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Internierungslager. Geschichte und Gegenwart der (erzwungenen) Unterbringung und Verwahrung von Geflüchteten

Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Exilforschung (öge) in Kooperation mit dem Institut für Zeitgeschichte (Universität Wien) und dem Forschungsschwerpunkt „Migration, Citizenship and Belonging“ (Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Wien) am 03. Und 04. Dezember 2020 in Wien

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Beyond camps and forced labour: current international research on survivors of Nazi persecution

Seventh international multidisciplinary conference, to be held at Birkbeck, University of London, and The Wiener Holocaust Library, London, 6-8 January 2021

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Environments of Exile: Refugees, Nature, and Representations

Biennial Conference of the North American Society for Exile Studies at Queen’s University in Kingston/Ontario, postponed to September 23-25, 2021

Forced migration always takes place within specific cultural, social, and political environments, but also within specific natural environments: natural disasters and conservation efforts trigger migration. At the same time, escape also takes place in nature – for example, when people hide in forests, flee across unguarded ‘green’ borders, or cannot reach safety behind oceans or mountains. Migration brings people into different climates they are not familiar with. These considerations affect survival in different ways because specific knowledge about nature and the environment influences flight and exile too: both about the conditions of survival in nature during flight (shelter, food, health) and also the possibilities of arrival and integration during exile, for example through specific knowledge about nature in agriculture, mining, or forestry. Consequently, exiles and refugees had an impact on the environment if their knowledge about nature was not ignored or subdued. Furthermore, natural spaces, especially at borders, were places of resistance to persecution and oppression; here, nature became a political space where knowledge circulation took place, and relief was organized. Finally, exile and environment are also related to the transformation or conservation of identity. These processes can be reconstructed, for example, in memories as well as in artistic representations about environments of exile.

Call for Papers by October 31, 2020!



Hier demnächst: TAGUNGSBERICHT online „Fährten. Mensch-Tier-Verhältnisse in Reflexionen des Exils“

Jahrestagung 2020 der Gesellschaft für Exilforschung e.V. in Zusammenarbeit mit der Österreichischen Exilbibliothek im Literaturhaus Wien und der Gesellschaft der Freunde der Österreichischen Exilbibliothek vom 22. bis 24. Oktober 2020 im Literaturhaus Wien (virtuell)  //  Weiter Lesen!

 

Hier demnächst: BERICHT online Doktorand_innen-Workshop

Doktorand_innen-Workshop  im Zusammenhang mit der Jahrestagung 2020 der Gesellschaft für Exilforschung e.V. in Zusammenarbeit mit der Österreichischen Exilbibliothek im Literaturhaus Wien und der Gesellschaft der Freunde der Österreichischen Exilbibliothek am 22. Oktober 2020 im Literaturhaus Wien (virtuell) //  Weiter Lesen!