Alejandro's MA thesis: stories of migration in 1747

Cohort 7 graduate Alejandro Salamanca is absolutely passionate about history. As a historian himself, he looked at each and every EMMIR course through the lens of history, which resulted in a fascinating research project named "A floating microcosm: stories of migration in 1747". Why floating? Well, because he did outstanding historical research about a ship that made the route Spain - Mexico in 1747, gathered dozens of letters and documents that helped him draw an interesting picture of the complexities of migration in the 18th century.

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EMMIR is a 2-year Erasmus Mundus master's degree in Migration and Intercultural Relations run by a consortium of 7 partner institutions in Europe and Africa. 

Last website update: January 2021

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