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The scholar Grete Mostny: how a white young woman changed Chile’s National Historiography after her flight from the National Socialists in 1938/39
febrero 25 @ 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Linda Erker (Universität Wien)
Coordina Oliver Hochadel (IMF-CSIC)
Actividad organizada por el Grupo de Historia de la Ciencia, IMF-CSIC
Forced migration as a reaction to National Socialism represents individual as well as simultaneously collective, transnational, and global experiences. The talk argues that the biography of the archaeologist Grete Mostny (1914–1991) offers an exemplary case study of such processes of adaptation on individual, collective, and academic levels.
My paper uses Mostny’s career as a lens through which to detect connected histories and entangled hegemonies in Chilean society, especially in academia. Moreover, it elaborates on the importance of certain sociological factors to be able to establish oneself as a scholar in exile. Thereby I will show that the categories of race and ethnicity played a central role in the field of knowledge production and for career developments far away from home.
25 de febrero del 2022, 12:00 (CET)
Online y presencial: Aula de seminarios (1er piso) IMF-CSIC,
c/ Egipcíaques, 15, 08001 Barcelona
Preinscripción obligatoria (escribir a firstname.lastname@example.org antes del 24 de febrero)