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Tanja Bueltmann was born on 1979 in Germany, is a German historian and university teacher.

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In July 2018, Bueltmann founded the EU Citizens’ Champion campaign to facilitate that work. The campaign serves two purposes: to support the3million, the UK’s leading not for profit organisation working to protect EU citizens’ rights, with a fundraiser, and to facilitate engagement activities that help change the narrative about freedom of movement and migration. The campaign launch video – a satire on settled status – features actor and director David Schneider.


In March 2017 she attended Newcastle’s pro-EU rally, and, when interviewed by the BBC, said she had moved from Germany to “contribute to life and society in the UK and I think I’ve been doing that every single day since I arrived eight years ago”. She was a guest speaker at the People’s March for Europe in London in September 2017. Since Britain’s vote to leave the EU, she has written articles for a number of newspapers and online platforms, including the Guardian, HuffPost UK, and Metro.


Bueltmann has publicly spoken out against the government’s Brexit reassurances. She remains concerned about the rights of EU citizens in the UK, and Britons who live in the EU, and continues to take a vocal stand against their being used as bargaining chips in negotiations. When the government made a plea for EU academics to remain in the UK, Bueltmann told the Independent newspaper “if they really meant they want us to stay, they would have guaranteed our rights fully on 24 June 2016”. She later argued in the Times Higher Education, in a rebuttal to the then Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis’s article addressed to EU nationals working in Higher Education, that what everyone failed to see was that the UK is not the destination for EU nationals, but their home.


In 2011, Bueltmann published her thesis “Scottish Ethnicity and the Making of New Zealand Society, 1850-1930”, in which she “sets the scene for Scottish migration to New Zealand”. In 2012 she focused on English communities overseas, co-editing a collection entitled Locating the English the English Diaspora, 1500-2010. She continued to research the movement of Scots overseas, and, in 2015, co-edited The Scottish Diaspora together with Professor Graeme Morton and Dr Andrew Hinson. Later that year she published Clubbing Together: Ethnicity, Civility and Formal Sociability in the Scottish Diaspora to 1930, investigating Scottish ethnicity and associational activism. The book is the 2015 winner of the Saltire Society Scottish Research Book of the Year award. In 2017 Bueltmann published the co-authored monograph The English Diaspora in North America: Migration, Ethnicity and Association, 1730s-1950s, the output of an AHRC funded grant.


Bueltmann studied British Cultural Studies, History and Sociology at Bielefeld University, also spending a year at the University of Edinburgh as an ERASMUS study abroad student, receiving an MA in 2005. Participation in the ERASMUS study abroad programme “laid the roots for her subsequent research and career”. She was a PhD candidate with the Irish-Scottish studies programme at the Victoria University of Wellington, with her PhD research funded by the New Zealand government’s New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarship scheme. While she was a PhD student, Bueltmann published several papers and appeared in national media.


Tanja Bueltmann (born 1979) is a Professor of History at Northumbria University. She specialises in the history of migration and diaspora. She is also a citizens’ rights campaigner and founder of the EU Citizens’ Champion campaign.