economies of Southeastern Europe: Albania and Kosovo, in Eastern European Economics, 48(6), pp. 1-85.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (eds) (2011) Twenty Years of Albanian Migration, in Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 13(3), pp. 269–¬¬¬356.
King, R., Christou, A. and Levitt, P. (eds) (2011) Links to the Diasporic Homeland: Second-Generation and Ancestral ‘Return’ Mobilities, in Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 451–600.
King, R. and Christou, A. (eds) (2011) ‘Mediterranean Homelands’: Transnational Ties and Return Migration of the Mediterranean-Origin Second Generation, in Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 183–415.
Smith, D.P. and King, R. (eds) (2012) Re-Making Migration Theory: Transitions, Intersections and Cross-Fertilisations, in Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 127–224.
King, R. and Raghuram, P. (eds) (2013) International Student Migration, in Population, Space and Place, 19(2), pp. 127–222.
King, R., Povrzanovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. (eds) (2013) Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region, in Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 13(2), pp. 125–301.
King, R. and DeBono, D. (eds) (2013) Southern Europe and Irregular Migration, in Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 22(1), pp. 1–190.
King, R. and Olsson, E. (eds) (2014) Diasporic Return, in Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 255–384.
King, R. and Collyer, M. (eds) (2016) Geographical Perspectives on the European ‘Migration and Refugee Crisis’, in Human Geography, 9(2), pp. 1–112.
King, R. and Williams, A.M. (eds) (2018) New European Youth Mobilities, in Population, Space and Place, 24(1), six papers.
Sampaio, D., King, R. and Walsh, K. (eds) (2018) Geographies of the Ageing–Migration Nexus, in Area, 50(4), pp. 440–500.
King, R. and Oruc, N. (eds) (2019) Migration in the Western Balkans: What Do We Know? in Journal of Balkan and Near-Eastern Studies, 21(1), pp. 1–119.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (eds) (2019) Youth Mobility and Well-Being, in Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 151–255.
King, R. (ed.) (2019) Crisis, Return and Onward Migration: Balkan Case Studies, in Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 135–221.
Pratsinakis, M. and King, R. (eds) (2020) Intra-EU Mobilities in Times of Crisis, in International Migration, 58(1), pp. 5–165.


PAPERS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

King, R. (1970) 'Structural and geographical problems of South Italian agriculture', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 24(2), pp. 83–95.
King, R. (1970) 'Land reform in Apulia-Lucania-Molise', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 24(3), pp. 149–159.
King, R. (1971) 'Land reform: some theoretical considerations', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 25(1), pp. 85–97.
King, R. (1971) 'The human factor in agricultural development: a case-study from Sardinia', Professional Geographer, 23(3), pp. 204–208.
King, R. (1971) 'Development problems in a Mediterranean environment: history and evaluation of agricultural development schemes in Sardinia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 62(3), pp. 171–179.
King, R. (1971) 'Italian land reform: critique, effects, evaluation', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 62(6), pp. 368–382.
King, R. (1972) 'The Pilgrimage to Mecca: some historical and geographical considerations', Erdkunde, 26(1), pp. 61–73.
Blake, G.H. and King, R. (1972) 'The Hijaz Railway and the Pilgrimage to Mecca', Asian Affairs, 59(3), pp. 317–325.
King, R. (1974) 'Some spatial and environmental aspects of conflict resolution: livestock theft in Sardinia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 65(6), pp. 407–413.
King, R. (1975) 'Geographical perspectives on the evolution of the Sicilian Mafia', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 66(1), pp. 21–34.
King, R. (1975) 'Ottana: an attempt to bring industry to Sardinia's shepherd-bandits', Geography, 60(3), pp. 218–222.
King, R. (1975) 'Examinations in university geography departments examined', Area, 7(4), pp. 237–246.
King, R. (1976) 'Student views on assessment in geography', Assessment in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 4–15.
King, R. (1976) 'Innovations in assessment in Arts and Social Science subjects', Assessment in Higher Education, 1(3), pp. 5–30.
King, R. (1976) 'Data on student performance under different forms of assessment', Assessment in Higher Education, 2(1), pp. 31–45.
King, R. (1976) 'Assessment in geography: approaches to the formulation of objectives', Studies in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 223–232.
King, R. (1976) 'The evolution of international labour movements concerning the EEC', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 67(2), pp. 66–82.
King, R. (1977) 'Recent industrialisation in Sardinia: rebirth or neocolonialism?' Erdkunde, 31(2), pp. 87–102.
King, R. (1977) 'Italian migration to Great Britain', Geography, 62(3), pp.176–186.
King, R. and King, P.D. (1977) 'The spatial evolution of the Italian community in Bedford', East Midland Geographer, 6(7), pp. 337–345.
King, R. (1977) 'Problems of return migration: a case-study of Italians returning from Britain', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 68(4), pp. 241–246.
King, R. (1978) 'Work and residence patterns of Italian immigrants in Great Britian', International Migration, 26(2), pp. 74–82.
King, R. (1978) 'Return migration: a neglected aspect of population geography', Area, 10(3), pp.175–182. Reprinted in Robinson, V. ed. (1996) Geography and Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 357–364.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1978) 'Sicilian agro-towns', Erdkunde, 32(2), pp. 110–123.
King, R. (1978) 'The changing role of Malta's dockyards', Geography, 63(4), pp. 363–366.
King, R. (1979) 'A systems analysis of emigration from the island of Gozo', Studi Emigrazione, 16(53), pp. 43–72.
King, R. (1979) 'The Maltese migration cycle: an archival survey', Area, 11(3), pp. 245–249.
King, R. (1979) 'Postwar migration patterns and problems in Malta with special reference to return migration', European Demographic Information Bulletin, 10(3), pp. 108–128.
King, R. (1979) 'Recent developments in the political and economic geography of Malta', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 70(5), pp. 258–271.
King, R. and Young, S.E. (1979) 'The Aeolian Islands: birth and death of a human landscape', Erdkunde, 33(3), pp. 193–204.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'Spatial variations in Sicilian migration: a stepwise multiple regression analysis', Mediterranean Studies, 2(1), pp. 60–87.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'Patterns of Sardinian migration', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 71(4), pp. 209–222.
King, R. and Strachan, A.J. (1980) 'The effects of return migration on a Gozitan village', Human Organization, 39(2), pp. 175–179.
King, R. (1980) 'Land consolidation in Cyprus', Geography, 65(4), pp. 320–324.
King, R. (1981) 'How shall they be judged? Notes and sources on assessment', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(1), pp. 61–72.
King, R. and Ladbury, S. (1982) 'The cultural reconstruction of political reality: Greek and Turkish Cyprus since 1974', Anthropological Quarterly, 55(1), pp. 1–16.
King, R. and Bridal, J. (1982) 'The changing distribution of Cypriots in London', Studi Emigrazione, 19(65), pp. 93–120.
King, R. (1982) 'On geography, cartography and the fourth language', Geographical Research Forum, 5, pp. 42–56.
King, R. (1982) 'Southern Europe: dependency or development?' Geography, 67(3), pp. 221–234.
Burton, S.P. and King, R. (1982) 'Land fragmentation and consolidation in Cyprus', Agricultural Administration, 11(3), pp. 183–200.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1982) 'Land fragmentation: notes on a fundamental rural spatial problem', Progress in Human Geography, 6(4), pp. 475–494.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1983) 'Structural change in agriculture: the geography of land consolidation', Progress in Human Geography, 7(4), pp. 471–501.
King, R. and Took, L.J. (1983) 'Land tenure and rural social change: the Italian case', Erdkunde, 37(3), pp. 186–193.
King, R., Mortimer, J. and Strachan, A.J. (1984) 'Return migration and tertiary development: a Calabrian case-study', Anthropological Quarterly, 57(3), pp. 112–124.
King, R., Strachan, A.J., Mortimer, J. and Viganola, M.T. (1985) 'Emigrazione di ritorno e sviluppo di un comune rurale in Basilicata', Studi Emigrazione, 22(78), pp. 162–198.
King, R., Strachan, A.J. and Mortimer, J. (1985) 'The urban dimension of European return migration: the case of Bari, southern Italy', Urban Studies, 22(3), pp. 219–235.
King, R. (1985) 'Italian migration: the clotting of the haemorrhage', Geography, 70(2), pp. 171–175.
King, R. (1987) 'Regional government: the Italian experience', Government and Policy, 5(3), pp. 327–346.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1988) 'Mapping the geography of ignorance', Geographical Viewpoint, 16, pp. 73–80.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1988) 'Ireland's new wave of emigration in the 1980s', Irish Geography, 21(2), pp. 104–108.
King, R. and Ladbury, S. (1988) 'Settlement renaming in Turkish Cyprus', Geography, 73(4), pp. 363–367.
King, R. (1988) 'Carlo Levi, Aliano and the rural Mezzogiorno in the 1930s: an interpretative essay', Journal of Rural Studies, 4(4), pp. 307–321.
King, R. (1989) 'Geography in the school curriculum: a battle won but not yet over', Area, 21(2), pp. 127–136.
King, R. and Burton, S.P. (1989) 'Land ownership values and rural structural change in Cyprus', Journal of Rural Studies, 5(3), pp. 267–277.
King, R. (1989) 'The three Italies: recent changes in the regional economic geography of Italy', Geographical Viewpoint, 17, pp. 5–23.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1989) ' The movement of Irish school-leavers into British higher education: a potential brain-drain?' Geographical Viewpoint, 17, pp. 75–85.
King, R., Shuttleworth, I. and Strachan, A.J. (1989) 'The Irish in Coventry: the social geography of a relict community', Irish Geography, 22(2), pp. 64–78.
King, R. and Killingbeck, J. (1990) 'Agricultural and land use change in central Basilicata: from Carlo Levi to the Comunità Montana, Land Use Policy, 7(1), pp. 7–26.
King, R. (1990) 'The Mediterranean: an environment at risk', Geographical Viewpoint, 18, pp. 5–31.
King, R. and Chipperfield, V. (1990) 'Maps in newspapers: the cases of the San Francisco earthquake and the Berlin Wall', Geographical Viewpoint, 18, pp. 93–104.
King, R. and Chipperfield, V. (1990) 'Newspaper weather maps: a survey of British and Irish newspapers', Bulletin of the Society of University Cartographers, 24(1), pp. 5–15.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1990) 'Italiani in Irlanda: note storico-geografiche', Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana, 127(10–12), pp. 509–529.
King, R. (1992) 'Italy: from sick man to rich man of Europe', Geography, 77(2), pp. 153–169.
King, R. and Arbucke, L. (1992) 'A note on the Irish in Rome', Irish Geography, 25(2), pp. 188–194.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1992) 'Emigrants, returnees and non-migrants: Achill Islanders at home and abroad', Studi Emigrazione, 29(106), pp. 241–261.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1992) 'From Milocca to Milena: the geo-anthropology of rural settlement change in central Sicily', Papeles de Geografía, 18, pp. 129–158.
King, R. (1993) 'Italy reaches zero population growth', Geography, 78(1), pp. 63–69.
Champion, T. and King, R. (1993) 'New trends in international migration in Europe', Geographical Viewpoint, 21, pp. 45–56.
King, R. (1993) 'Recent immigration to Italy: character, causes and consequences', GeoJournal, 30(3), pp. 283–292.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1994) 'Casalattico, Dublin and the fish and chip connection: a classic example of chain migration', Studi Emigrazione, 31(115), pp. 398–426.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1995) 'The emigration and employment of Irish graduates: the export of high-quality labour from the periphery of Europe', European Urban and Regional Studies, 2(1), pp. 21–40.
King, R. and Shuttleworth, I. (1995) 'Education, identity and migration: the case of young highly-educated Irish emigrants', Studi Emigrazione, 32(117), pp. 159–176.
King, R. (1996) 'Migration and development in the Mediterranean region', Geography, 81(1), pp. 3–14.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1996) 'Casalattico: storia migratoria e trasformazioni geografiche di un comune della Val di Comino', Geografia, 19(1–2), pp. 5–66.
Blotevogel, H.H. and King, R. (1996) 'European economic restructuring: demographic responses and feedbacks', European Urban and Regional Studies, 3(2), pp. 133–159.
Fakiolas, R. and King, R. (1996) 'Emigration, return, immigration: a review and evaluation of Greece's postwar experience of international migration', International Journal of Population Geography, 2(2), pp. 171–190.
King, R. and O'Connor, H. (1996) 'Migration and gender: Irish women in Leicester', Geography, 81(4), pp. 311–325.
Iosifides, T. and King, R. (1996) 'Recent immigration to southern Europe: the socio-economic and labour market contexts', Journal of Area Studies, 9, pp. 70–94.
Williams, A.M., King, R. and Warnes, T. (1997) 'A place in the sun: international retirement migration from northern to southern Europe', European Urban and Regional Studies, 4(2), pp. 115–134
King, R., Iosifides, T. and Myrivili, L. (1998) 'A migrant's story: from Albania to Athens', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 24(1), pp. 159–175.
King, R., Warnes, A.M. and Williams, A.M. (1998) 'International retirement migration in Europe', International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 91–111.
King, R. and Patterson, G. (1998) 'Diverse paths: the elderly British in Tuscany', International Journal of Population Geography, 4(2), pp. 157–182.
Knights, M. and King, R. (1998) ‘The geography of Bangladeshi migration to Rome’, International Journal of Population Geography, 4(4), pp. 299–321.
Iosifides, T. and King, R. (1998) ‘Socio-spatial dynamics and exclusion of three immigrant groups in the Athens conurbation’, South European Society and Politics, 3(3), pp. 205–229.
King, R. and Andall, J. (1999) ‘The geography and economic sociology of recent immigration to Italy’, Modern Italy, 4(2), pp. 135–158.
Warnes, A.M., King, R., Williams, A.M. and Patterson, G. (l999) 'The well-being of British expatriate retirees in southern Europe', Ageing and Society, 19(6), pp. 717–740.
Williams, A.M., King, R., Warnes, A.M. and Patterson, G. (2000) 'Tourism and international retirement migration: new forms of an old relationship in southern Europe', Tourism Geographies, 2(1), pp. 28–49.
King, R. and Zontini, E. (2000) 'The role of gender in the South European immigration model', Papers: Revista de Sociologia, 60, pp. 35–52.
King, R. (2002) ‘Towards a new map of European migration’, International Journal of Population Geography, 8(2), pp. 89–106. Reprinted in Martiniello, M. and Rath, J. eds (2010) Selected Studies in International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 111–140.
King, R. and Ribas-Mateos, N. (2002) ‘Towards a diversity of migratory types and contexts in Southern Europe’, Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 5–26.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2002) ‘Of myths and mirrors: interpretations of Albanian migration’, Studi Emigrazione, 39(145), pp. 161–199.
King, R. (2003) ‘Verso una nuova tipologia delle migrazioni europee’, La Critica Sociologica, 143–144, pp. 9–33.
King, R. (2003) ‘Across the sea and over the mountains: documenting Albanian migration’, Scottish Geographical Journal, 119(3), pp. 283–309.
King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2003) ‘International student migration and the European “Year Abroad”: effects on European identity and subsequent migration behaviour’, International Journal of Population Geography, 9(3), pp. 229–252.
King, R. (2004) ‘Albania: interrelationships between population, poverty, development, internal and international migration’, Méditerrannée, 103(3–4), pp. 37–47.
Black, R. and King, R. (2004) ‘Migration, return and development in West Africa’, Population, Space and Place, 10(2), pp. 75–84.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2004) ‘Albanian migrants in Lecce and Modena: narratives of rejection, survival and integration’, Population, Space and Place, 10(6), pp. 455–477.
Findlay, A.M., Stam, A., King, R. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2005) ‘International opportunities: searching for the meaning of student migration’, Geographica Helvetica, 60(3), pp. 192–200.
King, R. (2005) ‘Albania as a laboratory for the study of migration and development’, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 133–155; republished in Albanian in Perpjekja, 17(26–27), pp. 11–28.
Nikas, C. and King, R. (2005) ‘Economic growth through remittances: lessons from the Greek experience of the 1960s applicable to the Albanian case’, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7(2), pp. 235–257.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2006) 'Orphan pensioners and migrating grandparents: the impact of mass migration on older people in rural Albania', Ageing & Society, 26(5), pp. 783–816.
King, R., Dalipaj, M. and Mai, N. (2006) ‘Gendering migration and remittances: evidence from London and northern Albania’, Population, Space and Place, 12(6), pp. 409–434.
Findlay, A., King, R., Stam, A. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2006) ‘Ever-reluctant Europeans: the changing geographies of UK students studying and working abroad’, European Urban and Regional Studies, 13(4), pp. 291–318.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2006) ‘Migrants encounter migrants in the city: the changing context of 'home' for second-generation Greek-American return migrants’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 30(4), pp. 816–835.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2008) ‘Does your granny eat grass? On mass migration, care drain and the fate of older people in rural Albania’, Global Networks, 8(2), pp. 139–171.
King, R. and Thomson, M. (2008) ‘The Southern European model of immigration: do the cases of Malta, Cyprus and Slovenia fit?’ Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 10(3), pp. 265–291.
King, R., Thomson, M., Mai, N. and Keles, Y. (2008) ‘“Turks” in the UK: problems of definition and the partial relevance of policy’, Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 6(3), pp. 423–434.
King, R. (2009) ‘Geography, islands and migration in an era of global mobility’, Island Studies Journal, 4(1), pp. 53–84.
King, R. and Mai, N. (2009) ‘Italophilia meets Albanophobia: paradoxes of asymmetric assimilation and identity processes among Albanian immigrants in Italy’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 32(1), pp. 117–138.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2009) ‘The intersection of gender and generation in Albanian migration, remittances and transnational care’, Geografiska Annaler B, 91(1), pp. 17–38.
Mai, N. and King, R. (2009) ‘Love, sexuality and migration: mapping the issue(s)’, Mobilities, 4(3), pp. 295–307.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2009) ‘Remittances, return, diaspora: framing the debate in the context of Albania and Kosova’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 9(4), pp. 385–406.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2010) ‘Cultural geographies of counter-diasporic migration: perspectives from the study of second-generation “returnees” to Greece’, Population, Space and Place, 16(2), pp. 103–119.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2010) ‘Imagining “home”: diasporic landscapes of the Greek-German second generation’, Geoforum, 41(4), pp. 638¬¬–646.
King, R. and Skeldon, R. (2010) ‘“Mind the gap”: integrating approaches to internal and international migration’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(10), pp. 1619–1646.
King, R., Piracha, M. and Vullnetari, J. (2010) ‘Migration and development in transition economies of Southeastern Europe’, Eastern European Economics, 48(6), pp. 3–15.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2011) ‘Gendering remittances in Albania: a human and social development perspective’, Gender and Development, 19(1), pp. 39–51.
King, R., Uruçi, E. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) ‘Albanian migration and its effects in comparative perspective’, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 13(3), pp. 269–286.
King, R., Christou, A. and Teerling, J. (2011) ‘“We took a bath with the chickens”: memories of childhood visits to the homeland by second-generation Greek and Greek Cypriot “returnees”’, Global Networks, 11(1), pp. 1–23.
King, R., Findlay, A., Ahrens, J. and Dunne, M. (2011) ‘Reproducing advantage: the perspective of English school-leavers on studying abroad’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 9(2), pp. 161–181.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2011) ‘Of counter-diaspora and reverse transnationalism: “return” mobilities to and from the ancestral homeland’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 451–466.
King, R., Christou, A. and Ahrens, J. (2011) ‘Diverse mobilities: second-generation Greek-Germans engage with the “homeland” as children and as adults’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 483–501.
Vathi, Z. and King, R. (2011) ‘Return visits of the young Albanian second generation in Europe: contrasting themes and comparative host-country perspectives’, Mobilities, 6(4), pp. 503–518.
King, R., Castaldo, A. and Vullnetari, J. (2011) ‘Gendered relations and filial duties along the Greek-Albanian remittance corridor’, Economic Geography, 87(4), pp. 393–419.
King, R. (2011) ‘“Mediterranean homelands”: transnational perspectives on continuing the migratory tradition across generations’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 185–206.
Christou, A. and King, R. (2011) ‘Gendering counter-diasporic migration: second-generation Greek-Americans and Greek-Germans narrate their “homecoming” to Greece’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 20(2), pp. 283–314.
Findlay, A.M., King, R., Smith, F.M., Geddes, A. and Skeldon, R. (2012) ‘World class? An investigation of globalisation, difference and international student mobility’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 37(1), pp. 118–131.
Teerling, J. and King, R. (2012) ‘Of hubs and hinterlands: Cyprus as a space of overlapping diasporas’, Island Studies Journal, 7(1), pp. 19–48.
King, R. (2012) ‘Geography and migration studies: retrospect and prospect’, Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 134–153.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2012) ‘A population on the move: migration and gender relations in Albania’, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5(2), pp. 207–220.
King, R. and Raghuram, P. (2013) ‘International student migration: mapping the field and new research agendas’, Population, Space and Place, 19(2), pp. 127–137.
King, R., Povzranovic Frykman, M. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) ‘Migration, transnationalism and development on the southeastern flank of Europe’, Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, 13(2), pp. 125–140.
King, R., Mata-Codesal, D. and Vullnetari, J. (2013) ‘Migration, development, gender and the “black box” of remittances: comparative findings from Albania and Ecuador’, Comparative Migration Studies, 1(1), pp. 69–96.
King, R. and DeBono, D. (2013) ‘Irregular migration and the “Southern European model” of migration’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 22(1), pp. 1–31.
Vathi, Z. and King, R. (2013) ‘“Have you got the British?” Narratives of migration and settlement among Albanian-origin immigrants in London’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 36(11): 1829–1848.
Olsson, E. and King, R. (2014) ‘Introduction: diasporic return’, Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 255–261.
King, R., Christou, A., Goodson, I. and Teerling, J. (2014) ‘Tales of satisfaction and disillusionment: second-generation “return” migration to Greece and Cyprus’, Diaspora, 17(3), pp. 262–287.
King, R. and Kılınc, N. (2014) ‘Routes to roots: second-generation Turks from Germany “return” to Turkey’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 4(3), pp. 126–133.
King, R., Cela, E., Fokkema, T. and Vullnetari, J. (2014) ‘The migration and wellbeing of the zero generation: transgenerational care, grandparenting and loneliness amongst Albanian older people’, Population, Space and Place, 20(8), pp. 728–738.
Dunne, M., King, R. and Ahrens, J. (2014) ‘Applying to higher education: comparisons of state and independent schools’, Studies in Higher Education, 39 (9), pp. 1649–1667.
King, R. and Christou, A. (2014) ‘Second-generation “return” to Greece: new dynamics of transnationalism and integration’, International Migration, 52(6), pp. 85–99.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2015) ‘Producing transnational space: international migration and the extra-territorial reach of state power’, Progress in Human Geography, 39(2), pp. 185–204.
Conti, F. and King, R. (2015) ‘Of mentalità and raccomandazione: comparing the emigration and internal migration of Italian graduates’, Studi Emigrazione, 52(197), pp. 121–140.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2015) ‘Rhythmic island: Latvian migrants in Guernsey and their enfolded patterns of space-time mobility’, Population, Space and Place, 21(7), pp. 599–611.
Vullnetari, J. and King, R. (2016) ‘“Washing men’s feet”: gender, care and migration in Albania during and after communism’, Gender, Place and Culture, 23(2), pp. 198–215.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2016) ‘Ageing well: the time-spaces of posibility for older female Latvian migrants in the UK’, Social and Cultural Geography, 17(3), pp. 444–462.
King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2016) ‘From shortage economy to second economy: an historical ethnography of rural life in communist Albania’, Journal of Rural Studies, 44, pp. 198–207.
King, R., Lulle, A., Conti, F. and Mueller, D. (2016) ‘Eurocity London: a qualitative comparison of graduate migration from Germany, Italy and Latvia’, Comparative Migration Studies, 4(3), pp. 1–22.
King, R., Lulle, A. and Buzinska, L. (2016) ‘Beyond remittances: knowledge transfer among highly educated Latvian youth abroad’, Sociology of Development, 2(2), pp. 183–203.
Collyer, M. and King, R. (2016) ‘Narrating Europe’s migration and refugee ‘“crisis”’, Human Geography, 9(2), pp. 1–12.
King, R. and Lulle, A. (2016) ‘Grandmothers migrating, working and caring: Latvian women between survival and self-realisation’, Population Horizons, 13(2), pp. 43–54.
King, R., Lulle, A., Sampaio, D. and Vullnetari, J. (2017) ‘Unpacking the ageing-migration nexus and challenging the vulnerability trope’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(2), pp. 182–198.
Sondhi, G. and King, R. (2017) ‘Gendering international student migration: an Indian case-study’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(8), pp. 1308–1324.
Kılınc, N. and King, R. (2017) ‘The quest for a better life: second-generation Turkish-Germans “return” to “paradise”?’ Demographic Research, 36(49), pp. 1491–1514.
King, R. and Williams, A.M. (2018) ‘Editorial introduction: new European youth mobilities’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–9, e2121.
King, R. (2018) ‘Theorising new European youth mobilities’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–12, e2117.
Lulle, A., Moroşanu, L. and King, R. (2018) ‘And then came Brexit: experiences and future plans of young EU migrants in the London region’, Population, Space and Place, 24(1), pp. 1–11, e2122.
King, R., Lulle, A., Parutis, V. and Saar, M. (2018) ‘From peripheral region to escalator region: young Baltic graduates in London’, European Urban and Regional Studies, 25(3), pp. 284–299.
King, R. and Sondhi, G. (2018) ‘International student migration: a comparison of UK and Indian students’ movitations for studying abroad’, Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(2), pp. 176–191.
King, R. (2018) ‘Is migration a form of development aid given by poor to rich countries?’ Journal of Intercultural Studies, 39(2), pp. 114–128.
Sampaio, D., King, R. and Walsh, K. (2018) ‘Geographies of the ageing–migration nexus: an introduction’, Area, 50(4), pp. 440–443.
Mazzilli, C. and King, R. (2018) ‘“What have I done to deserve this?” Young Italian migrants in Britain narrate their reaction to Brexit and plans for the future’, Rivista Geografica Italiana, 125(4), pp. 507–523.
Lulle, A., King, R., Dvorakova, V. and Szkudlarek, A. (2019) ‘Between disruptions and connections: “new” European Union migrants in the United Kingdom before and after Brexit’, Population, Space and Place, 25(1), pp. 1–10, e2200.
King, R. and Oruc, N. (2019) ‘Editorial introduction: migration in the Western Balkans: trends and challenges’, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 21(1), pp. 1–10.
King, R. and Okólski, M. (2019) ‘Diverse, fragile and fragmented: the new map of European migration’, Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 8(1), pp. 9–32.
Moroşanu, L., Bulat, A., Mazzilli, C. and King, R. (2019) ‘Growing up abroad: Italian and Romanian migrants’ partial transitions to adulthood’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42(9), pp. 1554–1573.
Conkova, N., Vullnetari, J., King, R. and Fokkema, T. (2019) ‘“Left like stones in the middle of the road”: narratives of aging alone and coping strategies in rural Albania and Bulgaria’, Journal of Gerontology: Series B, Social Sciences, 74 (8), pp. 1492–1500.
Conkova, N. and King, R. (2019) ‘Non-kin ties as a source of support amongst older adults “left behind” in Poland: a quantitative study on the role of geographic distance’, Ageing and Society, 39(6), pp. 1255–1280.
King, R., Cela, E., Morettini, G. and Fokkema, T. (2019) ‘The Marche: Italy’s new frontier for international retirement migration’, Population, Space and Place, 25(5), pp. 1–12, e2241.
Della Puppa, F. and King, R. (2019) ‘The new “twice migrants”: motivations, experiences and disillusionments of Italian-Bangladeshis relocating to London’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45(11), pp. 1936–1952.
Lulle, A. and King, R. (2019) ‘Youth mobility and well-being: transitions and intersections’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 151–159.
Leon Himmelstine, C. and King, R. (2019) ‘“Healing young hearts”: emotional and psychosocial dimensions of well-being among young-adult Spanish migrants in the London region’, Nordic Journal of Migration Research, 9(2), pp. 161–177.
Sampaio, D. and King, R. (2019) ‘ “It’s not everybody that wants to stay on a remote island”: understanding distinction in the context of lifestyle migrants growing older in the Azores’, Journal of Rural Studies, 72, pp. 186–195.
King, R. and Karamoschou, C. (2019) ‘Fragmented and fluid mobilities: the role of onward migration in the new map of Europe and the Balkans’, Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 141–169.
King, R. and Gëdeshi, I. (2019) ‘New trends in potential migration from Albania: the migration transition postponed’, Migration and Development, DOI: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1608099.
Gëdeshi, I. and King, R. (2019) ‘The Albanian scientific diaspora: can the brain drain be reversed?’ Migration and Development, DOI:10.1080/21632324.2019.1677072.
Moroşanu, L., King, R., Lulle, A. and Pratsinakis, M. (2019) ‘“One improves here every day”: the occupational and learning journeys of “lower-skilled” European migrants in the London region’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2019.1679411.
Augusto, A. and King, R. (2019) ‘“Skilled white bodies”: Portuguese workers in Angola as a case of North-South migration’, Geographical Journal, DOI: 10.1111/geoj.12334.
Maslova, S. and King, R. (2020) ‘Residential trajectories of high-skilled transnational migrants in a global city: exploring the housing choices of Russian and Italian professionals in London’, Cities, 96, pp. 1–9, e102421.
King, R. and Pratsinakis, M. (2020) ‘Exploring the lived experiences of intra-EU mobility in an era of complex economic and political change’, International Migration, 58(1), pp. 5–14.
Pratsinakis, M., King, R., Leon Himmelstine, C. and Mazzilli, C. (2020) ‘A crisis-driven migration? Aspirations and experiences of the post-2008 South European migrants in London’, International Migration, 58(1), pp. 15–30.


REVIEW ARTICLES

King, R. (1973) 'Geographical perspectives on the Green Revolution', Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 64(4), pp. 237–244.
King, R. (1977) 'Human geography course material from the Open University', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1(2), pp. 43–50.
King, R. (1978) 'Problems of contemporary Mediterranean migration', Mediterranean Studies, 1(1), pp. 152–156.
King, R. (1979) 'Return migration: a review of some case-studies from southern Europe', Mediterranean Studies, 1(2), pp. 3–30.
King, R. (1981) 'Who moves, where, why and with what effects?' Progress in Human Geography, 5(2), pp. 287–293.
King, R. (1982) 'Recenti scritti in lingua inglese sulla geografia umana dell'Italia', Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana, 119 (4–9), pp. 411–421.
King, R. (1988) 'Focus on development: a review of the Open University's Third World Studies course', Geography, 73(3), pp. 240–247.
King, R. and Vujakovic, P. (1989) 'Peters Atlas: a new era of cartography or publisher's con-trick? Geography, 74(3), pp. 245–251.
King, R. (1996) 'Of free movement and the fortress: recent books on European migration', West European Politics, 19(1), pp. 176–181.
King, R. (2001) ‘Ants and frogs round a pond: interpretations of Mediterranean historical geography’, Journal of Historical Geography, 27(4), pp. 590–596.
King, R. (2002) ‘Tracking immigration into Italy: ten years of the Immigrazione Dossier Statistico’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 28(1), pp. 173–180.
King, R., Money, J. and Murawska, M. (2011) ‘Twenty years of JEMS: a geographical content analysis’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(9), pp. 1539–1550.
King, R. (2015) ‘Migration comes of age’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38(13), pp. 2366–2372.


OTHER ARTICLES

King, R. (1970) 'Reform for Sardinia's land reform policy', Geographical Magazine, 42(6), pp. 424–431.
King, R. (1971) 'Mediterranean island in torment: Sicily's agricultural and bureaucratic problems', Geographical Magazine, 44(3), pp. 178–184.
King, R. (1971) 'Italian land reform experiences in Sardinia', Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, 8(1), pp. 17–26.
King, R. (1972) 'Cost perspectives on the Italian land reform', Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives, 9(1), pp. 36–42.
King, R. (1973) 'Poverty and banditry: pastoral anarchy in Sardinia', Geographical Magazine, 46(2), pp.127–132.
King, R. (1976) 'Islands of the Wind God: the Aeolian archipelago', Country Life, 159 (4112), pp. 1050–1052.
King, R. (1976) 'How university departments examine their students', Teaching Geography, 2(1), pp. 3–5.
King, R. (1976) 'Alternative approaches to the geography of development', Teaching Geography, 2(2), pp. 81–83.
King, R. (1976) 'Industrial revolution Sardinia-style', Geographical Magazine, 48(12), pp. 728–736.
King, R. (1977) 'Bedford, the Italian connection: immigrants and their homeland', Geographical Magazine, 49(7), pp. 442–449.
King, R. (1978) 'Shifting progress in Portugal's land reform', Geography, 63(2), pp. 118–119.
King, R. (1978) 'Malta builds an independent economy: new industries replace defence', Geographical Magazine, 50(6), pp. 373–380.
King, R. (1979) 'More on assessment', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 3(1), pp. 102–106.
King, R. (1979) 'Regional geography is dead: long live regional geography!' Teaching Geography, 4(3), pp. 109–113.
King, R. (1979) 'EEC: from six to nine to twelve', Geographical Magazine, 51(7), pp. 457–462.
King, R. (1979) 'Italians in Britain: an idiosyncratic immigration', Association of Teachers of Italian Journal, 29, pp. 6–16.
King, R. (1979) 'North from the Attila Line: Turkish part of Cyprus', Geographical Magazine, 52(2), pp. 117–124.
King, R. (1980) 'Cypriot refugees in Cyprus: south of the Attila Line', Geographical Magazine, 52(4), pp. 266–273.
King, R. and Zolli, L. (1981) 'Italians in Leicester', Association of Teachers of Italian Journal, 33, pp. 4–13.
King, R. (1981) 'To play or not to play? An introduction to games and simulations in geography', Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 5(2), pp. 110–112.
King, R. and Gradus, Y. (1981) 'Negev becomes a front-line again: implications of new borders for Israel's desert south', Geographical Magazine, 53(14), pp. 902–909.
King, R. (1984) 'Geography at university: twelve points for sixth-formers to consider', Teaching Geography, 9(2), pp. 75–77.
King, R. (1984) 'Geography: continuity, change and a return to the roots', Geography, 69(1), pp. 1–2.
King, R. (1987) 'All shades of Italy: a country of contrasts', Geographical Magazine, 59(4), pp. 189–196.
King, R. (1987) 'Italy: the lie of the land', Geographical Magazine, 59(12), pp. 597–602.
King, R. (1988) 'Dubai: pearl in a troubled Gulf', Geographical Magazine, 60(1), pp. 26–30.
King, R. (1988) 'Italy: the system is dead – long live the system', Geographical Magazine, 60(3), pp. 19–23.
King. R. (1989) 'Green Europe: the southern sun-trap', Marxism Today, 33(4), pp. 46–47.
King, R., McGrath, F., Shuttleworth, I. and Strachan, A.J. (1990) 'Irish on the move', Geography Review, 3(3), pp. 23–27.
King. R. (1990) 'Rural decline: the Mezzogiorno revisited', Geography Review, 3(5), pp. 7–10.
King, R. (1990) 'On editing Geography: a retrospective view', Geography, 75(2), pp. 135–141.
King, R. (1990) 'Irish studies in Britain', Geonews, 27, pp. 15–19.
King, R. (1990) 'Sulle tracce di Le Lannou: la Sardegna vista da un geografo', Quaderni Bolotanesi, 16, pp. 117–129.
King, R. (1990) 'Geographical insights of the artist', Geographical Magazine, 62(4), pp. 40–41.
King, R. and Killingbeck, J. (1990) 'Carlo Levi: artist and geographer', Geographical Magazine, 62(4), pp. 41–45.
King, R. (1991) 'Europe's metamorphic demographic map', Town and Country Planning, 60(4), pp. 111–113.
King, R. and Reynolds, B. (1992) 'The evolution of the Italian community in Dublin', Tuttitalia, 5, pp. 6–13.
King, R. (1992) 'Regional contrasts in Italy in the National Curriculum', Teaching Geography, 17(3), pp. 99–106.
King, R. and McGrath, F. (1993) 'Achill – the emigration isle', Geographical Magazine, 65(11), pp. 22–25.
King, R. (1993) 'The future of mass migration in Europe', Communications (The Journal of the European Science Foundation), 29, pp. 10–11.
Montanari, A. and King, R. (1994) 'Le migrazioni nell'Europa contemporanea', Le Scienze: edizione italiana di Scientific American, 314, pp. 18–28.
King, R. (1994) '100 years of return migration to Italy', Association for the Study of Modern Italy Newsletter, 25, pp. 11–14.
King, R. (1996) 'The geopolitics of international migration in Europe: an introduction', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 21(1), pp. 62–63.
King, R. (1996) 'Population geography at Sussex', Population Geography Study Group Newsletter, 26, pp. 9–11.
Patterson, G. and King, R. (1996) 'The British in Chiantishire: a long week-end in Surrey?', in Bowler, I.R. (ed) Progress in Research in Rural Geography: Abstracts of Papers from the First Symposium of British and Spanish Rural Geographers. Leicester University: Department of Geography, Occasional Paper 35, pp. 59–60.
King, R. and Tubito, M. (1996) 'The Italian community in Peterborough', Tuttitalia, 14, pp. 13–19.
King, R., Findlay, A., Stam, A. and Ruiz-Gelices, E. (2004) ‘The UK’s changing position in the international exchange of students’, World Views, 16, pp. 6–8.
Smith, D.P. and King, R. (2012) ‘Editorial introduction: re-making migration theory’, Population, Space and Place, 18(2), pp. 127–133.
King, R. and Money, J. (2013) ‘Editorial: signing off’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39(10), pp. 1529–1533.
King, R. and discussants (2015) ‘Journal of Island Studies’: preliminary ideas from 1991 and comments from 2015’, Island Studies Journal, 10(1), pp. 7–14.
King, R. (2019) ‘Editorial: crisis and, return and onward migration: Balkan case studies’, Migracijske i Etničke Teme, 35(2), pp. 135–140.
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