How do bureaucracy and law shape everyday lives? We speak about liminality and the less obvious forms of violence.
Deadline: 22 August, 2021
On behalf of Prof. dr. Peter Scholten and dr. Asya Pisarevskaya (Erasmus University Rotterdam), we would like to invite you to participate in this Expert Survey “Key publications on migrant integration policies and practices” (link).
Deadline: 1 September 2021
The newly established IMISCOE PhD Academy aims to provide targeted migration research specific training and networking opportunities for PhD students within the broad field of migration studies.
The Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA), a unit of Spain’s Research Council (CSIC) located in Córdoba, is looking to hire a highly qualified post-doctoral researcher (maximum 5 years since obtaining PhD). The three-year contract is financed by...
Deadline: 31.07 and 10.08 (23:59)
The Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw is recruiting a PhD student (application deadline: 31.07) and a post-doc (deadline: 10.08) in prof. Marek Okólski’s project "Employer interests as an underrated factor in labour migration – an...
The 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference will be held in Oslo, Norway - June 29 - July 1, 2022
Deadline: 1 August 2021
International conference hosted by the University of Sussex on behalf of the H2020 MIRNet consortium (Migration and Integration Research and Networking), 15–16 November
The Research Social Platform on Migration and Asylum (ReSOMA) is IMISCOE’s evidence-based platform fostering sustained, regular policy dialogue between European stakeholders and researchers and facilitating evidence-based policymaking.
Deadline: 29 September 2021
Open to new ideas. Since 1365. As a research university with high international visibility and a wide range of degree programmes, the University of Vienna is committed to basic research open to application and research-led teaching, as well as to career...
This year’s Maria Baganha Award was one for the books! We had an incredible set of applicants captained by the winner, Simone Cremaschi, which was presented with the award at the 18th Annual Conference “Crossing Borders, Connecting Cultures” hosted by...
The standing committee Methodological Approaches and Tools in Migration Research (Meth@Mig) will hold a meeting during the 18th IMISCOE Annual Conference on Thursday, July 8 at 14:00 CEST . We invite Meth@Mig members and all other scholars interested in...
Dear MIDEX UCLAN, Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile at University of Central Lancashire You have recently joined the IMISCOE Network and it’s only right that we welcome you with a nice and easy chat. As we wait to enjoy live conferences...
We sat down to interview Melissa Siegel back in November and this is one is a gem, one of those you had in the volt and was simply waiting for the right time to showcase it.
‘Migration, Equality & Racism: 44 Opinions’ is a book with 44 thought-provoking opinion pieces from more than 80 VUB researchers and co-authors. Philosophers, lawyers, psychologists, health scientists, sociologists, geographers, criminologists,...
How do we as migration researchers produce knowledge about hard-to-reach and vulnerable populations on the move?
IMISCOE is delighted to announce its new co-ordinating institute as of next year, the University of Liège’s Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM)!
In migration scholarship, colonialism has been in the air for a while. Since the “refugee crisis” of 2015, migrants and refugees have been moved center stage in public debates, political agendas, and policies.
What a time it has been since we started this Bulletin journey! Every opening is an exciting moment for us here at IMISCOE to give you updates on the ongoing developments of the Network and this issue falls just by the much anticipated Annual Conference...
Dr. Francio Guadeloupe , one of this year’s panellists for IMISCOE’s 18th Annual Conference, is a social and cultural anthropologist who has been a tenured staff member at the Department of Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam since 2013.
Patricia N. Martuscelli speaks about family reunification policy in Brazil. Listen to her interview on The Migration Podcast .