The doctoral programme in Sociology and Social Research (SRS) was established in 1981 with the aim of providing state-of-the-art research training and advanced professional skills in sociology and social research. It joined the School of Social Sciences in 2011.
Being the fruit of two panels held at the IMISCOE 2014 conference in Madrid, a special issue of the Journal of Intercultural Studies has just been published on the theme of migrant dying and death, edited by Alistair Hunter and Eva Soom Ammann.
Program Dates: July 11-29, 2016 Application Deadline : April 15, 2016 This undergraduate summer course at Koç University in Istanbul is structured with lectures, guest lecturers and student presentations, participatory observations via field trips, writing an academic article on global migration and crisis, and optional service learning activities as in volunteer work at NGOs working with...
This year MiReKoc Summer School, co-branded with the International Metropolis Network, will explore the theme of forced migration. The Call for Applications is now open. Submissions are due by midnight GMT on April 29, 2016.
Applicants are invited for a 3 year Post-doctoral Researcher position within the project 'Mobility Trajectories of Young Lives: Life Chances of Transnational Youth in Global South and North (MO-TRAYL)'. The project is funded by an ERC Consolidator Grant. Principal investigator: Prof. Valentina Mazzucato
Date: May 25-26, 2016 Conference venue: Malmö University, Orkanen building, D 138 Migration has, across time, contributed to the development and reshaping of societies and urban spaces. Today, migration movements have become a global phenomenon, where the number of countries affected – socially, economically and culturally – by migration is continually increasing.
Registration for the MIS symposium ‘Borderscape as an Interdisciplinary Concept’ is open. This two-day program includes three keynote speakers, speakers from eight countries, and a film screening. The symposium is being organised in conjunction with the UniGR-Center for Border Studies and aims to critically discuss border concepts and their applications. This multilingual event is aimed at...
9 May–10 June 2016, on-campus week in Norrköping 23–27 May Course Director: Professor Peo Hansen; Lecturers: Professor Peo Hansen, Professor Stefan Jonsson, Professor Charles Woolfson, Associate Professor Branka Likic-Brboric, Associate Professor Anders Neergaard and Research Fellow Anna Bredström
The book Interculturalism and Multiculturalism: Debating the Dividing Lines (edited by N. Meer, T. Modood & R. Zapata-Barrero) is now published with Edinburgh University Press (distributed in North & South America by Oxford University Press USA). It explores the critical debate between multicultural and intercultural approaches in both political theory and practice.
Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) is an international, peer-reviewed journal for comparative research in the field of migration, integration and ethnic studies. CMS is published by Springer . The association between IMISCOE and Comparative Migration Studies means that the journal can publish Open Access without asking for Author-Pays Fees.