- UPCOMING EVENT: “Migrant Knowledge, Early Modern and Beyond: An Event at the Crossroads,” University of Cambridge, September 15–17, 2019.
- CALL FOR PAPERS: “Environments of Exile: Refugees, Nature, and Representations: Biennial Conference of the North American Society for Exile Studies,” September 18–20, 2020. Proposal deadline: September 30, 2019.
- EXHIBITION: “The Warmth of Other Suns: Stories of Global Displacement,”, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, June 22 – September 22, 2019.
- RECENT EVENTS: Almost all of the conference reports in the Spring 2019 issue of the Bulletin of the German Historical Institute (Washington, DC) relate to migration and knowledge.
- ARTICLE: Sören Urbansky, “A Chinese Plague: Sinophobic Discourses in Vladivostok, San Francisco, and Singapore” in the same issue is not about migrant knowledge per se, but it has implications for past knowledge about three Chinese diasporic communities on the Pacific Rim.
- ARTICLE: Uwe Lübken, “Histories of the Unprecedented: Climate Change, Environmental Transformations, and Displacement in the United States” by Uwe Lübken, Open Library of Humanities 5, no. 1, January 29, 2019.
- REFERENCE: Version 2.0 of Barbara Lüthi, “Migration and History,” Docupedia-Zeitgeschichte July 6, 2018, includes a section on knowledge.
Julie Weise asks how migrants responded to state-driven mandates to control and shape labor migration in the middle decades of the twentieth century.