In 1924, a private gymnasium opened its gates, welcoming children of Russian exiles to the Bulgarian capital of Sofia. The founder of the school, Varvara Pavlova Kuzmina, a teacher from St. Petersburg, had settled in […]
Examines The Indian Vocabulary (1788) produced in Britain for colonial civil servants in order to discern the ambiguous relationship toward India and British efforts to define itself in relation to its colony therein.
Introduces the digital storytelling project Humanizing Deportation, which documents the human consequences of contemporary regimes of migration and border control in the United States and Mexico.
Epistolary Knowledge in Transit: Migrant Letters in Swiss Refugee Periodicals after the Second World War
Presents the knowledge produced and shared in refugee letters in periodicals in Switzerland in the post-World War II period.
A roundup of current events, CfPs, conference reports, and new publications, exhibits, projects, and book reviews relevant to Migrant Knowledge.
Bohemian immigrant Anton Schwarz impacted brewing knowledge and practice in the US by introducing knowledge from Germany, especially. He founded the US Brewers’ Academy and introduced brewing with adjuncts.
Call for papers for workshop at USC Los Angeles from 28-29 June 2024 on Archives in/of Transit
Recounts the flooding of Vanport, Oregon, in 1948, the displacement of the city’s residents, and the memory culture around this event.
Describes Rudolf Holzmann’s ethnomusicological work, cataloguing and orchestrating Indigenous music, in Peru after he fled there from Nazi Germany.
News from Migrant Knowledge Network members and about other associated events Members are invited to share theirs as well.