Migration Stories from the 2016 Salzburg Academy
This multimedia essay features eight different migration stories from participants in the 2016 Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change. We highlighted the importance of personal artifacts as components of one’s identity and one’s migratory patterns. Click on the links below to see the full stories!
Sometimes the best stories about migration start with a telling detail. What are the objects that migrants hold dear?
Passing through ports has shattered my sense of home. Learn how mobility has shaped my life.
There is more to a phone than just absent minded tasks. Learn how I use it.
The bitterness and sweetness of coffee has comforted me throughout my travels. Hear my story and connect with its essence.
The beautiful Japanese art form of Kintsugi mended the monk. The process symbolizes how I reassembled my cultural identity.
Dance is its own language and it brings its own pure joy. Watch my feet say what I cannot.
Two people, eight letters, four countries and thirty-two years of love. Join me and travel through this love story.
Ancestors I never met connected me with family I didn’t know I had. Come and meet them.
Fantasy helps ease the hardships of reality. Learn how Harry met Sofie.