- IMER Bergen Seminar: “Vocabulary of Motivation: Reasons for Participation in Social Movements”
- Provisions of Welfare to ‘Irregular Migrants’
- EUMARGINS: On the Margins of the European Community
- Migratory Portal
- Professorat i Migrasjonsstudier, Aalborg Universitet
- Conferences and seminars
- Masters, PHDs and Post-Docs
- New publications
“Vocabulary of Motivation: Reasons for Participation in Social Movements”
Carl-Endre Espeland ( University of Bergen)
Date: Friday 1 April, 13.15-15.00.
Venue: Seminar room, Uni Rokkan Centre, Nygårdsgaten 5, 6 th floor.
IMER Bergen, in collaboration with the Faculty of Law, UoB and Nordic Migration Research (NMR), is organizing a 2 days kick-off conference for the research project “Provision of Welfare to ‘Irregular Migrants’” (PROVIR).
PROVIR will investigate the Norwegian welfare system’s assessment of irregular migrants’ rights and their actual social and health situation from a combined legal and social science approach, examining the complex relationship between law, institutional practice, and migrants’ lived experience.
Date : 12-13 May 2011
Venue: Faculty of Law (Dragefjellet, Magnus Lagabøtes plass 1), Auditorium 4, Bergen
EUMARGINS is a collaborative project financed by The Seventh Framework Programme for research and technological development (FP7) of the European Union. The project investigates experiences of young adult immigrants in seven urban-metropolitan areas in seven different European countries: Norway ( Oslo), Sweden (Gothenburg), the United Kingdom ( London), Italy ( Genoa), France (Metz/Nancy), Spain ( Barcelona) and Estonia ( Tallinn). Briefly, the research project seeks to find out what it is that hinders inclusion of young adult immigrants in some European countries, and what it is that opens up for it.
The Statistical Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) has developed an inventory of information sources and institutions dealing with migration issues. Called migratory, this inventory identifies over 1800 sources located in the UNECE region.
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Ved Det Samfundsvidenskabelige Fakultet, Institut for Kultur og Globale Studier, er en stilling om professor med særlige opgaver inden for Migration, herunder eksklusions- og inklusionsprocesser ledig til besættelse fra 1. november 2011 eller snarest derefter. Stillingen er tidsbegrænset til 5 år.
Ansøgningsfrist: 26. april 2011
* HVA ER ET SAMFUNN?
CULCOM – Det aller siste seminaret.
Dato: Onsdag 6. april 10.00-16.00.
Sted: Litteraturhuset, Wergelandsveien 29, Oslo.
* MIGRATION: ECONOMIC CHANGE, SOCIAL CHANGE
NORFACE Research Programme on Migration and the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM).
Date: 6-9 April 2011.
Venue: University College London.
* WHAT’S NEW ABOUT THE NEW IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S.? TRADITIONS AND TRANSFORMATIONS SINCE 1965
Date: 7-9 April 2011.
Venue: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.
* PILGRIMAGE IN A CHANGING EUROPE
Workshop. Registration by 2 May 2011.
Date: 2 June 2011.
Venue: Department of Geography, University College London.
* “MANAGING” MUSLIM MIGRATION IN THE 21 ST CENTURY: BETWEEN SPIRITUAL GEOGRAPHIES AND GLOBAL SECURITY REGIMES
Call for abstracts to Panel for the 2011 AAA Meetings. Submission deadline: 30 March 2011.
Date: 16-20 November 2011.
Venue: Montreal, Canada.
* MIGRATION AND THE STATE: ETHNICITY, CITIZENSHIP, AND TRANSNATIONALISM
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 1 September 2011.
Please send abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date : 1-2 December 2011.
Venue : Warsaw.
* RELIGION, MIGRATION AND THE RE-FORMING OF IDENTITIES IN SOUTHERN EUROPE
European Social Science History Conference.
Call for abstracts to group session. Submission deadline : 31 March 2011.
Date: 11-14 April 2012.
Venue: Glasgow, UK.
* SPORTS, LEISURE, RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY IN AFRICA & THE AFRICAN DIASPORA
5thAASR/IAHR Regional Conference.
Call for papers and panels. Submission deadline: 30 August 2011.
Date: 18-23 July 2012.
Venue: Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya.
* MA IN MIGRATION AT LEIDEN UNIVERSITY
At Leiden University in the Netherlands it is possible to pursue an MA in Migration and Global Interdependence as a specialization of an MA in History.
The deadline for students who need a visa and/or housing is 1 April 2011.
* CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS: RESEARCHING ETHNICITIES, IDENTITIES, AND POLITICS IN A GLOBALISED WORLD
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 25 March 2011.
Date: 21-22 May 2011.
Venue: Exeter Centre for Ethno-Political Studies, University of Exeter
* SUMMER COURSE ON REFUGEE AND FORCED MIGRATION ISSUES
The summer courseis open to both academics and practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge of contemporary critical elements of forced migration/refugee issues.
Date: 8-15 May 2011.
Venue: The Centre for Refugee Studies at York University, Toronto, Canada.
* Cremers, Jan (2011): In search of cheap labour in Europe. Working and living conditions of posted workers. Utrecht: International Books.
* Engebrigtsen, A. I. (2011): “Ali’s Disappearance: The Tension of Moving and Dwelling in the Norwegian Welfare Society”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(2):277-297.
* Handmaker, Jeff, Lee Anne de la Hunt and Jonathan Klaaren (eds.) (2010): Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa. Berghahn Books.
*Lidén, Hilde, Marie Louise Seeberg og Ada Engebrigtsen (2011): ”Medfølgende barn i asylmottak – livssituasjon, mestring, tiltak”. ISF Rapport (2011: 001). Oslo: Institutt for samfunnsforskning.
* Manger, Leif (2010): The Hadrami Diaspora: Community Building on the Indian Ocean Rim. Berghahn Books.
* Modood, Tariq (2010): Still Not Easy Being British: Struggles for a Multicultural Citizenship. Trentham Books.
* Piper, Nicola and Amber French (2011) (guest eds.): Female Migration Outcomes: Human Rights Perspectives. Diversities Vol. 13 (1).
* Rabben, Linda (2011): Give Refuge to the Stranger: The Past, Present, and Future of Sanctuary. Left Coast Press.
* Seland, Idunn og Hilde Lidén (2011): ”Fritidsaktiviteter for barn på asylmottak”. ISF Rapport (2011:002) Oslo: Institutt for samfunnsforskning.
* Sønsterudbråten, Silje (2010): “Veien videre: Evaluering av kvalifiserings- og opplæringsopplegget som tilbys enslige mindreårige med begrensede oppholdstillatelser”. Fafo-rapport 2010: 46.
* Sønsterudbråten, Silje, Marion Marmorat and Cecilie Øien (2011): “No way in, no way out? A study of living conditions of irregular migrants in Norway”. Fafo-rapport.
* Vassenden, Anders and Mette Andersson (2011): “Whiteness, non-whiteness and ‘faith information control’: religion among young people in Grønland, Oslo”. In Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 34(4): 574-593.
* Vevstad, Vigdis og Charlotte Mysen (2011): “Normative European Jurisprudence in a Refugee and Migration context”. ISF Rapport (2011:003). Oslo: Institutt for samfunnsforskning.
* Xavier, Constantino (2011): “Experimenting with Diasporic Incorporation: The Overseas Citizenship of India”. In Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Vol. 17 (1): 34-53.