27th September— Old University Building, Rheinsprung 9, Basel
Many people today are mobile and migrate for both their professional and private lives. Seizing opportunities, taking chances, and showing flexibility are characteristics associated with highly qualified professionals who choose to relocate.
Relevant considerations for those contemplating relocation include individual aims and wishes, but also career and educational outlooks for both themselves and their family, demands of universities and companies, as well as political and economic conditions.
The Swiss Society for Folklore Studies SSFS, which was founded in 1896 with the aim of researching and documenting historical and modern-day forms of everyday culture in Switzerland, has this year organized a speakers’ series under the theme of “Migration and Mobility.”
Supported by the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHAS), the Basel branch of the SSFS will be hosting an English/German event at 18:15 (6:15 pm) in which recent research will be discussed – PWG member Lorraine Rytz-Thériault is one of the panelists – regarding the consideration involved in relocating for success for people on career and/or educational paths.
The event, which will be followed by an apéro – catered by PWG member Rylla Resler – will take place at the
Institute of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology: old University building, Rheinsprung 9, Basel
For further information and to register, please contact
Dr. Sabine Eggmann at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Lorraine Rytz at email@example.com