- NORFACE Compact Series – Migration: Moving into View
- Irregulær migrasjon: Norske perspektiver
- Director, Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Welfare and Diversity (MIM)
- Debate: How Does Interculturalism Contrast with Multiculturalism?
- Northumbria Anniversary Research Fellowship
- Conferences and Seminars
- Masters, PhDs and Post Docs
- New Publications
NORFACE Compact Series has published its first edition: “Migration: Moving into View”. The Spring 2012 edition reviews a selection of exciting research taking place within the NORFACE Migration research programme.
Etikk i praksis søker bidrag til sin neste utgave.
Gjesteredaktører: Marit Hovdal Moan og Odin Lysaker.
Irregulære migranter skaper felles politiske og moralske utfordringer for Nordens velferdsstater. Dette nummeret inviterer til analyse av og diskusjon om hvordan imøtekomme disse utfordringene.
Frist for innsending: 1. juli 2012.
Malmö University seeks to recruit a new Director to the Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Welfare and Diversity (MIM). This is a full-time, permanent post on a 4-year appointment as Director of MIM. Application deadline: 31 May 2012.
For further information please contact Vice Chancellor Stefan Bengtsson, +46 40-665 78 84 or Deputy Vice Chancellor Ingrid Elam, +40-665 75 24.
Nasar Meer and Tariq Modood ask: what is distinct about interculturalism as a political idea? What about the suggestion that it is distinct from and a suitable successor to multiculturalism? This topic is debated in a newly published volume of the Journal of Intercultural Studies which comprises an original article by Naser Meer and Tariq Modood, four responses (by Pnina Werbner, Will Kymlicka, Geoff Levey and Michel Wieviorka) and then a rejoinder.
2012 marks Northumbria’s 20th anniversary as a university and to mark the occasion we are recruiting six Anniversary Research Fellows. Candidates with an interest in diasporas, migration and ethnicity are welcomed. Full time, Fixed term for 3 years.
Application deadline: 24 May 2012.
Dato: 3. mai 2012, 08:00.
Sted: UDIs lokaler i Hausmannsgate 23, Oslo.
GLIMT FRA FORSKNING OM INTERNASJONAL MIGRASJON OG MOBILITET
Forskningsrådet i samarbeid med Justis – og beredskapsdepartmentet.
Påmelding på nettsidene.
Dato: 8. mai 2012, 11:30-15:30.
Sted: Holberg terrasse, Stensberggata 27, Oslo.
ASYLSØKERE SOM FORSVINNER FRA MOTTAK I NORGE – HVEM ER DE?
Institutt for samfunnsforskning inviterer til seminar i anledning utgivelsen av rapporten “Forsvunnet – Asylsøkere som forlater mottak i Norge”. Påmelding innen 4. mai.
Dato: 9. mai 2012, 14:00-15:00.
Sted: Institutt for samfunnsforskning, Munthes gate 31, Oslo.
ASYLSØKER – I VELFERDSSTATENS VENTEROM
Dagskonferanse i regi av Samfunnsforskning AS, Globaliseringsprogrammet ved NTNU og Universitetsforlaget.
Dato: 15. mai 2012, 10:00-16:00.
Sted: NTNU Dragvoll Auditorium 10
IMMIGRANTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY
16th Nordic Migration Research Conference & 9th ETMU Days.
Call for papers. Submission deadline extended to 4 May 2012.
Date: 13-15 August 2012.
Venue: University of Turku, Finland.
MIGRATION, FAMILIES AND ICTS
Call for papers to workshop. Submission deadline: 1 June 2012.
Joint session of IMISCOE research groups on ‘Ageing migrants: demography, agency and welfare’ and ‘ICT and Migration’ to take place at the IMISCOE annual conference.
Date: 29 August 2012.
Venue: Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES), University of Amsterdam.
FAMILIES IN A CHANGING EUROPE: CHALLENGES, CONFLICTS AND INTERVENTION
6th ESFR Congress.
Registration by 15 September 2012.
Date : 26-29 September 2012.
Venue : Lillehammer, Norway.
GENDER AND MOBILITIES: CURRENT EMPIRICAL, THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES
Symposium/PhD Course. Application deadline: 15 May 2012.
The PhD course aims to reveal the knowledge status of research on gender and mobility through a critical lens in order to clarify and illuminate some of the different perspectives used in various disciplines such as sociology, geography, anthropology, gender studies etc.
Date: 18-20 June 2012.
Venue: University of Tromsø, Norway.
MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN WORLD CHRISTIANITIES AND THEIR DIASPORA IN A EUROPEAN CONTEXT
Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge.
The proposed focus of research should address pressing matters of social integration, citizenship, post-colonialism and the changing nature of World Christianities. It will identify how religion helps migrants establish new lives in Europe and how religious and other institutions are changed through their encounter with migrant communities.
Two years from 1 October 2012.
Application deadline: 16 May 2012.
PHD POSITION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LUCERNE
The Department for the Study of Religions at the University of Lucerne/Switzerland invites applications for a PhD position for its new research project on “Civic engagement of religious associations of immigrants: Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist associations in Switzerland and Austria“. The project will start in July 2012.
Application deadline : 21 May 2012.
Connell, John (ed.) (2012): The International Migration of Health Workers. Routledge.
Falola, Toyin and Niyi Afolabi (eds.) (2012): Trans-Atlantic Migration: The Paradoxes of Exile. Routledge.
Ford, Michele, Lenore Lyons, Willem van Schendel (eds.) (2012): Labour Migration and Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Critical Perspectives. Routledge.
Guild, Elspeth and Paul Minderhoud (eds.) (2011): The First Decade of EU Migration and Asylum Law. Brill.
Hagelund, Anniken, Hanne Kavli, Kaja Reegård (2012): ”Å bytte lag – deltagere og deltagelse på statsborgerseremonier”. I Olaf Aagedal (red.): Statsborgarseremoniar i Skandinavia: 145-168. Oslo: Unipub.
Lancee, Bram (2012): Immigrant Performance in the Labour Market: Bonding and Bridging Social Capital. Amsterdam University Press.
McCarthy, Angela and Catharine Coleborne (eds.) (2012): Migration, Ethnicity, and Mental Health: International Perspectives 1840-2010. Routledge.
Munck, Ronaldo, Carl Schierup and Raúl Wise (eds.) (2012): Migration, Work and Citizenship in the New Global Order. Routledge.
Quayson, Ato and Antonella Arhin (eds.) (2012): Labour Migration, Human Trafficking and Multinational Corporations: the Commodification of Illicit Flows. Routledge.
Rao, Nitya (ed.) (2012): Migration, Education and Socio-Economic Mobility. Routledge.
Zincone, Giovanna, Rinus Penninx and Maren Borkert (eds.) (2012): Migration Policymakers in Europe: The dynamics of Actors and Contexts in Past and Present. The University of Chicago Press.