Presents the knowledge the German news agency Agencia Duems disseminated in Mexico and Germany about the other country, respectively.
Examines knowledge that radio programs made for Greek guest workers in West Germany conveyed and their role in creating an emotional community.
Here we share a call for applications for the Bucerius Young Scholars Forum at UC Berkeley, GHI Pacific Office, September 2023, as it relates closely to our blog’s topic.
Presents the motivation for GHI’s spring lecture series on climate mobilities with abstracts of the lectures.
A roundup of recent network news, upcoming events, calls for papers and applications with upcoming deadlines, conference reports, and relevant publications.
Examines ways migrants in this caravan utilized legacy and social media to coordinate and organize the journey, as well as how these media are changing migrant paradigms.
Introduces “Auf die Tour!,” a book investigating networks of (Jewish) migrant performers and sites of popular entertainment.
Between Fiction and Non-Fiction: ‘America’-related Literature in the Public Libraries of Southern Baden
Presents the image of America conveyed in literature available in the public libraries in southern Baden, esp. Lahr in late 19th c.
Describes Migration- and Mobility-related events at #AHA23
‘Plant-like Women and Luxury Wives’—American Women in Nineteenth-century German Travelogues and Guides
Looks at travelogues and guidebooks available in two Baden libraries in the 1890s to determine the knowledge of the USA, and particularly of American women, presented therein.