25.04.2017

Austrian Network for Migration History at the Faculty

The Austrian Network for Migration History (ÖNM) recently expanded and enriched the research profile of the Department of History with its research, exhibition, collection and publication activities within the framework of historical migration research. At the same time, the network is the Research Center of Migration, Labor and Urban Studies, which is also located at the Department of History.

Das ÖNM versteht sich als interdisziplinäre Plattform und will den Wissenstransfer und die Verschränkung von unterschiedlichen Forschungsansätzen und -perspektiven zur Migrationsgeschichte in Österreich vorantreiben.

Ein weiterer Fokus besteht im Erfahrungsaustausch und in der Vernetzung von Personen, die in unterschiedlichen Einrichtungen (Archiv, Museum, universitäre und außeruniversitären Forschungsinstitution, NGOs) im Bereich der Migrationsgeschichte tätig sind.

Durch Ausstellungen, gemeinsame Veranstaltungen und Aktivitäten soll Migrationsgeschichte einer breiten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich gemacht und diese für das Thema sensibilisiert werden.

Netzwerk für Migrationsgeschichte (ÖNM)

Sylvia Hahn, Verena Lorber, Andreas Praher

Vizerektorin, Senior Scientist, Senior Scientist

Universität Salzburg

Rudolfskai 42

Tel: +43 662 8044 4776

E-mail to Sylvia Hahn, Verena Lorber, Andreas Praher

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