Category: News from Members
Deadline: 7 September 2020
About Malmö University Malmö University is an innovative, urban, and international university located in the centre of Malmö.
Category: News from Members
What does international immigration to the EU countries looks like in 2030? How could different scenarios affect future immigration flows to the EU? The International Organization for Migration’s Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC), in close...
Norms and Values in Migration and Integration
Category: News from Members
19 May 2020
The NOVAMI group held a two-day workshop on norms and values in migration studies. Up to 20 international experts on migration, including PhD candidates, presented and discussed the themes of value transformation, value transmission and value...
Category: News from Members
For long, international students were not included in most migration debates because they were seen as temporary sojourners. Did things change?
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 24 May 2020
The PhD Network is recruiting! We are looking for an enthusiast Social Media and Website manager. He or she will be in charge of keeping our social media pages up to date and to manage the PhD Network page on the website for the academic year 2020-2021....
Category: Network News
Deadline: 1 June, 2020
The journal Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) invites applications for several new members of the Editorial Board. In particular, CMS invites non-European scholars working on migration and (migration-related) diversity from various disciplines,...
Category: News from Members
The Corona Virus Covid-19 is changing and challenging the social, economic, cultural and political world we are living in. Our everyday lifeworld was shocked by friends and relatives affected or threatened by disease, by lock-downs and minimizing direct...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 24 May, 2020
Malmö University is an innovative, urban and international institute of higher education, located in the centre of Malmö. We have around 1,800 employees and 24,000 students.
Category: Podcasts
When we think about why people migrate, we often think of push and pull factors. In this episode Jamie Coates interviews Lukasz Szulc, whose research with LGBTQ migrants shows that gender identity and sexual orientation, too, can play a role in...
Category: Podcasts
Fiona and Jolynna tell you what you can expect from the first Season of the Migration Podcast, ranging from the question ‘why do people migrate’ to ‘who is involved?’.
Category: Network News
Deadline: 15 October 2020 at 23:59 CET
Manuscripts invited now! The Annual COMPETITIVE CALL FOR BOOK PROPOSALS for the IMISCOE Springer Series is OPEN on 1 May 2020 , and will close on 15 October 2020 at 23:59 CET. Submit your proposal now using this form: document IMISCOE book proposal form...
Category: News from Members
Deadline: 3 June, 2020
The University of Trento has vacancies for 5 fully funded PhD positions. This Announcement regulates the selection for admission to Academic Year 2020-2021 (36th cycle) of the following PhD Programmes: • Economics and Management • Sociology and Social...
Category: PhD Blog
An Interview with Professor Dusan Drbohlav, Geomigrace, Charles University in Prague
Category: PhD Blog
A Swiss Volunteer’s Experiences in Idomeni and Lesvos Refugee Camps
Category: PhD Blog
Are you often bored by people talking endlessly about their slides whereas their audience is slowly falling asleep – the so-called “death by PowerPoint”? So you might want to try out Pecha Kucha .
Category: PhD Blog
The idea behind organizing a PhD workshop on teaching at the IMISCOE Conference 2016 in Prague was twofold: First, we wanted to create a platform for PhD students, who are based at different universities in different countries, to exchange on and...
Category: PhD Blog
The IMISCOE PhD Network forms a network of actively engaged PhD students within the IMISCOE network. This blog is one of the projects of the PhD Network, furthermore the network organizes an annual workshop at the IMISCOE conference.
Category: PhD Blog
The first transatlantic IMISCOE Summer School was a big success. In a stimulating Princeton environment a group of 30 PhD candidates from the US and Europe followed a five-day program with lectures by Maurice Crul, Marco Martiniello, Karen Pren and...
Category: PhD Blog
This post focuses on the role urban planning can play in the management of diversity in the city. In European countries, migration policies have failed to create a common and shared space to deal with the numerous questions raised by the so called...
Category: PhD Blog
The Case of Border Controls (Legal and Moral)