EVENT: New Directions in Jewish Studies at UC Davis: Andrey Shlyakhter, "Jew, Tailor, Smuggler, Spy: How Transnational Jewish Networks Needled Holes in the Soviet Frontier—and Helped Stitch it Shut" (May 26)

Dear colleagues,

The UC Davis Jewish Studies Program is pleased to announce the final event in the New Directions in Jewish Studies 2022 Lecture Series: "Jew, Tailor, Smuggler, Spy: How Transnational Jewish Networks Needled Holes in the Soviet Frontier—and Helped Stitch it Shut" with Andrey Shlyakhter, Thursday, May 26 at 12 pm PDT. Please find a poster, abstract, and registration link below. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

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.

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.

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.

CFP: Digitizing Performance in Africa: Politics, Aesthetics, and Historical Continuities in the Circulation of Music//Paris, France - January 18 & 19, 2023

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
July 22, 2022

CfP Looking back to look forward

CALL FOR PAPERS AND PANELS

Looking back to look forward: Celebrating 10 years of research on migration, forced displacement and superdiversity

University of Birmingham, 14-16 September 2022

Keynote speakers:

Professor Cecilia Menjívar, University of California Los Angeles and President of the American Sociological Association

Professor Steve Vertovec, Director of Max-Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany

Call for Participation - Summer School Upper Adriatic Borderlands: Transitions, Identities and Urban Spaces in The Port City of Trieste and Hinterland (from XIXth to XXIth century)

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Type: 
Summer Program
Date: 
May 15, 2022
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