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IMISCOE Publications


IMISCOE has established a number of publication series. This includes book publications as well as journal publications. In terms of book publications, IMISCOE has established a reputable IMISCOE Book Series of over 50 books over the past decade. All books are submitted to a rigorous peer-review procedure via the IMISCOE editorial committee. In addition, in the  IMISCOE Textbooks series, the network provides a platform to publish educational books for use in the training of graduate-level students pursuing migration studies.


Besides book publications, IMISCOE is also involved in journal publications. Since 2014, IMISCOE is associated with the journal Comparative Migration Studies. Like the IMISCOE network, this journal specialises in interdisciplinary and comparative publications. More information on this association will be announced soon. For more information, see

A key characteristic of IMISCOE (book and journal) publications is the support of Open Access publishing. IMISCOE promotes the widest possible access to the research and publications of IMISCOE members as possible, to promote the dissemination of work and the opportunities for learning from each others research. With current developments in funding schemes like Horizon 2020, and the growing importance of citation indexes like Google Scholar, IMISCOE anticipates that OA publishing will become the standard in our field. Over the past decade, IMISCOE has established itself as the leading supporter of OA publishing in the field of migration and integration studies. The Journal CMS is an OA journal, and most of the books in the IMISCOE Book Series are available in OAPEN.

In the past, IMISCOE also published a significant number of influential Working Papers and other research reports. These can still be found on this website, in the archive in the menu on the left.


Association between IMISCOE and the journal Comparative Migration Studies


The IMISCOE Board of Directors has decided to enter an association with the journal Comparative Migration Studies. Given the importance of journal publications to the development of migration and integration studies, this association adds an important component to the publication strategy of IMISCOE. Furthermore, the association with this journal once again confirms the commitment of IMISCOE to promoting Open Access publishing. Given the developments in funding schemes like Horizon 2020 and in academic citation indexes, IMISCOE expects the demand for OA publishing to increase significantly over the coming years.

The journal Comparative Migration Studies was launched in 2013 as the first open access journal in the field of migration and integration studies. The journal encourages comparative and interdisciplinary work, in a way that is very similar to the IMISCOE network which confirms the strength of the new association. For more information on the journal, see




More details about the association will be announced soon, including a waiver of author-pays contributions for IMISCOE members.


New IMISCOE Research Titles


Secularism, Assimilation and the Crisis of Multiculturalism: French Modernist Legacies

By Yolande Jansen

Spring 2014
Amsterdam University Press
ISBN 978 90 8964 596 8
Paperback 336 pages

Open Access

This remarkable book develops a political theoretical critique of contemporary discourses on secularism and assimilation. Jansen argues that the perspective of assimilating distinct ethno-religious minorities by incorporating them into a secular and supposedly neutral public sphere may be self-subverting, and can generate and perpetuate the very distinctions it is meant to overcome. To flesh out this insight she borrows from the literature on the paradoxes of assimilation as experienced by the French Jews in the late 19th century, through a contextualised reading of Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time. Jansen offers a dynamic, critical multiculturalism as an alternative to discourses focusing on secularism, assimilation and integration.

Yolande Jansen is a senior researcher at the Amsterdam Center for Globalisation Studies, Philosophy Department, University of Amsterdam. She is also a Socrates professor of humanism in relation to religion and secularity at the VU University Amsterdam.

"Jansen’s book shows how even the most sophisticated academic views defending secularism and assimilation remain rooted in unexamined ‘modernist dichotomies’ inherited from French (and to some extent, European) modernism."
-- Rainer Bauboeck, European University Institute

"For anyone who seeks to understand the roots of the 'deepening crisis of multiculturalism' in Europe, Yolande Jansen's book is required reading. Jansen's brilliant and insightful analysis draws on a variety of fields and lucidly shows how the crisis is a crisis in modernity. Subtly weaving Proust into the argument, she brings a dry subject to life."
-- Brian Klug, University of Oxford


Editorial Committee


IMISCOE Editorial Committee

Tiziana Caponio (FIERI)
Michael Collyer (SCMR)
Rosita Fibbi (FSM/SFM)
Agata Górny (CMR/University of Warsaw)
Albert Kraler (ICMPD)
Jorge Malheiros (CEG)
Jean-Michel Lafleur (CEDEM, Université de Liège)
Marlou Schrover (Leiden University)
Patrick Simon (INED)
Eva Østergaard-Nielsen (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Michelle Luijben serves as the committee's managing editor.

The Editorial Committee presides over the IMISCOE publication programme. This task includes reviewing manuscripts submitted for publication in the IMISCOE-Amsterdam University Press series, recruiting prospective new works and advising on the Series’ editorial content and structure.


IMISCOE Research Series


Mobility in Transition: Migration Patterns after EU Enlargement
Edited by Birgit Glorius, Izabela Grabowska-Lusinska and Aimee Kuvik 
2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 392 6
Open Access edition

Post-colonial Immigrants and Identity Formations in the Netherlands
Edited by Ulbe Bosma
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 454 1
Open Access edition

The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter?
Maurice Crul, Jens Schneider and Frans Lelie
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 443 5
Open Access Edition

European Immigrations: Trends, Structures and Policy Implications
Edited by Marek Okólski
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 457 2
Open Access Edition

Immigration and Social Systems: Collected Essays of Michael Bommes
Edited by Christina Boswell and Gianni D’Amato
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 453 4
Open Access Edition

Albania on the Move: Links between Internal and International Migration
Julie Vullnetari
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 355 1
Open Access Edition

Gender, Generations and the Family in International Migration
Edited by Albert Kraler, Eleonore Kofman, Martin Kohli and Camille Schmoll
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 285 1
Open Access Edition

Immigrant Performance in the Labour Market: Bonding and Bridging Social Capital
Bram Lancee
2012 ISBN 978 90 8964 357 5
Open Access Edition

Labour Migration in Malaysia and Spain: Markets, Citizenship and Rights
2012 Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas
Open Access Edition

Colonial and Post-Colonial Governance of Islam: Continuities and Ruptures
2012 Marcel Maussen, Veit Bader, Annelies Moors (Eds.)
Open Access Edition

Migration Policymaking in Europe The Dynamics of Actors and Contexts in Past and Present
2011 Giovanna Zincone, Rinus Penninx, Maren Borkert (Eds.)
Open Access Edition

Foggy Social Structures: Irregular Migration, European Labour Markets and the Welfare State
2011 Giuseppe Sciortino, Michael Bommes (Eds.)
Open Access Edition

Framing Immigrant Integration: Dutch Research-Policy Dialogues in Comparative Perspective
2011 Peter Scholten
Open Access Edition

Beyond Dutch Borders: Transnational Politics among Colonial Migrants, Guest Workers and the Second Generation
2011 Liza Mügge
Open Access Edition

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