The Holocaust Migration Regime: From Past to Present
Senior Researcher: Dr. Sebastian Musch
Project Funding: Alfred Landecker Foundation
The project "The Holocaust Migration Regime: From Past to Present" asks how the global migration was influenced by institutions, concepts, and actors that originated in response to the Holocaust. Which traces of the Holocaust Migration Regime can we find in attempts to govern flight and mobility from the Second World War until today? Also, the research project will shed light on the Bermuda Conference on Refugees in 1943 and the question of Holocaust remembrance in a migration society.
More info (in German) here