Call for Submissions: IMISCOE PhD Blog Special Issue

Deadline: 1 March, 2022

Are you a PhD candidate or early career researcher that works on developing, critiquing, or renewing migration research methods? Or do you have a recent experience doing migration research that highlights challenges or benefits of certain methods and approaches? Then this call is for you!

Call for Submissions: IMISCOE PhD Blog Special Issue

For the IMISCOE PhD Network's Blog Special Issue, we are seeking contributions from migration scholars across disciplinary boundaries under 3 thematic areas - decolonising methods, online methods, and creative practices! The contributions for every section can be texts, video essays, audio essays, or art-based research from early career scholars, activists, artists, or educators.

Submit a short abstract of 150 words (under any of the three thematic areas) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 1st March 2022. For those selected to write a blog post, the contribution not exceeding 800 words is expected by 1st of May, 2022.

 

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