Professor Frank Wolff, the Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Notre Dame, will present a lunchtime lecture entitled "Migration Regimes: The Genealogy of a Concept" on Friday, November 18th at 12:30 p.m. Free lunches will be available on a limited first come-first served basis. Free and open to all.
Professor Frank Wolff, the Max Kade Distinguished Visiting Professor at the University of Notre Dame, is an Assistant Professor in the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS)/Modern History at Osnabrück University (Germany). Wolff earned his doctorate from the Bielefeld Graduate School in History and Sociology in 2011. He published his first monograph with Böhlau on the transnational history of the Jewish Labor Bund in 2014. It won the 2016 Humanities International Award and will be published in English by Brill and Haymarket Press. He is recently working on a monograph on German-German migrations during the period of the Berlin Wall. Wolff now organizes the Interdisciplinary Research Group on Migration Regimes at IMIS and is co-editing the first volume of its new book series.