Professor Klaus Neumann’s New Article in Ethic and Racial Studies Journal

Professor Klaus Neumann and Dr Karina Horsti‘s article, ‘Memorializing Mass Deaths at the Border: Two Cases from Canberra (Australia) and Lampedusa (Italy)’, in Ethic and Racial Studies (2017), is available to read online. 

Professor Neumann has held teaching and research positions at universities in Germany and Australia, and worked as an independent historian in Australia and New Zealand. He has written extensively about public memories in postwar Germany; colonial history and memory in Papua New Guinea; immigration, refugee and asylum seeker policies; civilian internment; volcanoes; and New Zealand forestry, among other topics.

Dr Horsti is is Senior Lecturer and Academy of Finland Fellow at the University of Jyväskylä.


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