New Miniseries on "Go-Betweens" at Migrant Knowledge

18.08.2020

The GHI's Migrant Knowledge blog has published "Go-Betweens: A Miniseries on Youth, Migration, and Knowledge Transfer."

The GHI's Migrant Knowledge blog has published a new miniseries this month based on a 2020 AHA panel sponsored by the GHI and the Central European History Society. The contributors had the chance to join together and talk about their research in January, then revise shorter, tightly focused contributions for the blog. See the contents below.
 

Go-Betweens

A Miniseries on Youth, Migration, and Knowledge Transfer

Knowledge and the Agency of Children in Migration Contexts
Simone Lässig

Routes of Knowledge: Growing up German in Chile, 1900–50
H. Glenn Penny
The Formation of Indigenous Knowledge in Protestant Mission Schools, 1900–1930
Elisabeth Engel

Turkish Teachers, Migrant Knowledge, and ‘the Qurʾan School Problem’ in West Germany
Brian Van Wyck

Young Refugees and Knowledge in New York during World War II: The Example of Babette Deutsch’s ‘The Welcome’
Swen Steinberg