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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS

2nd EUMedEA Crash Course 2017 – Managing Crises at EU Med Borders Catania, 25 June-1 July 2017 Application Deadline: 1st April 2017  Participate in an intensive teaching and training experience in the middle of the Mediterranean!  CONCEPT The EUMedEA Crash Course “Managing Crises at the EU Med Borders” is an advanced study and training course run […]

2nd Call for Papers, 8th Tensions of Europe Conference, Conference Theme: Borders and Technology, Athens, 7-10 September 2017

The 8th Tensions of Europe Conference will have as its main theme the history of borders and technology. We invite papers studying the history of the relationship between national borders and transnational infrastructures, hidden technological linking and delinking that reinforced or challenged border delineations and demarcations, the relationship between borders and technologically-induced environmental crises and disasters, […]

Rencontre européenne : Histoire de l’accueil des étrangers en Europe

L’association Génériques organise le 6 décembre prochain au Théâtre du Soleil (Paris 12e) une grande journée de rencontre autour de l’histoire de l’accueil des étrangers en Europe. A l’heure où l’Europe fait face à une nouvelle vague migratoire, Génériques propose de mettre en lumière la façon dont les étrangers ont pu être accueillis dans différents […]

From Internal to Transnational Mobilities

Bruno Riccio (ed.) with articles by Russel King, Paul-André Rosental, Tony Fielding, Roberto Impicciatore, Adrian Favell, Maddalena Tirabassi and Alvise del Pra’, Pier Paolo Viazzo, Francesca Alice Vianello, Selenia Marabello, Giulia Casentini.   Within migration studies, it is common to encounter the distinction between internal and international migrations. The first is used to indicate individuals […]

Call for Papers: “With Italy in their baggage”

Migration, circulations and Italianness in the 19th-21st centuries Paris Musée National de l’Histoire de l’Immigration/Italian Cultural Institute 15-17 June 2017 International Conference Since the end of the 19th century, Italian emigration to the rest of the world has become one of the most important migratory movements in contemporary history. Twenty-six million Italians left the Peninsula […]

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