Migration, Memory, Adaptation Accepted proposals

Accepted proposals

Marzena Zdrojkowska (King’s College London and University of Westminster, UK)

The importance of historical memory in the building of a post-2004 Polish identity in London

Peter Arnds (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)

The Poetics of Wolves: Myth, Metaphor, and Migration in World Literature

El lobo es incognisiscible (Cormac McCarthy, The Crossing)

Şener Şükrü Yiğitler (Bitlis Eren University, Turkey)

Kurdish Image in the Novels of Early Turkish Republic Period

Li Wei Yang (The Huntington Library, USA)

Julia Mirsky (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)

MigLives.IL – A research and educational project on migrants' lives in Israel

Patrycja Nosiadek (State University of Applied Sciences in Racibórz, Poland)

Silesian -Texans' memories as recorded in autobiographical accounts

Ingrida Eglė Žindžiuvienė (Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania)

At the Crossroads of Memory Paths

Danielle Drozdzewski ( UNSW, Australia)

Remembering Polishness: Exploring Memory and Migration in Australia’s Polish diaspora

Margaret Murphy (Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, Ireland)

Experiences of the Asylum Process, the Education System and parenting practices among Asylum Seeking families living in the Direct Provision System

Tomasz Sińczak (UMK Toruń, Poland)

Nomadic migration and its influence on Roman – Iranian relations.

Marta Koval (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Memory Patterns in Askold Melnyczuk’s Novels as an Example Ukrainian American Émigré Fiction

Xymena Synak (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Oblivion – Forgetting – Fragments

Bridget Sheridan ( University Tolouse Jean Jaurès 2, France)

Mapping the way: the use of the map in artistic projects, working with migrants and refugees.

Magdalena Śliwińska (University of Warsaw, Poland)

The excess of memory in the stories of Giorgio Bassani and Winfried George Sebald

Maria Penkowska (Medical University of Gdansk, Poland)

Analysis of the relationships among children and youth in a family, school and peer communities enviroment after suicide attempt.”

Anna Kuchta (Jagiellonian University, Poland)

The journey of memory. Migration, (post)memory and family relations in Mikołaj Grynberg’s “Oskarżam Auschwitz. Opowieści rodzinne” [“I Accuse Auschwitz. Family Tales”]

 Santhi Corcoran (Mary Immaculate College, Republic of Ireland)

Title: The challenges of migration, resettlement, cultural diversity and integration in schools

Iryna Yavorska (independent researcher, Ukraine)

Living as searching of paradise. The emigration of Jews from Bukovina to Israel in 1944-1991.

 Ayana Halpern (the Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

'Between Universal and National Social Therapy: Professional interventions of Jewish social workers in Mandatory Palestine'

Matan Barel (Ruppin Academic Center, Israel)

The main variables influencing the willingness to absorb refugees: Utility VS direct moral responsibility

Rebecca Ganem (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada)

Immigration, Identity, Memory: Sibling Relationships and the Construction of Identity

Anna Al-Araj (Jagiellonian University, Poland)

How to adapt short stories for film? The case of Sweet Rush by Jaroslaw Iwaszkiewicz and  Andrzej Wajda 

Jan Miklas-Frankowski (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

 From Poland to Costa Rica: Anna Pamuła’s Polacos

David Allen (Midland Actors Theatre, UK)

 Carved in Stone: The work of Alan Garner and Jane Urquhart

Agata Handley (University of Lodz, Poland)

Migrating Landscapes in Jane Urquhart’s The Stone Carvers.

Olga Bilobrovets (Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University, Ukraine)

Migrantion path of Polish population on Ukrainian lands (1914-1918).

Viktoriya Vengerska (Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University, Ukraine)

Migrations of Jews of the pale of settlement: between modernization challenges and traditionalism.

Vandana Kumari (Research Scholar of the Centre for the Study of Social System, JNU, New Delhi, India)

Shibsankar Jena (Dr. Harisingh Gour Central University, Madhya Pradesh, India).

Understanding Life along the Border: Culture and Identity among the Bangladeshi Migrants

Marek Pawlicki (University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland)

This Difficult Work of Remembering: Analyzing Immigrant Experience in the Short Stories by Colm Tóibín, Julian Barnes and Anne Enright

Akane Oishi (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

Export of Social Work and Institution to Japanese Colonies before WWII: The Case of Kamakura Nursery School

Bartosz Atroszko (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Artur Sawicki (University of Gdańsk, Poland)

Cynical hostility and the problems with social adaptation of immigrants and refugees

Derya Bakbak (University of Hasan Kalyoncu, Turkey)

Obligatory Migration And Coexistence

Miri Freilich (Independent Researcher) 

The last Interview with a Ghetto Fighter:  The Memoirs of Vitka Kempner- Kovner

Rajin Makhdum Khan (Bangladesh University of Professionals, Bangladesh)

Refugees and the Future World: Fuelling Conflict of Ethnicities

Sonya Darrow (research-based artist and heirloom caretaker)

 Stezky/Pathways: Mapping the cultural landscape of Czech-American settlements through objects,  sounds and local folklore. (Art & Auto-ethnography).

Joseph Hughes (Missouri State University, USA)

The Last of the Kashubian Americans?

Mykola Polovyi (Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University, Vinnitsya, Ukraine)  

Specifics of the USSR era migrants’ adaptation in the modern Russian Federation

Natalia Juchniewicz (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Memory digitalized in pictures, chats and maps: how smartphones/users remember

İlhan Zeynep Karakılıç (Bahçeşehir University in İstanbul, Turkey) 

Greco-Turkish Population Exchange and its Effects on Tobacco Producing Villagers

Slavica Srbinovska (University “Ss.Cyril and Methodius”, Skopje, Macedonia)

Making the Identity through the boundaries of the culture

Amaal Akhtar (University of Delhi, India and University of Oxford, UK)  

Partition’s Photographic Memories: Exploring Intersections of Visual Memory and Spatial  Geographies of  Belonging

Bahar Taseli and Nurten Avturk (Cyprus International University, Cyprus) 

 Newspaper Representations of First Flow Migrants from Turkey in Cyprus

Katarzyna Skorek (Independent Researcher, Canada)

Title: 1.5 generational challenges: an autoethnography

Natalia Chrobak (Jagiellonian University, Poland)

Economic Migration of Ukrainians to the EU: A View from Poland

Yoko Ima-Izumi (University of Tsukuba, Japan)

 A Song for the Sugar-Cane Fields: The Representation of Japanese Migrants in Narrative  Films

Gayathri Hegde (Independent Research, India)  

Identity and adaptation of Tibetan diaspora in India

Anna Porębska (University of Silesia, Poland)

Vanitative(?) nature of memory in times of technological obsession – analysis of James Dashner’s The Maze Runner.

Kristina Kwacz (SUNY Empire State College, USA)

Mining “The Twenty” Via Memory Work: Interpreting One Family’s Story of Migration

Jiri Stepan (University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic)

From South Moravia to South Sweden, Life of Stanislav Schottl

Ruth Webber (University of Leicester, UK)

Remembering home – a photographic discussion of gender, migration and home

Hamid Ebadollahi (Chanzanagh University of Guilan, Iran)
Memory and Nostalgia among Iranian Immigrants

Maya Guez (Paris - SorbonneUniversity, Tel Aviv University)

Euro-Mediterranean Female Memory: The case of Jacqueline Kahanoff

Dorota Kokowicz (University of Wrocław, Poland)

The role of public diplomacy in the process of migration and adaptation experience

Małgorzata Różanska Braniecka (Jagiellonian University, Poland)

ICORN Best Practice

Roger Horn (University of Cape Town & Documentary Production and Film Studies at the SAE Institute Cape Town, South Africa)

These Objects, Those Memories

 Polina Golovátina-Mora Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (Medellín, Colombia).

Who has to adapt whom? Clashes of adaptation and identity in migration.

 Amanda Chalupa (McGill University, Canada)

1.Representations of posttraumatic growth in the narratives of elderly individuals who arrived in New Zealand as child refugees during WWII.

2.My memory of their memories”: Artistic representations of a researcher’s data and interviews.

Kristian Van Haesendonck (University of Antwerp, Belgium) 

Fear, Adaptation and Memory in the work of Jose Eduardo Angualusa and Juan Gabriel Vasquez

Justyna Mahler  (University of Gdańsk, Poland)  

They came from different corners of the world: the migrant melting pot of Cricot Theatre

Hasnul Djohar (University of Exeter, UK)

Migration and Memory in Contemporary American Muslim Women's Fiction

Agnieszka Kulesa (Warsaw School of Economics, Poland)

An untold history: Polish emigrants in Belgium during World War II

Mounir Nasri (Agincourt Community Services Association, Canada)

The Canadian Refugee Sponsorship Program and the Role of Community in Resettlemen

Deniz Kilinc (McGill University, Canada)

Creative Expression and Resilience: A Qualitative Study of an Ecological Community-Based

Intervention with Syrian Refugee Children in Migratory Phase

Jonathan Durand (independent artist, Montreal, Canada)

Alissa Low (McGill University, Canada)

Adaptation and memory in a transient lifestyle: Policy, narrative, and homelessness in Canada














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