366 Transnational family migrations

Thursday, August 2, 2012: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
NB 436 (Faculty of Economics)

RC38 Biography and Society (host committee)

Language: English
Session Organizers:
Ursula APITZSCH, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany and Irini SIOUTI, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Chair:
Irini SIOUTI, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“I come from a very interesting family!” Translating cultural capital (Oral Presentation)
Darja KLINGENBERG, Goethe University , Germany

Transnational daughters – The inter-generational migration project of Russian au pair workers and their families (Oral Presentation)
Caterina ROHDE, Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology, Germany

‘Private transnationality' within the realm of mixed marriages in Soviet and independent Estonia (Oral Presentation)
Uku LEMBER, Central European University, Hungary

Ethnicity and belonging as lived dimensions in mixed marriages (Oral Presentation)
Eran GNDZ, University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt, Germany; Ursula APITZSCH, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Familiar experiences among continents (Portugal Africa Brazil) (Oral Presentation)
Zeila DEMARTINI, Universidade Metodista de So Paulo - CERU - CNPq, Brazil

Transnational family ties between Cuba and Germany: Isolation, restrictions and agency (Oral Presentation)
Rosa Mara BRANDHORST, University of Goettingen, Germany