Date and Place: 21-24 June 2016, University of Poitiers The scholarship on migration, relatively scarce until the 80s, is now outstandingly abundant. Migration studies have become a scientific field in its own right, with associated conferences, research centres, international associations, journals and so on.
Editors: Yaojun Li (University of Manchester, UK) and Anthony Heath (University of Oxford, UK) Deadline for Abstracts: 31 May 2016 Submission of Full Papers: 25 to 31 August 2016 Publication of the Issue: December 2016
The IMISCOE Web Directory enables visitors to perform detailed searches in order to obtain information on individuals who participate in Europe's largest network of scholars in the area of international migration, integration and social cohesion. Registered users are welcome to add their profile to this database on our website.
The Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES), the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) and ACCESS EUROPE are organizing a debate on the dynamics of integration in the acad emic-cultural centre SPUI25 in Amsterdam. Prof. dr. Rinus Penninx and Dr. Liza Mügge will discuss the following questions: How should Europe deal with its borders? Who is welcome and who is not?...
The University of Sheffield School of Law Annual James Muiruri International Law Lecture will be held on Wednesday 11 May at 6pm. Prof Guy S. Goodwin-Gill, University of Oxford, will speak on Refugees in our Time: The Challenges of Protection and Security. The lecture will take place in The Diamond lecture theatre.
Conference Title: Education and Migration: Language Foregrounded Date and place: 21-23 (Friday – Sunday) October, 2016, School of Education, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom
Registration for the 13th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Prague is now open. Registration can be completed via the online conference portal . Deadline for registration is 1 June .
On May 3, 2016, a one-day international symposium will take place at the University of Liverpool. The event is hosted by the Department of Law, School of Law and Social Justice of the in collaboration with the International Law and Human Rights Unit.
How do I best manage the work and the amount of information within my PhD? How can I get my work published? How to present papers in such a way that it successfully communicates my message, and facilitates constructive feedback? What should I be aware of when preparing my PhD defense? What are my professional options after the PhD? What are the typical challenges related to teaching while doing...
Location: University of Oslo, Norway Dates: 25 - 29 July 2016 Course Credits: 10 pts (ECTS) Limitation: 25 participants Complete syllabus and online application form