Refugees and Political Culture – Lessons from History?

Refugees and Political Culture – Lessons from History?
Date
11 Dec 2017, 18:00 to 11 Dec 2017, 20:00
Type
Lecture
Venue
Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB
Description

Refugees, Migration and Political Culture

Cambridge / London 11 December 2017

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

This event takes place in two locations, the workshop sessions in Cambridge from 9.15 to approx. 15.30, and the Roundtable session which takes place at the Warburg Institute in London at 18.00. Advance registration is required only for the Roundtable session (see below).

 

PROGRAMME

 

 

Workshop: University of Cambridge, Pembroke College, CB2 1RF, 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, Bielefeld: Between two worlds: Jella Lepman in Britain, 1936-1945

12:15

Lunch

 

Section 2: Legal, institutional and political frameworks

13:15

Maria Abreu, Cambridge: Migration and Economy

13:45

Gary Gerstle, Cambridge: Race and Nation in the 20th Century

14:15

Discussion and Outlook

Marion Berghahn, Oxford, and Markus Messling, Potsdam: Responses

 

 

 

Roundtable: The Warburg Institute, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0AB, Lecture Room

18:00

Roundtable: 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

 

 

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 for further information:

Dr. Henning Grunwald – DAAD Lecturer in Modern European History. Fellow of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge – Email: henning.e.grunwald@gmail.com  – Telephone +44 1223 339256

Secretariat: Birgit Wollgarten – Email: forschung@dla-marbach.de  – Telephone: +49 (0) 7144 - 848 - 175 – Fax.: +49 (0) 7144 - 848 - 179

 

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Attendance is free of charge. Please register in advance for the ROUNDTABLE ONLY by clicking the Book Now button.

 

 

Contact

Jane Ferguson
warburg@sas.ac.uk
020 7862 8910