UP TO 15-MAR-2020 Asociación Española de Americanistas (Americanists Spanish Association) CONGRESS - Santiago de Compostela 2020 Symposium 9

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
January 10, 2020 to March 16, 2020
Location: 
Spain
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Spanish and Portuguese History / Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Social History / Studies, Women's & Gender History / Studies

CALL FOR PAPERS UP TO 15-MAR-2020 AEA CONGRESS - Santiago de Compostela 2020 Symposium 9

We invite you to participate in our Symposium 9: European Migration Flows to America between the 19th and 21st centuries. Imaginary, cultural representations and political practices of women, young people and children in comparative and global perspective.

Coordinators:

Marcela Lucci (Universitat de Girona IHE-Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina GEHA-Universidad de Cádiz) marcela.lucci@udg.edu

Carlos Arturo Reina Rodríguez (Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas, Bogotá-Colombia) careina@udistrital.edu.co

Send presentation proposals (title, summary of up to 200 words, author/res (up to a maximum of two per presentation), institutional membership and email) to our emails until March 15, 2020.

Theoretical line: The imprint of European population flows to America is, due to its magnitude and duration, one of the most necessary prospects for studying the transatlantic transit of people, ideas and goods during the contemporary era. However, the problem and uniqueness of the migration experiences of minority groups also traversed children, young people and women, who built, as historical subjects, strategies for the conservation and reproduction of their imaginary social and political cultural culture. Our workshop calls for the presentation of work by professionals, specialists and trained scientists on these groups of migrants and exiles in areas such as work, education, society, politics, culture and daily life. We seek to define the tactics to preserve, in such dissimilar experiences as emigration and exile, their cultural roots and the strategies they developed to incorporate new values of the host society. We encourage interdisciplinary and comparative exploration of the global flow of European cultural ideas and assets to America from the perspective of these minority groups to help document them in an inclusive way and discuss interests, needs and the new thematic vectors to strengthen this field of study.

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