Category: Member events
IMISCOE and the Anti-Racism Working Group are honoured to present the last episode of the Webinar "Understanding race, racism and antiracism in migration studies, comparatively across Europe and beyond: Germany & Belgium". Friday 23 April at 14:00-15:30...
Category: News
Dear IMISCOE-members, We are happy to give you an update on this year’s online conference on July 7, 8 9, 2021. As you all know, the pandemic forced us again to move the annual conference online. Conference registration will open in about one week (we...
Category: Member events
Submit the paper and then what? - uncovering the refereeing and editorial systems from the publisher’s perspective
Category: Member events
Within the framework of the AGREP project, GRITIM-UPF invites you to participate in a reflexive session on the relationship between research and action in the studies of vulnerable and marginalized groups, for example migrants and racialized minorities...
Category: News from Members
Danube University Krems would kindly like to bring its new campaign film to your valued attention.
Category: Past Events
Peo Hansen, professor at REMESO, has presented his new book: "A Modern Migration Theory", at the EUI and the Migration Policy. About the book Current migration policy is based on a seemingly neutral accounting exercise, in which migrants contribute less...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 3 May 2021
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen (Department for SocioCultural Diversity) is seeking to appoint Research fellows (wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter*innen) at the postdoctoral level.
Category: Network News
IMISCOE’s Research Initiative PriMob is happy to announce that the ‘Mapping the field‘ section of its website is ready and open for consultation.
Category: PhD Blog
This blog post is part of the IMISCOE PhD blog series in which I write on some of the most salient issues of national identity and nationalism within academic research. Source: Javier Robles, pixabay.com Calls for re-examining the concept of integration...
Category: News from Members
Seminar: 8 April 2021
The Satellite Seminar Jean Monnet Chair European Migration Studies on “Consumption of Cultural Goods for Migrants Integration” will take place online from 9 to 29 April. It includes presentations from renowned culture and migration scholars, the...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 7 April 2021
The SOLiDi consortium and the University of Humanistic Studies are looking for a talented and motivated researcher to join the International Training Network and write a PhD on solidarity in diversity. Within the European Training Network on promoting...
Category: Member events
About this Event ‘Integration’ and ‘deportation’ seem to be two opposed ways of talking about and responding to immigration. Indeed, in many countries 'successful integration’ can be a ground for suspending a deportation or even awarding (exceptional)...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 20 March - 2021
Information Place your contribution within a cluster and subarea. Title, Abstract: max. 200/250 words. Brief bio (including email and website, ORCID): max. 200 words. Deadline: 20th March, 2021. Confirmation acceptance or rejection: April. The purpose...
Category: Past Events
In recent years, attitudes to immigration became a salient political issue in many Western European countries as well as the U.S.. Many factors have been proposed to shape these attitudes from media effects to party cues.
Category: Past Events
This week is intended to be a week of conversations, discussions and debates where everyone is invited into a safe and inclusive space to discuss issues that are relevant globally, within the Netherlands, Nijmegen community and within the Radboud...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 30 April 2021
The Migration, Diversity and Justice (MDJ) centre at the Brussels School of Governance, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), is calling for applications for one full-time doctoral researcher in the field of migration policy research. Research at the MDJ...
Category: Past Events
The Third Seminar Organized by the Anti-Discrimination Working Group in 2021: Reflecting on the Relationship Between Racism and Migration Studies in Portugal and Spain
Category: Network News
Event: 7 - 9 July - 2021 - online
Dear IMISCOE-Members We hope that you are all doing well. I am sorry to have to inform you that this year’s IMISCOE Conference will need to go online again. We were hoping to welcome many of you all to a hybrid conference in Luxembourg. Until recently,...
Category: News from Members
We are happy to invite you to the SIRIUS Project Policy Roundtable organized by Solidar: "Ensuring migrants, refugees and asylum seekers’ labour market integration during Covid-19" 31 March 2021 - 14.00 - 16.00 As Covid-19 has been spreading steadily...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 31 March - 2021
Located in downtown Toronto, the largest and most culturally diverse city in Canada and on the territory of the Anishinaabeg, Haudenosaunee and the Wendat Peoples, the Department of Sociology in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson University invites...