Launch of Migration Politics journal

08 October 2020

The Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam has launched a new journal on Migration Politics.

The journal seeks to promote innovative and inspiring research on the politics involved in representing, controlling, and managing migration. Breaking with trends towards the commercialisation of scholarly knowledge, this new journal is committed to slow scholarship, non-profit publishing and full open access. The editorial team has just launched its first call for papers.

 

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