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- Migration -New Developments (Spring 2013)
- Incorporating Faith: Religion and Immigration in the West
- Visiting Researchers Programme (UNU-GCM)
- Religion and Migration in the Black Sea Region
- Transnational Social Review
- Conferences and Seminars
- Masters, PhDs and Post Docs
- New Publications
MIGRATION –NEW DEVELOPMENTS (SPRING 2013)
“Migration: New Developments” – the second edition of the Norface Compact Series reviews a selection of both on-going and completed studies. The variety of topics covered is a testatment to the breadth and the complexity of issues addressed in the Norface Migration Programme, ranging from migrants’ decision to the welfare of their children and other family members to the effects on sending and receiving communities and countries.
VISITING RESEARCHERS PROGRAMME (UNU-GCM)
The Visiting Researchers Programme of United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility (UNU-GCM) gives qualified researchers an opportunity to research topics related to globalization, culture and mobility, in line with current research programmes, and to participate in UNU-GCM activities. Visiting Researchers typically spend a residency of 3 to 6 months at UNU-GCM. UNU-GCM is currently offering two Visiting Researchers positions for its research programme on Migration, Media and Intercultural Dialogue in Barcelona, Spain.
Application deadline: 28 June 2013.
RELIGION AND MIGRATION IN THE BLACK SEA REGION
The International Hellenic University seeks submissions to edited collection of essays which explores current intersections between migration and religion in the Black Sea area. Contributions from a variety of disciplines and theoretical perspectives are invited.
Submission deadline: 25 July 2013.
CRISIS AND MIGRATION: PERCEPTIONS, CHALLENGES AND CONSEQUENCES
IMISCOE 10th Annual Conference.
Dates: 25-27 August 2013.
Venue: Malmö University, Sweden.
TRANSNATIONAL FORMATIONS AND TIES AMONG MIGRANTS AND THEIR DESCENDENTS
Call for papers to research seminar. Submission deadline: 1 July 2013.
Dates: 26-27 August 2013.
Venue: University of Iceland, Reykjavik.
EXAMINING MIGRATION DYNAMICS: NETWORKS AND BEYOND
THEMIS International Migration Conference
Dates: 24-26 September 2013.
Venue: Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford.
HUMAN SECURITY AND FORCED MIGRATION: DILEMMAS AND PROSPECTS
Call for papers to panel at the conference “Human Security: Humanitarian Perspectives and Responses”. Submission deadline: 1 August 2013.
Dates: 24-27 October 2013.
Venue: Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey.
ESSHC VIENNA 2014
Tenth European Social Science History conference.
Dates: 23-26 April 2014.
Venue: Vienna University, Austria.
FACING AN UNEQUAL WORLD: CHALLENGES FOR GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY
XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology. The congress has several sessions which address migration, ethnicity and related areas.
Dates: 13-19 July 2014.
Venue: Yokohama, Japan.
FLOWS, PLACES AND BOUNDARIES – MIGRATORY CHALLENGES AND NEW AGENDAS
17th Nordic Migration Research Conference. More information will follow this autumn.
Dates: 13-15 August 2014.
Venue: Copenhagen University, Amager, Denmark.
INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODS IN ETHNIC AND MIGRATION STUDIES
REMESO Graduate School.
The course is offered to postgraduate students (preferably PhD students but advanced MA students can also apply). It comprises 5 weeks of full-time work for 7,5 ECTS. Students spend one intensive week at REMESO, at Linköping University, Campus Norrköping.
Application deadline: 15 August 2013.
Dates: 30 September-4 October 2013.
Venue: Linköping University, Campus Norrköping, Sweden.
Bendixsen, Synnøve K. N. (2013): The Religious Identity of Young Muslim Women in Berlin: An Ethnographic Study. Brill.
Bjørklund, Tor og Johannes Bergh (2013): Minoritetsbefolkningens møte med det politiske Norge. Cappelen Damm.
Bråten, Beret og Cecilie Thun (2013): Krysningspunkter: Likestillingspolitikk i et flerkulturelt Norge. Akademika Forlag.
Cainkar, Louise (2013): “Global Arab World Migrations and Diasporas”. In Arab Studies Journal, Vol. XXI No. 1 (Spring 2013).
Demetriou, Olga (2013): Capricious Borders: Minority, Population, and Counter-Conduct Between Greece and Turkey. Berghahn Books.
Font, Joan and Mónica Méndez (eds.) (2013): Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Immigrant Populations. Amsterdam University Press.
Franko, Kaja Aas, Nicolay B. Johansen og Thomas Ugelvik (red.) (2013): Krimmigrasjon? Den nye kontrollen av de fremmede. Universitetsforlaget.
Franko, Kaja Aas and Mary Bosworth (eds.) (forthcoming July 2013): The Borders of Punishment: Migration, Citizenship, and Social Exclusion. Oxford University Press.
Friberg, Jon Horgen, Jon Erik Dølvik og Line Eldring (2013): ”Arbeidsmigrasjon til Norge fra Øst- og Sentral-Europa”. VAM Temanotat.
Grønseth, Anne Sigfrid (ed.) (forthcoming October 2013): Being Human, being Migrant: Senses of Self and Well-being. Berghahn Books.
Halilowich, Hariz (2013): Places of Pain: Forced Displacement, Popular Memory and Trans-local Identities in Bosnian War-torn Communities. Berghahn Books.
Hoerder, Dirk (ed.) (2013): Proletarian and Gendered Mass Migrations: A Global Perspective on Continuities and Discontinuities from the 19th to the 21st Century. Brill.
Rytter, Mikkel (2013): Family Upheaval: Generation, Mobility and Relatedness among Pakistani Migrants in Denmark. Berghahn Books.
Spickard, Paul (ed.) (2013): Multiple Identities: Migrants, Ethnicity and Membership. Indiana University Press.
Triulzi, Alessandro and Robert McKenzie (eds.) (2013): Long Journeys. African Migrants on the Road. Brill.
Tyldum, Guri (2013): “Dependence and Human Trafficking in the Context of Transnational Marriage”. Transnational Migration, DOI: 10.1111/imig.12060.