Conference programme now available

14 June 2022

The programme of the #IMISCOE2022 Annual conference is now available! 

Participants to the 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Oslo and online can now access the detailed conference programme by logging in the conference portal: 

To help participants make the best of IMISCOE’s first hybrid Annual conference, the following features have been introduced:
  • A new “My sessions” button on the portal allows you to see in one click all the panels and workshops in which you have a specific role (chair, discussant, paper giver).
  • A new “Favorite” option has been introduced in the programme by which you can mark all sessions you wish to attend with a star and easily find them under “My sessions” for quick access to the information that is relevant for you.
  • A  “Search” function that allows you to easily find the panels and people you want to listen to.

Please also note that:

  • The information on the physical and virtual rooms as well as the technical assistance assigned to each workshop/panel will be added in the coming days
  • Minor last-minute changes in the schedule are possible and you are kindly invited to regularly check the conference portal 

Lastly, to ensure the good visibility of your work in the conference programme, we strongly advise you to create a profile in IMISCOE’s Migration Research Hub if you do not have one yet:

Latest News

Elsa Mescoli

Crocevia di sguardi

04 October 2022
We are glad to launch FIERI's annual documentary festival on migration. Here is the programme of this 18th edition. As last year, beside the offline screenings in Torino, you can also follow the festival for free on the Festivalscope platform. All...

PriMob Talk - Deconstructing Privilege: The Everyday Lives of Expatriate Children in Finland, October 7th.

04 October 2022
PriMob Talks is a new initiative from the PriMob Research Initiative. It will consist of a series of short talks online on privileged migration and mobilities led by key experts, followed by an informal debate. Sessions will last only 1h. We are happy...
Anna-Lisa Müller

Reflexivities PhD Sessions Vol. II (Autumn/Winter 2022)

After a great first round of PhD Peer Feedback Sessions on Reflexivities in Migration Studies during the spring semester, we are now launching a second call to continue the sessions into the winter semester! The sessions are organized by PhD members of...
The Migration Podcast

New Episode: On Climate Change and Migration

After our summer break, a new episode is out! Patrick Sakdapolrak spoke to Milena Belloni about his research on migration as a climate change adaptation strategy.

read more

Elsa Mescoli

Call for book chapters: Heritage and Mobility in a Multisensory Perspective

Deadline 31.10.2022
The book focuses on Heritage and Mobility in a Multisensory Perspective and the ambition is to bridge the gap between cultural heritage and mobility nexus analysing it through the lens of a multisensory approach. Additional information is available pdf...