- IMER Bergen Seminar: “Cosmopolitanism and the Colonial Disease: Stories and Belonging in Parisian Slam Poetry”
- REMESO: Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society
- Cosmopolitan Sociability: Locating Transnational Religious and Diasporic Networks
- Call for article manuscripts for a Special Issue on Integration Assemblages
- IMISCOE-AUP Series now available through the OAPEN Library
- Refugee Survey Quarterly invites submission of articles
- Conferences and seminars
- Calls for papers for edited volumes
- Masters, PHDs and Post-Docs
- New publications
“Cosmopolitanism and the Colonial Disease: Stories and Belonging in Parisian Slam Poetry”
Cicilie Fagerlid (University of Oslo)
Date: Friday 25 February, 13.15-15.00.
Venue: Seminar room, Uni Rokkan Centre, Nygårdsgaten 5, 6th floor.
Linköping University, Sweden.
REMESO pursues interdisciplinary research, education and knowledge dissemination on transnational migration, ethnic diversity and citizenship. REMESO will in January send out the first issue of its Newsletter, with information about the Institute’s activities, publications, workshops and also what goes on in the wider research field.
Special issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies (Volume 34 Issue 3 2011).
Co-edited by Tsypylma Darieva; Nina Glick Schiller; and Sandra Gruner-Domic.
Nordic Journal of Ethnicity and Migration.
This special issue of Nordic Journal of Ethnicity and Migration invites articles on how integration of migrants in receiving or ‘host’ societies is imagined and realized. Of particular interest are articles that draw on Foucauldian governmentality perspectives to explore this domain.
Guest editors: Randy K. Lippert, Ph.D., University of Windsor, Canada, and Miikka Pyykkönen, Ph.D., University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Submission deadline: 29 April 2011.
IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration, and Social Cohesion) Publication Programme.
This series presents empirical and theoretical scholarship addressing issues of international migration, integration and social cohesion in Europe.
The Refugee Survey Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, academic journal that focuses on the challenges of forced migration from multidisciplinary and policy-oriented perspectives. The Editor now invites submissions of articles from a broad range of disciplines, which might include international relations, politics, law, history, geography, sociology, anthropology, economics, development studies and migration studies.
* NY KAMP OM MIGRASJON, ARBEIDSLIV OG VELFERD – HØYREDREINING I EUROPA?
Dato: Onsdag 2. mars, 08.30-17.30
Sted: Oslo Kongressenter
* MOBILITY, MIGRATION AND DISCONTENT
(Mobilitet, migrasjon og misnøye)
Parallel session A, FAFO Conference 2011.
The session will be in English.
Date: 2 March 2011, 13.00-15.00.
Venue: Oslo Kongressenter.
* HVA ER ET SAMFUNN?
CULCOM – Det aller siste seminaret.
Dato: 6. april 2011, 10.00-16.00.
Sted: Litteraturhuset, Wergelandsveien 29.
* RELIGION, MIGRATION AND THE RE-FORMING OF IDENTITIES IN SOUTHERN EUROPE
European Social Science History Conference.
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 20 March 2011.
Date: 11-14 April 2011.
Venue: Glasgow, Scotland.
* MAKING CONNECTIONS: MIGRATION, GENDER AND CARE LABOUR IN TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXT
COMPAS, Oxford University and CIRCLE, University of Leeds.
Registration deadline: 23 March 2011.
Date: 14 – 15 April 2011.
Venue: Merton College, Oxford University.
* RACE AND IMMIGRATION IN THE AMERICAN CITY: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON THE 21ST CENTURY INTERGROUP RELATIONS
Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, University of Chicago.
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 25 March 2011.
Date: 20 May 2011.
Venue: Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture.
* RELIGION AND ETHNICITY BETWEEN WEST AFRICA AND EUROPE: A TRANSNATIONAL FEEDBACK LOOP?
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 4 April 2011.
Date: 6-8 June 2011.
Venue: Lublin, Poland.
* GLOBAL MIGRATION AND MULTICULTURALISM: RELIGION, SOCIETY, POLICY AND POLITICS
CRONEM 7th Annual Conference.
Date: 28 – 29 June 2011
Venue: University of Surrey, UK.
* ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE AND MIGRATION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Rachel Carson Centre (RCC).
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 10 March 2011.
Date: 4-6 August 2011.
Venue: Munich, Germany.
* MIGRATION FUTURES: PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL CHANGES
16th international Metropolis conference.
Call for workshop proposals. Submission deadline: 18 March 2011.
Date: 12 – 16 September 2011.
Venue: Ponta Delgada, Azores islands.
* MIGRANT LABOUR: CONTESTED INTEGRATION, PROSPECTS FOR CITIZENSHIP
The Peace Institute, Institute for Contemporary Social and Political Studies.
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 22 April 2011.
Date: 15–16 September 2011.
Venue: Ljubljana, Slovenia.
* GLOBAL DIASPORA KASHMIRIS: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL GEOGRAPHIES, AND THE POLITICS OF IDENTITY, RELIGION AND CULTURE
This collection will publish the leading current academic research on the Kashmiri diaspora and issues of transnationalism, exploring new avenues for theory-building, research and policy development.
Editors: Dr Tahir Abbas, Fatih University, Istanbul, Dr Gill Cressey, Coventry University, UK, and Dr Serena Hussain, Oxford University, UK.
Submission deadline: 18 March 2011.
* CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS FOR EDITED VOLUME ON SOCIALIST MIGRATIONS
Editors: Prof. Katrin Hansing (Baruch College, City University New York) and Prof. Maxim Matusevich (Seton Hall University).
* ESRC MASTER SCHOLARSHIPS IN MIGRATION STUDIES
COMPAS, University of Oxford.
At least 3 ESRC scholarships will be allocated to the programmes of MSc in Migration Studies and of MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies from October 2011.
Application Deadline: 11 March 2011.
* DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIPS IN TRANSCULTURAL STUDIES
The Graduate Programme for Transcultural Studies of the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context” at Heidelberg University welcomes applications for eight doctoral scholarships.
Application deadline: 31 March 2011.
* PHD SCHOLARSHIP: ‘INDIGENEITY ACROSS BOUNDARIES’
The University of Tromsø welcomes applications for a full financed 4 year PhD fellowship in social anthropology.
Application deadline: 1 April 2011.
* POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS WITHIN THE ‘GLOBALDIVERSITIES’ PROJECT
The Max Planck Institute in Göttingen, Germany, seeks to appoint three post-doctoral research fellows in Urban Anthropology or Sociology, each for three years. The anthropologists/sociologists will be employed to conduct research respectively in the following locations: New York (likely Astoria in Queens), Johannesburg (likely Hillbrow) and Singapore.
Application deadline: 25 February 2011.
* POST-DOCTORAL POSITION AT THE CENTRE FOR WELFARE STATE RESEARCH
University of Southern Denmark, Odense.
The successful applicant is expected to contribute to research on the restructuring of European welfare states. The Centre for Welfare State Research especially welcomes applications from researchers with experience in the areas of ‘parties and welfare politics’, ‘family policies’ and ‘immigration and the welfare state’.
Application deadline: 1 March 2011.
* POST-DOCTORAL POSITIONS IN MIGRATION STUDIES
CESNOVA, the Institute for Sociological Studies at the Nova University of Lisbon, is interested in recruiting two post-doc fellows for strengthening its research capacity on migration studies in the following areas:
– Migration and development, with a special interest in Sub-Saharan Africa.
– Migration and social change, with a special interest in migrants’ cultural production.
Application deadline: 4 March 2011.
* POSTDOCTOR POSITION IN MIGRATION AND ETHNIC STUDIES
Linköping University, Sweden.
The postdoctoral position holder is expected to conduct high level research to the extent of at least 80 per cent of full time duties, within REMESO’s research programme, with a focus on migration-related developments within the ICT sector.
* Agier, Michel (2011): Managing the Undesirables: Refugee Camps and Humanitarian Government. Polity Books.
* Andersson, R., H. Dhalmann, E. Holmqvist, T.M. Kauppinen, L. Magnusson Turner, H. Skifter Andersen, S. Søholt, M. Vaattovaara, K. Vilkama, T. Wessel & S. Yousfi (2010): Immigration, housing and segregation in the Nordic welfare states. Department of Geosciences and Geography C2, University of Helsinki.
* Gatrell, Peter (2011): Free World? The Campaign to Save the World’s Refugees, 1956–1963. Cambridge University Press.
* Janoski, Thomas (2010): The Ironies of Citizenship: Naturalization and Integration in Industrialized Countries. Cambridge University Press.
* Kanics, Jyothi, Daniel Senovilla Hernández and Kristina Touzenis (eds.) (2010): Migrating Alone: Unaccompanied and Separated Children’s Migration to Europe. UNESCO Publishing.
* Kumar, P. Pratap (ed.) (2011): Religion and the South Asian Diaspora. Special issue of South Asian Diaspora, Vol. 3, issue 1.
* Okubo, Shiro and Louise Shelley (eds.) (2011): Human Security, Transnational Crime and Human Trafficking. Asian and Western Perspectives. Routledge.
* O’Mahony, Lorna Fox and James A. Sweeney (2010): The Idea of Home in Law: Displacement and Dispossession. Ashgate.
* Piguet, Étienne, Antoine Pécoud and Paul de Guchteneire (2010): “Migration and Climate Change: an Overview”. Working paper no. 79, published by COMPAS in collaboration with UNESCO.
* Sawyer, Caroline and Brad K. Blitz (eds.) (2011): Statelessness in the European Union: Displaced, Undocumented, Unwanted. Cambridge University Press.
* Schiller, Nina Glick and Ayse Caglar (eds.) (2010): Locating Migration: Rescaling Cities and Migrants. Cornell University Press.
* Schiller, Nina Glick and Thomas Faist (2010): Migration, Development and Transnationalization: A Critical Stance. Berghahn Books.
* Søholt, Susanne og Arne Holm (2010): Desentraliserte asylmottak og bosetting. NIBR-rapport 2010:13, Norsk institutt for by- og regionforskning, Oslo.
* Ullah, AKM Ahsan (2010): Population Migration and Asia: Theories and Practice. NOVA Publishers.