27. AEMI Conference - Annual conference in Husum
At Home or Alienated - Konferenz Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI)
Do 5. Oktober 2017
“At Home or Alienated” Migrants and receiving countries between integration and parallel-society, between 'culture of welcome' and xenophobia.
The Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI) together with its local partner organization the Nordfriisk Instituut and with the Nordfriesland Museum Nissenhaus announces a call for papers for the 27th annual AEMI conference which will be held in Husum, North Frisia, Germany from Thursday, 5th to Saturday, 7th October 2017.
The Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI) is a network of forty organizations representing twenty European countries and working on the history of human migrations in the broadest sense, and on the literature produced on this topic, founded in Germany in 1991.
The annual conference of the AEMI aims to present the full range of the research, the exhibitions and the other scientific activities of its members and give them and invited speakers an international forum.
The Nordfriisk Instituut in Bredstedt, Nordfriesland, is the central scientific institution in North Frisia for the preservation and promotion of and research on the Frisian language, culture and history. It is the central meeting point for all those who are interested in North Frisian topics and to whom Frisian interests are of greater importance. The institute runs a library, a record office and various magazines and books are published by the Nordfriisk Instituut. With its Emigration Archive it is member of AEMI since 1995.
The Nordfriesland Museum, Ludwig-Nissen-Haus, in Husum, Nordfriesland, is one of the most traditional museums on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein. It has its roots in the trust set up by Ludwig Nissen (1855-1924), who emigrated from Husum to New York and became prosperous as a diamond importer. Since 1937 the museum shows the cultural development and traditions on the North Sea coast. These themes are enhanced by various art and history exhibitions.