Reminder: CFP Internment Camps: The (Enforced) Placement and “Custody” of Refugees in the Past and the Present

Call for Papers


Internment Camps: The (Enforced) Placement and “Custody” of Refugees in the Past and the Present


Annual Conference of the Austrian Association for Exile Research (öge) in cooperation with the Department for Contemporary History (University of Vienna) and the research network “Migration, Citizenship and Belonging” (Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Vienna)
3-4 December 2020, Vienna

CFP: Not that long ago, not that far away: concentration camps and areas of segregation in and around the Mediterranean (late 19th -21st century)

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June 15, 2020 to June 17, 2020

H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable 11-7 on Political Survivors. The Resistance, the Cold War and the Fight against Concentration Camps after 1945

H-Diplo | ISSF Roundtable XI-7
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Emma Kuby.  Political Survivors. The Resistance, the Cold War and the Fight against Concentration Camps after 1945 Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2019.  ISBN:  9781501732799 (hardcover, $32.50).

16 December 2019 | https://issforum.org/to/ir11-7
Editors: Sarah Snyder and Diane Labrosse | Production Editor: George Fujii

435: the updated count of ethnic-minority intellectuals in Xinjiang now in mass detention

Today the Uyghur Human Rights Project updated its count of confirmed detentions/forced disappearances of ethnic-minority intellectuals (artists, authors, academics etc.), a key part of Chinese authorities' forced-assimilation campaign targeting the ethnic minorities of Xinjiang, western China, including with mass internments in concentration camps, mass surveillance, blanket criminalization of everyday religious practices, forced marriages, and more.

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