The German Historical Institute’s Spring Lecture Series “Moving Out of Harm’s Way: Historical Perspectives on Climate-related Mobilities” wraps up this Thursday, May 4, at 3:30 p.m. Pacific Time at UC Berkeley (3335 Dwindle Hall) with a talk by Heidi Amin-Hong of UC Santa Barbara on “Climate Displacement in the Shadow of War: Feminist Perspectives on Hydro-disaster.” Register for virtual access.
Network member Marcia Schenck has three recent publications: a monograph, an edited volume, and a special issue.
- The monograph is Remembering African Labor Migration to the Second World: Socialist Mobilities between Angola, Mozambique, and East Germany (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2023). Part of Palgrave Macmillan’s Transnational History Series, it is available in Open Access.
- The edited volume is The Right to Research: Historical Narratives by Refugee and Global South Researchers, edited with Kate Reed (Montreal:. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2023).
- The special issue is “Rethinking Refuge: Processes of Refuge Seeking in Africa,” guest edited with George N. Njung, Africa Today 69, nos. 1-2 (2022).
And, last but not least, network member Lilly Maier has a book coming out soon about meeting Holocaust survivor Arthur Kern when she was a young girl, Arthur and Lilly: The Girl and the Holocaust-Survivor (Green Bay, WI: Titletown Publishing, forthcoming in October 2023). She is available for presentations or book signings this fall.