News from Migrant Knowledge Network members and news about other events associated with the network. Members are invited to share theirs as well.
Demonstrates how Chinese immigrants to Peru utilized their knowledge of its culture and aspirations in constructing the fountain to improve their standing.
Frei discusses the knowledge prospective Jesuit missionaries sought to gain before applying, and knowledge missionaries provided back home.
News about various contributions and awards from the Migrant Knowledge Network. Members are invited to share theirs as well.
Schütz shows how GDR officials’ knowledge of violence against guest workers failed to change their perception of them or the nature of the country. Instead, they blamed the workers.
A roundup of recent work and resources in migration and migrant knowledge.
Highlighting an interview with a Turkish migrant woman, Kübra Göksel explores the “knowledge” West Germans had about these guest workers, the impact this knowledge had on their lives, and the ways they occasionally utilized that knowledge for their own benefit.
The latest issue of the Bulletin of the German Historical Institute includes an interview with Director Simone Lässig on the research focus “In Global Transit”
Kijan Espahangizi has a new book available: Der Migrations-Integrationskomplex (Wallstein, 2022), in the Konstanz University Press series.
Lecture series for ‘In Global Transit’ Project begins June 8 with a lecture by Joachim Schlör. Registration required.