IES Migrations Series: The Arts of the Immigrant Continent
From Pamela Hampton on May 4th, 2018
In AY 2017-2018, the Institute for European Studies launched the IES Migrations Series which conceptualizes the migration of not only people, but also images, words, ideas, technologies, objects, information, and food.
Continuing into AY 2020-2021, the series aims to unpack the historical and contemporary relevance of migration in writing global histories and understanding the present, as well as to put Europe in its global context. It critically acknowledges European countries’ role in the history of modernization and colonization of other countries within and outside Europe and disclosed the region’s character as an immigrant continent and diaspora of various peoples.
The Arts of the Immigrant Continent:
A panel discussion which addressed Europe as an immigrant continent, and especially concentrated on the relation between immigration and art, by bringing together artists and scholars who work on diasporas and migrant art in major European cities.
Leslie A. Adelson (Department Chair & Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of German Studies, Cornell University)
Martin Rein-Cano (Landscape Architect, TOPOTEK 1, Berlin, Germany)
Pamela Corey (Lecturer in South East Asian Art, Department of History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts, University of London).
Moderated by: Esra Akcan (Architecture, IES/Einaudi)