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Association of European Migration Institutions Annual Conference - Cracow 2012

Thursday 27th – Saturday 29th, September 2012


CONFERENCE VENUES:

 

Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14
and Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora,
Rynek Główny 34

 

 

             

 

Thursday 27th September

 

Venue: Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14:

8.00 – 10.30       Registration 

8:30 – 10.30       Workshop: European Migration Heritage Routes (AEMI members only)
                             Chair: Antoinette Reuter, Sarah Clément   

10:30                   Opening Remarks    Adam Walaszek, main organizer of the workshop
                                                                  Hans Storhaug, President of AEMI

10.45 – 12.45     Session 1: Shaping Europe’s Identity: European Internal Migration I
                             Chair: Adam Walaszek

Irish Internal Migration 1600-2000: A Neglected Aspect
Patrick Fitzgerald

Portugal-Demographic Mobility and Insertion Policies Outside and Inside the Country
Maria Beatriz Rocha – Trindade

Behavior Patterns of Galician Emigration in Europe
Arquivo da Emigración Galega

New European Mobility: The Italian Case
Alvise del Pra’


Venue: Convivium, Collegium Novum, Gołębia 24:
13.00            Lunch 


Venue: Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14:

14:15 – 16.15     Session 2: Shaping Europe’s Identity: European Internal Migration II
                Chair: Knut Djupedal

Going South: The Case of the Slovenes on the Territory of Former Yugoslavia
Metka Lokar

Slovenian Emigrant Writers in Other Parts of Europe
Janja Žitnik Serafin

Polish Emigration in Spain: Problematic Aspects of Acculturation
Roland Łukasiewicz

A Comparative History of Immigration: European and non-European Immigrants in France, 1918 – 1981
Louisa Zanoun

16.15            Coffee break


Venue: Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Rynek 34, room 4

16:45 – 18.45    Workshop: Making Europe Bottom Up: European Migratory History 
               Chair: Maddalena Tirabassi 


          
                                


Friday 28th September

 

Venue: Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14:

8.30 – 10.30       Workshop: MIGRAPort Project
   Chair: Hans Storhaug

10:30                   Coffee break
11.00 – 12.30    Session 3a: How Lessons from the Past Help Addressing Contemporary
  Migration Issues? Part I
  Chair: Jens Topholm

A Century of Labor Immigration: Sweden Before, During and After the Welfare State.
Lars Olsson

Croatian Migration History and the Challenges of Migrations Today
Drago Župarić-Iljić

Ports in the South. A Century of Passengers Leaving, Arriving and Travelling between Genoa and Marseille
Carlo Stiaccini, Silvia Martini


Venue: Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Rynek 34, room 6:

11.00 – 12.30    Session 3b: How Lessons from the Past Help Addressing Contemporary
   Migration Issues? Part II
   Chair: Erik Gustavson

Migratory Experience from Below: Everyday Life of Macedonian Muslim Women in Italy.
Karolina Bielenin-Lenczowska

“Who Marries Who?” Integration and Patterns of Intermarriage among Norwegians and Other Ethnic Groups in the U.S. in the 1900s.
Hans Storhaug

Gender migration flows in Greece, 1990s-2000s: Dealing with a Thematic Oral History Project.
Triantafillia Kourtoumi


Venue: Convivium, Collegium Novum, Gołębia 24:
12.45      Lunch


Venue: Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14:

14.00 – 16.00   Session 4: How Lessons from the Past Help Addressing Contemporary
  Migration Issues? Part III
  Chair: Metka Lokar

From Bootblack to a Position of Trust and Importance in the Business World. The Biography of the New Yorker German-American Ludwig Nissen (1855 – 1924).
Paul-Heinz Pauseback

Mass Migration vs. Specialized Migration. Basque immigrants to China (lat 19th-early 21st  centuries).
Benan Oreg, Oscar Alvarez-Gila

Generations of immigrants, employment and entrepreneurship in Australia 1890 – 2000.
Nonja Peters

Gone and forgotten? European Migration “Down under” – A Historical Perspective.
Ursula Ladzinski

16.00                  Coffee break

16.30 – 18.30    Session 5: Museum and Archives
  Chair: Janja Žitnik Serafin

'la face cachée des mots - artists' reflexions on migration and democracy. A photographic exhibition by Paulo Lobo, organised by the CDMH.
Dario Cieol

More than Dusty Old Suitcases – Telling the Stories of Here and Now.
Freja Gry Børsting

Immigration to Germany 1685 – Today: The New Wing of the German Emigration Center.
Simone Eick

Museum of Emigration in Gdynia.
Karolina Grabowicz-Matyjas


Venue: Restaurant Zbójcy w Pałacu, Rynek Główny 27:
19.00 – 22.00       Buffet Dinner


                                

Saturday 29th September

Venue: Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14 (AEMI members only)

9.30 – 11.30       AEMI General Assembly Meeting
11.30 – 12.00    Closing Ceremony
 

 

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