- PhD Conference: Transnational Migration and Global Development
- Nordic Journal of Migration Research Vol. 1, Number 3
- CReAM Discussion Paper Series
- Transatlantic Trends: Immigration
- Call for papers: Special Issue onTransnationalism
- Conferences and Seminars
- Masters, PhDs and Post-Docs
- New Publications
Bergen Summer Research School (BSRS), University of Bergen.
The conference focuses on four interdisciplinary themes that may be reached from a range of different disciplines and geographical departures:
1. Political Mobilization and Collective Action
2. Segregated Zones of Living: Refugee Camps, Asylum Centers, Ghettos
3. Rhetoric of Exclusion
4. Precarious Lives: The Law of States versus the Law of Peoples
Date : 20-22 June 2012.
Venue : Bergen.
Application deadline : 15 February 2012.
The December 2011 issue of Nordic Journal of Migration Research is now available online.
CReAM ( Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration) is an independent and interdisciplinary research centre located in the Department of Economics at University College London. CReAM’s research focuses on the causes, patterns and consequences of international population mobility and movements affecting UK, Europe and associated global processes.
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Transatlantic Trends: Immigration is a public opinion survey that addresses multiple aspects of the immigration and integration debate, including the effect of the economic crisis on attitudes toward immigration, immigrants’ labor market impacts and effects on wages, and how governments are managing immigration, among others.
Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development (“UAS”).
This special issue is seeking manuscripts on transnationalism “from below” that address some of the issues that have been focal points in the recent literature on transnationalism.
Please contact Issue Editor Tamar Diana Wilson for more information.
Deadline for tentative titles and preliminary abstracts: 1 May 2012.
ER DET MULIG Å GI LIKEVERDIGE TJENESTER TIL EN ETNISK SAMMENSATT BEFOLKNING?
Fafo-frokost med rapportlansering.
Dato : 7. februar 2012, 08.30-09.45.
Sted : Fafos lokaler i Borggata 2B på Grønland i Oslo.
MIGRATIONSPOTENZIALE – POTENZIALE VON MIGRANTEN : MÖGLICHKEITEN UND GRENZEN ANGEWANDTER MIGRATIONS – UND INTEGRATIONSFORSCHUNG
Veranstalter Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge .
Ort: Nürnberg .
Beginn : 29 Februar 2012.
IMMIGRATION, HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PROFESSIONAL SECTOR
International Symposium. Registration required.
Date : 23 March 2012.
Venue : College of Fine Arts, University of Barcelona, Spain.
THE BORDERS OF PUNISHMENT: CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CITIZENSHIP AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION
Date : 19-20 April 2012.
Venue : University of Oxford, UK.
HIGHLY SKILLED MIGRATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Date : 24-25 May 2012.
Venue : Middlesex University, Hendon Campus, London
DIVERSITY AND LOCAL CONTEXTS: URBAN SPACE, BORDERS AND MIGRATION
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 31 January 2012.
Date : 25-26 May 2012.
Venue : Prague, Czech Republic.
THE FUTURE OF MULTICULTURALISM: STRUCTURES, INTEGRATION POLICIES AND PRACTICES
CRONEM’s 8th Annual Conference 2012.
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 1 February 2012.
Date : 26-27 June 2012.
Venue : University of Surrey, UK.
COUNTRY AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON EQUALITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
Equality Diversity and Inclusion Conference 2012.
Call for papers. Submission deadline: 1 February 2012.
Date : 23-25 July 2012.
Venue : Toulouse Business School, France.
SOCIOLOGY OF MIGRATION
Midterm conference of the ESA research network 35.
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 1 May 2012.
Date : 3-4 September 2012.
Venue : Paris, France.
RELIGION ON THE MOVE: HOW MOTION AND MIGRATION INFLUENCE RELIGION
10th Conference of the SIEF Working Group on Ethnology of Religion.
Call for abstracts. Submission deadline: 15 March 2012.
Date: 12-14 September 2012.
Venue : University of Szeged and Gál Ferenc Theological College of Szeged, Hungary.
FOODWAYS: DIASPORIC DINERS, TRANSNATIONAL TABLES AND CULINARY CONNECTIONS
Call for abstracts. Expression of interest by 10 February 2012. Abstract deadline: 16 March 2012.
Date : 4-7 October 2012.
Venue : Centre for Diaspora and Transnational Studies, University of Toronto, Canada.
TRANSNATIONALISM AND MIGRATORY CIRCULATION
This program will assist students in preparing for dissertation research on topics related to transnationalism and “circulation migratoire” (migratory circulation). Selected fellows will attend two training workshops and conduct summer research under the mentorship of prominent scholars in this area of research: Dr. Emmanuel Ma Mung (Director of
Research, CNRS) and Dr. Khachig Tölölyan (Professor, Wesleyan University).
Application deadline : 1 February 2012.
CHALLENGES TO THE WELFARE STATES? IMMIGRATION, DIVERSITY AND POPULISM
PhD Course. Registration by 10 February 2012.
Date : 1-2 March 2012.
Venue : Aalborg University, Denmark.
STIPENDIATSTILLING PÅ FAFO
Ved Fafo Institutt for anvendte internasjonale studier er det ledig en tre-årig ph.d.-stipendiatstilling innen fagfeltet samfunnsernæring. Stipendiaten vil inngå som en del av prosjektet “Nutrition and health among immigrant infants and children”.
Søknadsfrist : 10. februar 2012.
COSMOPOLITANISM IN EUROPE. IDEA AND REALITY
Application deadline : 15 February 2012.
Date : 2-3 May 2012.
Venue : Copenhagen, Denmark.
3 PHD POSITIONS IN DIASPORA STUDIES
Applications are invited for three full time doctoral positions (PhD students) in Diaspora Studies to work on a project situated at the Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University. The positions are fully funded over a period of 48 months.
Applications are invited in the following areas:
- Welfare Practices in Diasporic Contexts
- Diaspora, Labour Recruitment and Transnational Migration
- Gender and Generation in Diasporic Spaces
Application deadline : 1 March 2012.
MIGRANTS AND STATES: THE CASE OF THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN
MiReKoc International Summer School.
Application deadline : 1 April 2012.
Date: 1-3 July 2012.
Venue: Istanbul, Turkey.
Danielsen, Kirsten, Ada I. Engebrigtsen og Jon Erik Finnvold (2011): ”“For å jobbe her må en være interessert i folka som bor her”. Helsesøstre og brukere på tre helsestasjoner i Alna bydel”. NOVA Rapport 22/11.
Eldring, Line, Anne Mette Ødegård, Rolf K. Andersen, Mona Bråten, Kristine Nergaard og Kristin Alsos (2011): “Evaluering av tiltak mot sosial dumping”. Fafo-rapport 2011:09.
Engebrigtsen, Ada I. (2011): “Within or Outside? Perceptions of self and other among Rom groups in Romania and Norway”. In Romani Studies. Liverpool University Press, vol. 21(2/2011):123-144.
Engebrigtsen, Ada I. (2011): “Good Governance? The Prophet Muhammad Controversy and the Norwegian Response”. In Etniscumo Studjos/Ethnicity Studies , 2010((1-2)):277-297.
Engebrigtsen, Ada I. (2011): ”Kartlegging av opplæringstilbudet til enslige mindreårige asylsøkere og barn av asylsøkere”. NOVA Rapport 20/11.
Finseraas, H., Jakobsson, N., & Kotsadam, A. (2011): “Did the Murder of Theo van Gogh Change Europeans’ Immigration Policy Preferences?” In Kyklos, 64(3):396-409.
Meer, Nasar and Tariq Modood (2011): “How does Interculturalism Contrast with Multiculturalism?” Forthcoming February 2012 in Journal of Intercultural
Studies, but now available online.
Midtbøen, Arnfinn Haagensen og Jon Rogstad (2012): ”Diskrimineringens omfang og årsaker: Etniske minoriteters tilgang til norsk arbeidsliv”. ISF Rapport (2012:001). Oslo: Institutt for samfunnsforskning.
Seeberg, Marie Louise (2011): ”Kunnskapsstatus (1990-2010). Forskning om etnisk diskriminering av barn og unge”. NOVA Rapport 8/11.
Takle, Marianne (2011): “(Spät)Aussiedler: From Germans to Immigrants”. In Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 17(2):161-181.
Thompson, Carl (2011): Travel Writing. Routledge.