Migrant Knowledge

#MigKnow Notes 13

Call for Papers: Human Mobility and Cultural Identities through History: Migration, Inspiration, Transformation. May 19–20, 2022, Luiss University, Rome. Deadline: March 30, 2022.

Dissertation grants by the Immigration and Ethnic History Society:

The IEHS presents two awards of $1,000 each to help graduate students with their dissertations on American immigration, emigration, or ethnic history, broadly defined. These awards are intended for students in the process of researching and writing their dissertations and not intended for students completing and defending in Spring 2022.

Deadline: December 31, 2021. See George E. Pozzetta Dissertation Award for further details.

Call for participation in a digital workshop: What is New in the Archaeology of Mobilities? Current Issues, Latest Trends. Event: February 18, 2022. Registration deadline: January 15, 2022.

Podcast: Migrations: A World on the Move at Cornell University is now in its second season.

With each episode, postdoc Eleanor Paynter speaks with experts who highlight how multidisciplinary, multi-species perspectives on migration help us understand key global issues.

Publication:Metaphors of Migration,” ed. Jörn Ahrens and Axel Fliethmann, special issue, On_Culture 10 (Winter 2020). Open access.

Publication: John O’Keefe, Stranger Citizens: Migrant Influence and National Power in the Early American Republic (Ithica, NY: Cornell University Press, 2021). Open access.

Publication:The State and Migration in Chinese History,” ed. Anthony J. Barbieri-Low, special issue, Journal of Chinese History 5, Special Issue 2 (July 2021).

Publication: “Memories of Migration” by Barbara Laubenthal and Kevin Myers, German Politics and Society 39, no. 2 (2021).

Featured image: Recreated Migrant Accommodation in Hut 11. October 30, 2016, by Mollyduker. Source: Wikimedia Commons.