Comparative Studies in Migration and Memory

Coordinators: Anne Marie Ejdesgaard JeppesenPeter Leese

At Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies migration is conceptualized within a cross-disciplinary, multilingual perspective and investigated within a broad anthropological / ethnographic framework. Movement, mobility and migration are central themes for a group of researchers investigating language and literature, culture and history. Within this field common interests include: migration-related writing, language, discourse; migrants' oral history, memory and the reconstruction of meaning; the cultivation of interdisciplinary and theoretical approaches to migration which incorporate social, historical, literary and discursive perspectives. The projects and personnel of this group are naturally affiliated with AMIS, the new center on migration research at the humanities faculty.



de Oliveira, Sandi MicheleAssociate professor +45 353-28430E-mail
Duncan, RussellProfessor +45 353-28577E-mail
Goddard, JosephAssociate professor +45 353-28580E-mail
Gustafsson, JanAssociate professor +45 353-28449E-mail
Hernández-Flores, NievesAssociate professor +45 353-28441E-mail
Lausten, Pia SchwarzAssociate professor +45 353-28461E-mail
Leese, PeterAssociate professor +45 353-28414E-mail
Rahbek, UllaAssociate professor +45 353-29280E-mail
Sandberg, Anna LenaAssociate professor +45 353-28156E-mail
Wink, Georg WalterAssociate professor +45 353-29115E-mail