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Refugees, Migration and Political Culture

When Dec 11, 2017
from 09:15 AM to 08:00 PM
Where Thomas Gray Room, Pembroke College
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December 11th 2017

Cambridge/London

Supported by DAAD, University of Cambridge, Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach, the Warburg Institute

Programme

CAMBRIDGE
Pembroke College, Thomas Gray Room


09:15 Henning Grunwald, Marcel Lepper: Welcome & Introduction

Section 1: Intellectual networks, exile movements, global archives
09:45 Marcel Lepper, Sonja Arnold, Marbach: Global Archives
10:15 Lynn Wolff, Michigan: H.G. Adler and Max Brod in Exile: Divergent Trajectories, Literary Intersections

10:45 Coffee break

11:15 Ulrich van Loyen, Köln:
The Exile as a Conquest. Steiner’s Ethnopoetry and its use for an anthropology of literature
11:45 Daniel Siemens, Newcastle:
Between two worlds: Jella Lepman in Britain, 1936-1945

12:15 Lunch

Section 2: Legal, institutional and political frameworks
13:15 Jessica Reinisch, London (tbc): Refugees and Migration since 1945
13:45 Maria Abreu, Cambridge: Migration and Economy
14:15 Discussion and Outlook
Marion Berghahn, Oxford, and Markus Messling, Berlin: Responses


LONDON
The Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB, Lecture Room
Roundtable:
18:00 Refugees and Political Culture – Lessons from History?
Lord Alf Dubs, Marion Berghahn, a scholar nominated by CARA (Council for At-Risk Academics), Waseem Yaqoob. Chair: Henning Grunwald

 

Registration
Please register in advance for the roundtable by clicking this link:
http://bit.ly/Refugees1


Concept
Dr. Sonja Arnold – Scientific Coordinator, German Literature Archive Marbach
Email: sonja.arnold@dla-marbach.de
Dr. Henning Grunwald – DAAD Lecturer in Modern European History. Fellow of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Email: henning.e.grunwald@gmail.com
PD Dr. Marcel Lepper – Director of Research, German Literature Archive Marbach
Email: forschung@dla-marbach.de
Dr. Claudia Wedepohl – Archivist – The Warburg Institute. School of Advanced Study, University of London
Email: Claudia.Wedepohl@sas.ac.uk


Contact
Dr. Henning Grunwald – DAAD Lecturer in Modern European History. Fellow of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Email: – Telephone +44 1223 339256

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