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3-7 June 2024, Preston- University of Central Lancashire & Online

2024 IMISCOE PhD School

Migration, Race and Inclusivity
PhD School

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Another episode of Voices of Lancashire is out!

This is the story of Bahar, an entrepreneurial Turkish woman who arrived in the UK in 2017. Having spent most of her life in Adana,...

Applications for the 2024 Summer School on Human Rights, Minorities and Diversity Governance are open! The overall theme of the 2024 edition is Colonial legacies and diversity governance in a global perspective

What: Two-week interdisciplinary programme combining lectures, workshops, roundtable discussions and study visits When: 1-12 July 2024...

2023-2024 MIDEX Seminar Series: Negotiations of Ethnic & Cultural Capital beyond Ethnifying Discourses in the Swedish Literary Field: From Immigrant Writer to Racialization & Art for Art’s Sake

by Dr Cristine Sarrimo, Lund University The aim is to discuss how authors in the Swedish literary field respond to predominant public...

Cultural Change in Post-Migrant Societies: Re-Imagining Communities Through Arts and Cultural Activities. Chams: Springer.

New publication edited by Wiebke Sievers. This open access book puts cultural change on the migration studies agenda. It discusses...

Special issue on (inter)cultural heritage and migrants' inclusion

Newly published Special Issue edited by Karolina Nikielska-Sekula and Amandine Desille, and entitled “(Inter)Cultural Heritage and...

EduSocial is support grants for IMISCOE Annual Conference Lisbon

In our ongoing commitment to assist researchers facing financial constraints with conference attendance, we are introducing a travel grant...

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