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 […]
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 […]
Time line of the most important events related to European migrations occurred since September 2015.
26TH AEMI CONFERENCE European migrant diasporas and cultural identities Consello da Cultura Galega Santiago de Compostela 28-30 Sep / 1 Oct This year the annual AEMI conference was held in Santiago de Compostela, with its local partner organization Galician Migration Archive-Council of Galician Culture, AEMI’s member since 2009. The conference was about European migrant […]
>AEMI Journal – Volume 13-14 (2015-2016) Proceedings of the Riga Conference in 2014 and the Turin Conference in 2015. Other articles based on the Turin Conference proceedings published in Altreitalie. International journal of studies on Italian migrations in the world, 51, 2015: Piero Bassetti, Opening Adress Laura Bartolini, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruby Gropas, Escaping the crisis and emancipating […]