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Events 2009

Workshop - Writing Refugees into History

University of Glamorgan, UK, 7 September 2009.

 

Writing refugees into history

This one-day conference explored the presence and absence of refugees in history. In addition to exploring different case studies of the Spanish Republican exile, speakers addressed epistemological issues about how refugees are represented across a range of different primary sources and within public exhibitions.

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Workshop - Second-generation exiles from the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939): Sources, Theory and Methodology’ UNED, Spain, 31 May 2009.

Speakers explored a range of issues stemming from the collection and analysis of ethnographic and oral history data relating to second-generation exiles.

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Conference - Coming home? Conflict and return migration in twentieth-century Europe

University of Southampton, UK, 1-3 April 2009

Coming home?

 

The question of return has long been thought to be central to an exilic discourse and yet relatively little is known about how return migration is actually experienced and subsequently remembered by exiles and also by migrants more widely. In order to mark the 70th anniversary of the ‘official’ end of the Spanish Civil War and the start of the Second World War, events which led to the mass displacement of refugees, speakers at this conference explored the broad theme of conflict and return migration in twentieth-century Europe.

The conference took place at the University of Southampton, 1-3 April 2009.

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