Kategorie: Migrationsgeschichte

Wissensbewegungen und Wissensbeziehungen im Kalten Krieg

Der Kalte Krieg oder Ost-West-Konflikt ist bislang stark als politischer bzw. potenziell militärischer Konflikt zwischen den USA und der UdSSR untersucht worden. Die vielfältigen Beziehungen innerhalb der Blöcke, besonders diejenigen im Ostblock, die in besonderer Weise als Beziehungen des Wissens innerhalb seiner Metropolen und zwischen diesen und zahlreichen Ländern der sogenannten Dritten Welt gestaltet wurden, sind bisher weitgehend unerforscht geblieben.

Conference: “Climate Change, Energy, and Sustainability in the Pacific Region knowledge, policies, and transfers (1970s-present)”

Date and venue: 19.-20. April, 2021, German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo Conveners: Sarah Beringer (German Historical Institute Washington D.C.), Benjamin Beuerle (German Historical Institute Moscow), Sonja Ganseforth (German Institute for Japanese Studies), Yufei…

European Émigrés and the Transatlantic Circulation of Knowledge: Examples from Mid-20th-Century Consumer Capitalism

Many European émigrés escaping the Nazis helped shape consumer capitalism in the United States. After the war, they did business in Europe as well, circulating their transformed knowledge to shape marketing there.

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German Migrants and the Circulation of Buddhist Knowledge between Germany and British Ceylon

Germans translated Buddhist texts in Germany, and they migrated to British Ceylon in order to get closer to Buddhism. Their Buddhist practices ended up changing Buddhism’s relationship to texts in their South Asian home.

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News from the Network: Histories of Migrant Knowledge

„Histories of Migrant Knowledge: Transatlantic and Global Perspectives,“ edited by Andrea Westermann and Onur Erdur, Bulletin of the German Historical Institute Supplement 15 (2020).

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“I Am Interested in Learning More About the Knowledge Migrants Convey Through Their Often Silenced or Neglected Voices” – Interview with Albert Manke

Today, we talk to Albert Manke who is a Research Fellow at the Pacific Regional Office of the German Historical Institute Washington, based at the University of California, Berkeley.