H-Migration is dedicated to enhancing scholarly contributions on the global history of migration and the acculturation of immigrants and their descendants into their new society.

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СfP: “Migration, Mobility and Displacement in the Black Sea Region,” Tbilisi, Georgia, 12-15 September 2022

The Center for Governance and Culture in Europe (GCE-HSG) at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland invites paper proposals for a conference “Migration, Mobility and Displacement in the Black Sea Region” to be held in Tbilisi, Georgia, on 12-15 September 2022.

Join the Zoryan Institute for a Virtual Panel Discussion on Current Trends in Genocide, Atrocity, and Human Rights Studies with Alumni of its Genocide and Human Rights University Program

The Zoryan Institute is thrilled to be hosting its first ever Genocide and Human Rights University Program (GHRUP) Alumni Virtual Panel Discussion on Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 6:30PM EST. This event, titled Rethinking Studies in Genocide, Atrocity, and Human Rights: A Virtual Panel Discussion with GHRUP Alumni, will bring together a group of four GHRUP alumni from around the globe, with expertise on diverse subject matters to present their most recent work and discuss emerging issues in the field of Genocide and Human Rights Studies. 

New Open Access Book: Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period

The book Migration and Development in Southern Europe and South America during the Postwar Period explores the linkages between Southern Europe and South America in the post-World War II period, through organized migration and development policies.

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