Borders and Identity

Issues of belonging, bordering and border crossing are studied with respect to their historical dimension. IHIST brings together historical and anthropological investigations of border practices and perceptions, political participation, migration and mobility, identifications and memory cultures from Gallo-Roman times to the current ‘Greater Region Saar-Lor-Lux’. Situated at the crossroads of Europe and characterized by the permeability of its borders for most of its history, Luxembourg provides a particularly rich field for the study of questions of belonging and identity construction throughout time.

LODOCAT
Chrétientés lotharingiennes – Dorsale catholique, IXe-XVIIIe siècle

LUXFUT
Futures and Pasts in Transition.

LUX-ID
Collective experiences, intergenerational memory and identity constructions in Luxembourg

ILUX
Identitéiten zu Lëtzebuerg – Identités au Luxembourg – Identitäten in Luxemburg

CROSS-BORDER RESIDENCE
Identity experience and integration processes in the Greater Region

LA MEMOIRE DE LA « RESISTANCE  »
au prisme d’une histoire comparée des associations d’anciens résistants du Luxembourg, de l’Alsace, de la Moselle et de la Belgique de l’Est (1944-2017)

LA « DEUXIÈME GÉNÉRATION » ISSUE DE L’IMMIGRATION PORTUGAISE AU LUXEMBOURG
(Re)construction identitaire et sentiments de (non)appartenance au cours de parcours de vie

JOHANN FRIEDRICH SCHANNAT AND THE EUROPEAN REPUBLIC OF LETTERS
Practices of Historcial-Critical Scholarship between Communication, the Making of Knowledge and Identification