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Cultures of Migration: Windrush in Historical and Literary Perspective
Events are social. A diverse range of research topics featured in other workshop sessions — including hunting magic and death narratives, maritime migration, tangible and intangible heritage, digital kinning to support ageing people, and the discourse of displacement. A presentation by Katie Kuschminder Maastricht University , explored the experiences of Eritrean and Nigerian migrants prior to getting on the boats for Italy.
Ms Kuschminder demonstrated that, contrary to popular belief, Italy was not the destination choice of most migrants. Most preferred to stay within Africa but were pushed onwards from Ethiopia, Sudan and Libya, as they could not find safety and sustainable lives in these countries. These days Rottnest Island is a popular tourist spot but it was once a prison for Indigenous men. It is also the largest deaths in custody site in Australia, and the largest known burial ground of Aboriginal people. Workshop participants were troubled to learn that tourist accommodation had been made from the cells, and that they still housed holidaymakers.