- IMER Bergen Seminar: “Religious Traditions and Muslim Youth in Europe”
- IMER Bergen Seminar Series spring 2011
- PhD Fellowship on ‘irregular migrants’
- ISF søker migrasjonsforsker
- Settling into Motion
- Virtual Seminar: Discourse analytical approaches towards uncovering power relations, with a specific focus on race/whiteness
- Conferences and seminars
- Calls for abstracts to edited volumes
- New publications
”Religious Traditions and Muslim Youth in Europe”
Christine M. Jacobsen launches her new book Islamic Traditions and Muslim youth in Norway, in conversation with Jonas Otterbeck and Synnøve Bendixsen.
Date: Friday 21 January, 13.15-16.00.
Venue: Seminar room, Uni Rokkan Centre, Nygårdsgaten 5, 5th floor.
The 2011 spring program for the IMER Bergen seminars is now available.
A three-year PhD position is available at IMER, Uni Rokkan Centre from 1st of June 2011. The position is part of the project «Provision of Welfare to Irregular Migrants» (PROVIR). The project is funded by the Research Council of Norway, through the research program Welfare, working life and migration (VAM), and runs from 2011 to 2014.
Deadline for applications: 11th February 2011.
Institutt for Samfunnsforskning (ISF) søker migrasjonsforsker med høy samfunnsvitenskapelig og/eller juridisk kompetanse (doktorgrad/PhD/mastergrad).
Søknadsfrist: 10. februar 2011.
The Bucerius Ph.D Scholarships in Migration Studies.
Call for applications.
For 2011, research applications on “Migration, Citizenship and Human Rights” are especially welcome.
Application deadline: 24 January 2011.
Virtual Seminar: Discourse analytical approaches towards uncovering power relations, with a specific focus on race/whiteness
White Spaces Network, WUN (Worldwide Universities Network).
If you would like to attend this seminar please email Say Burgin at email@example.com .
You will require a computer with headset and speakers and an internet connection. You will be sent a web link ahead of the event. No additional software is required.
Date: 24 January, 19.00-20.30 (UK time)
* REMAKING CITIZENSHIP: WOMEN’S MOVEMENTS, GENDER, DIVERSITY
FEMCIT Final Conference
Date: 20 January 2011, 09.30-17.15
Venue: University of Oslo
* REFLEKSJONSPERIODEN: ET PUSTEROM ELLER EN NY START FOR OFRE FOR MENNESKEHANDEL?
Fafo-frokost med rapportlansering.
Tid: Onsdag 26. januar 2011, 08.30-09.45.
Sted: Fafos lokaler i Borggata 2B på Grønland i Oslo.
Påmelding innen 25. januar.
* IMMIGRATION: BRINGING THE WORLD TO CANADA
Date: 23-26 March 2011.
Venue: Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Canada.
Registration will close one week before the conference.
* MIGRATION, ETHNICISATION AND THE CHALLENGE OF DIVERSITY: THE “OTHERS” IN EUROPE AND BEYOND
Date: 28-29 April 2011.
Venue: Université Libre de Bruxelles.
* RETHINKING INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
NHE Summer Seminar for College and University Teachers.
Date: 13 june-15 July 2011.
Venue: UCLA Campus.
Application deadline: 1 March 2011.
* LEADERSHIP IN THE MULTICULTURAL WORLD: EXPLORING NEW FRONTIERS OF LEADERSHIP THEORY, METHOD AND PRACTICE
7th Biennial Conference of the International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR).
Date: 24-28 July 2011.
* RESEARCH NETWORK 35 “SOCIOLOGY OF MIGRATION”
Call for abstracts for papers to be presented at the 10th bi-annual ESA Conference.
Date: 7-10 September 2011.
Submission deadline: 25 February 2011.
* Global Diaspora Kashmiris: Social and cultural geographies, and the politics of identity, religion and culture
Call for Papers to edited volume.
Interested authors should send a 500-word abstract together with a 250-word biography
to the editors:
Dr Tahir Abbas, Associate Professor, Fatih University, Istanbul, Turkey
Dr Gill Cressey, Senior Lecturer, Coventry University, UK
Dr Serena Hussain, Research Fellow, Oxford University, UK
Submission deadline: Friday 18 March 2011.
* Muslim Global Civil Society: A comparative analysis of the politics and culture of giving and sharing
Call for abstracts to edited volume.
Interested authors ahould submit an abstract of around 500 words and a 250-word biographical portrait to the editors: Tahir Abbas, Nuri Tinaz and Talip Kücükcan.
Submission deadline: 27 May 2011.
* Andersson, Mette (2010): “Global integration in the Nation: The Emergence of Non-White Athletes and Anti-Racist Initiatives in Norwegian Elite Sport”. Pp. 150-166 in Sport and Challenges to Racism, edited by Jonathon Long and Karl Spracklen. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillian.
* Andersson, Mette (2010): “The social imaginary of first generation Europeans”, Social Identities vol. 16(1): 3-21.
* Basaran, Tugba (2010): Security, Law and Borders: At the Limits of Liberties. Routledge.
* Betts, Alexander (ed.) (2011): Global Migration Governance. Oxford University Press.
* Betts, Alexander and Gil Loescher (eds.) (2010): Refugees in International Relations. Oxford Univeristy Press.
* Blitz, Brad K. and Maureen Lynch (eds.) (2011): Statelessness and Citizenship: A Comparative Study of the Benefits of Nationality. Edward Elgar Publishing.
* Eggebø, Helga (2010): “The Problem of Dependency: Immigration, Gender, and the Welfare State”, Social Politics, Vol 17, Issue 3, p. 295-322.
* Haggard, Stephan and Marcus Noland (2011): Witness to Transformation: Refugee Insights into North Korea. Peterson Institute for International Economics.
* Jacobsen, Christine M. (2011): Islamic Traditions and Muslim youth in Norway. Leiden: Brill.
* King, R., R. Black, M. Collyer, A. Fielding and R. Skeldon (2010): The Atlas of Human Migration: Global Patterns of People on the Move. The Earthscan Atlas Series.
* Lindley, Anna (2010): The Early Morning Phonecall: Somali Refugees’ Remittance. Berghahn Books.
* McDowell, Christopher and Gareth Morrell (2010): Displacement beyond Conflict: Challenges for the 21st Century. Berghahn Books.
* Sicakkan, Hakan (2010): “The Rights of Refugees”. In Cushman, Thomas (ed.) Handbook of Human Rights. Routledge, London.
* Williams, Lucy (2010): Global marriage: cross-border marriage migration in global context. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.