8-12 July 2019, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba
How do historical studies of the local and the global intersect in migration history? How do histories of migration inform, contest and shape regional, national, transnational and global histories? How does migration and ethnic history intersect with histories of religion, class, gender, health, race, and colonialism? Following on from the launch of the AMHN at the 2018 AHA Conference, this stream aims to showcase how migration history scholarship is at the forefront of historical inquiry. It seeks to encourage historical debate about human connectivity, migration policies, and the consequences of migration in the world today.
Applications due 28 February 2019