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09.-11.04.2014 Workshop: Medical Selection Examinations during the Recruitment of Work-Related Migrants in Europe between 1950 and 1990

April 9-11, 2014

Workshop:
Medical Selection Examinations during the Recruitment of Work-Related Migrants in Europe between 1950 and 1990

Institute for the History of Medicine, Justus Liebig University Giessen
Conference organizers: Sascha Topp and Volker Roelcke

Programme

Wednesday, April 9

15:00
Get-together
 

15:30
Welcome and Introduction

16:00
The Construction of the Labour Migrant’s Body:
West Germany’s Recruitment of Turkish Labour from 1961 to 1973
Maria Kramer, GSSSH Koç University (Istanbul), Turkey 

16:45
Coffee break

17:15
"… sold like cattle on the cattle market"
West German medical examinations for the regulated recruitment of "Guest Workers" from Italy, Spain (and Turkey), 1955-1973
Sascha Topp, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany 

18:00
The historical Development of the Health Conditions of Migrant Women from Turkey in Germany, in the Mirror of interdisciplinary Discourse 

Asli Topal-Cevahir, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany

18:45
Commentary

Michael Knipper, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

20:00
Dinner
 

Thursday, April 10 

10:00
Medical Examinations and Diseases as Exclusion Risks in individual Biographies:
The Case of Belgium and Western Germany
Jenny Pleinen, Augsburg University, Germany

10:45
Quick adaptable People with clear X-rays: Yugoslavs on "temporary work"

Vladimir Ivanović, University of Innsbruck, Austria

11:30
Coffee break
 

12:00
"We would prefer agile and skilled boys"
["Wendige und geschickte Burschen wären uns am liebsten"]
Discourses and Recruitment Practices of Migrant Workers in the Context of the History of Labour Migration to Austria
Vida Bakondy, University of Innsbruck, Austria 

12:45
Commentary

Jürgen Dinkel, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany

13:00
Lunch

14:30
Zionism, Immigration and Public Health:

Medical Selection Practices from the British Mandate to Mass Immigration (1920-1956)

Nadav Davidovitch, co-author Rakefet Zalashik, Tel Aviv University, Israel / Moses Mendelssohn Center, University of Potsdam, Germany 

15:15
Ethnicity, Ability, Health:

Medical and Social Selection among Co-Ethnic Immigrants to Israel and West Germany (1950s-1960s)

Jannis Panagiotidis, Imre Kertesz Kolleg Jena Germany / European University Institute Florence, Italy

16:00
Coffee break
 

16:30
Exceptional, Imperial or Just Inefficient:
Medical Border Management in Britain, 1948-2005
Roberta Bivins, University of Warwick, United Kingdom

17:30
Commentary
Katharina Kreuder-Sonnen, University of Bonn, Germany 

19:00
Dinner

Friday, April 11 

10.00
Medical Technologies of Managed Migration:
The Bracero Program in Global Context, 1942-64
Julie Weise, University of Oregon, USA

10:45
Medical Selection at the Transition of Work Migration and Immigration:
Sketches and Thesis on Risk Perception and Preventive Measures in 20th Century
Sascha Topp, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany 

11:30
Commentary
(N.N.)

11:45
Coffee break
 

12.00
Final Discussion and Concluding Remarks

13.00
Buffet lunch