Hamburg and Migration Hamburg has grown great and rich by trading around the globe. The mercantile and industrial development of the city would not have been thinkable without the creativity of many immigrants. Hamburg likes to present itself as a …Continue reading →
An exhibition about families from mainly Yugoslavia, Turkey and Pakistan who came in the 1960s and 1970s to work in Danish industries. A three-year-old girl from Yugoslavia is accompanied by her grandmother to Denmark in 1968 to be reunited with …Continue reading →
Humans. In twenty-one locations around Sweden the Museum of Work has started a collaboration between immigrant organisations, working – life museums and study groups. By working together the local groups have depicted migration into their locality. During the summer of …Continue reading →
Editorial: This is WORKLAB’s Newsletter No. 5. The year is 2002, the month of editing is October, not May as was promised rather optimistically. The delay is due to heavy workloads and low staffing at The Workers’ Museum in Copenhagen. …Continue reading →
International budget Papers were distributed which demonstrated the cash flow problems caused by the payment of all the costs for the travelling exhibition by one partner and the subsequent wait for repayment by the EU. Peter Ludvigsen and Morten Bo …Continue reading →
Meeting of the Migration, Work and Identity, Culture 2000 Programme,12-16 June 2002, Museum Arbeitswelt, Steyr, Austria Present: Myna Trustram, Manchester Jaume Matamala, Museu de la Ciència i de la Tècnica de Catalunya, Cath Birchall, People’s History Museum, Manchester Pete Brown, …Continue reading →
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF WORKLAB 23 November 2001 Arbejdermuseet, Copenhagen Minutes (Myna Trustram) Present Michael Parr, Torsten Nilsson (Arbetets Museum); Pete Brown, Sarah Gore, Catharine Rew (People’s History Museum); Anne-Lise Walsted, Peter Ludvigsen, Morten Bo Almstrup (Arbejdermuseet); Jürgen Ellermeyer (Museum …Continue reading →
Speech at the Conference in Copenhagen 2001 The works surrounding you in this hall are the results of two identities combined in one person. The first identity was constructed in the town of Beirut, the second in Copenhagen. But let …Continue reading →
Conference on Migration, Work and Identity Peter Ludvigsen, Workers museum Copenhagen Michael John (University of Linz, Austria) Uffe Østergaard (Danish Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies) Lunchbreak Udo Wiesinger, Museum Arbeitswelt Steyer Thursday 22. – Friday 23. November 2001 Download …Continue reading →
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