Outputs

Welcome to the outputs section of our website.  

Here you will find links to publications, videos and audio outputs that we have created, many of which illuminate or expand on our current or past events and exhibitions.

For more information on our project, please visit the About Us section of our website.

  • No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain

    A video showcasing our exhibition No Turning Back: Seven Migration Moments that Changed Britain. Read more

  • Migration Museum Project’s 2017 Annual Lecture with Gary Younge

    Journalist and author Gary Younge looks at how immigration is understood in the current age and what the consequences are in terms of migration, social anxiety and democracy. Read more

  • George Alagiah at the launch of Migration Museum at The Workshop

    BBC newsreader and journalist George Alagiah, one of our Distinguished Friends, spoke at the launch of the Migration Museum at The Workshop in May 2017. Read more

  • Migration Museum at The Workshop Launch

    Highlights of the launch party for our Migration Museum at The Workshop. Read more

  • The Open University presents: Migrants at the Centre – Looking beyond Marginalisation and Exclusion

    A video of a talk organised by The Open University and hosted at the Migration Museum at The Workshop in July 2017, in in which academics and third sector representatives came together to problematise the ‘migrant as outsider’ discourse. Read more

  • The Open University presents: Statelessness as Displacement in Situ

    A video of a talk organised by The Open University and hosted at the Migration Museum at The Workshop in July 2017, in which participants discussed statelessness as displacement and looked at what this means for our wider understanding of displacement, expulsion, and exclusion from states and international systems. Read more

  • Call me by my name – Curator’s insights

    Curator Sue McAlpine takes us behind the scenes to explain the objectives and approach to the Migration Museum Project’s exhibition Call me by name: stories from Calais and beyond. Read more

  • Call me by my name: stories from Calais and beyond

    A video showcasing our Call Me by My Name: Stories from Calais and Beyond exhibition at Londonewcastle Project Space in London in June 2016. Read more

  • What if a picture could tell a story? Second and Third Generation Migrants.

    What if a picture could tell a story? This short film by Lola Gazounaud explores stories of second and third generation migrants. Read more

  • Lily Ebert

    Lily Ebert tells the incredible story of her small gold pendant, a photograph of which features in our 100 Images of Migration exhibition. Read more

  • Lord Moser on Migration

    Lord Moser, a Distinguished Friend of the Migration Museum Project, shares his thoughts on the value of migration. Read more

  • Joanna Lumley backs MMP

    Joanna Lumley is a Distinguished Friend of the Migration Museum Project and joined Neil MacGregor (Director of the British Museum) in opening our second touring exhibition, Germans in Britain, at the German Historical Institute in Bloomsbury on 6th October 2014, where she delivered this rousing speech. Read more

  • Great Minds: Berlin to Britain

    Photograph of Lord Moser speaking with Carl Miller and Susie Harries also on stage listening.

    On 22nd October 2014, Lord Moser and playwright Carl Miller joined writer Susie Harries in conversation at the Goethe Institut London for a Migration Museum Project Great Minds event in partnership with CARA. Read more

  • Lady Kishwar Desai on Partition, 70 years on

    Listen to our 2017 LSE–MMP annual lecture on Partition, 70 years on, given by Lady Kishwar Desai. Read more

  • Robert Tombs on English migration history

    On 18 November 2015, Robert Tombs delivered our second Annual Lecture in partnership with the London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Listen to the audio podcast. Read more

  • Michael Rosen on The Languages of Migration

    Michael Rosen speaking in a thoughtful pose, gesturing with one hand, holding his notes in the other

    Audio podcast and transcript of Michael Rosen’s The Languages of Migration talk for the Migration Museum Project – London School of Economics inaugural annual Public Lecture. Read more

  • Migration in the Digital Age audio

    Immigration used to involve packing an entire life into a suitcase and moving to a new country for good. Now, with modern communications and transport, it is far more fluid and dynamic. Modern migrants need not lose contact with their old homes; they can keep old ties refreshed; and families can span the globe. Children… Read more

  • Migrants and Medicine audio

    Great Minds is a new series looking at how people from migrant backgrounds have contributed to life in the UK in different fields Read more

  • DNA and Migration audio

    There’s been a huge explosion of interest in genetic genealogy and personal DNA testing. But how much do we know about Read more