Historias 12 - Lily Balloffet on migration, networks, and public outreach

Migration is a signature feature of the contemporary world that preoccupies still the attention of scholars and the concern of policymakers and the broader public.

Dr. Lily Balloffet sits down with Steven to discuss her research on eastern Mediterranean migrants to Argentina, her public outreach, and her interaction with the Museo de la Inmigración in Buenos Aires. In addition, Dr. Balloffet explains her introduction to Digital Humanities and its impact on her work and her pedagogy.
 

 
Additional resources:

 

Museo de la Inmigración

 

Lily on Academia.edu

 

Rwany Sibaja and Lily Balloffet, “Digital Approaches to Research and Pedagogy in Latin American Studies,” The Latin Americanist 62, no. 1 (2018), 99-117.

 

Lily Balloffet, “Argentine and Egyptian History Entangled: From Perón to Nasser,” Journal of Latin American Studies, published online October 30, 2017.

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