Triennial Conference of the Research Centre for German & Austrian Exiles Studies, IMLR, University of London.
It has long been recognised that the experiences of refugees from National Socialism, their persecution, incarceration, hiding, emigration, resettlement, further migration, trauma and later lives has had an impact on their children and grandchildren. This conference explores this in all its facets and different expressions and focuses both on the relationship between the generations as well as the specific differences between generations.
Author: Institute of Languages, Cultures and Societies
Speaker(s): Andrea Hammel (Aberystwyth): ‘”My experience began in the womb” to “Too much O Weyhing”: Researching the Second-Generation Experience; Anita Grosz (Aberystwyth): ‘A Comparative Study of the Kindertransport Second Generation in the UK and the USA; Dani Kranz (Beer Sheva): ‘The Long Haul of Displacement and Refuge: Post-1945 German Legalese that Covers the Category German, Access to German Citizenship, and Discontent amongst Refugees from Germany and their Descendants
Organisations: Institute of Languages, Cultures and Societies
Event date: Tuesday, 9 March 2021 - 1:00pm