The Institute for Advanced Social Studies (IESA), a unit of Spain’s Research Council (CSIC) located in Córdoba, is looking to hire a highly qualified post-doctoral researcher (maximum 5 years since obtaining PhD). The three-year contract is financed by the regional government of Andalusia by way of a two-stage competitive procedure, in the first part of which IESA-CSIC was selected as receiving institution. The second stage, to be launched soon, concerns selection of the researcher; publication record will be the most important criterion. Suitable candidates shall contribute to one of the Institute’s lines of research, which include attitudes toward immigration and related methodological issues. Please contact Sebastian Rinken (www.iesa.csic.es) for further details.
Event: 27 October 2021
This is the fourth of a series of six EUMedMi National Workshops that will be hosted by six partner institutions from the North and South of the Mediterranean including: Belgium, Tunisia, Portugal, Morocco, Turkey and France between the years 2020-2022.
21 October 2021
We sat down with Maria Shaidrova, the new PhD representative, to talk research, IMISCOE and the PhD network. Enjoy!
12 October 2021
Writing can be stressful, but it is also a crucial part of the PhD life. To support PhD and Early Career Researchers with their writing, the GenSeM and MITRA Standing Committees have come together to jointly organise a series of all-day online writing...
Meth@Mig members participate as lecturers in the MiReKoc International Summer School 2021 on Research Methods and Ethics in Migration Studies
From October 11 to 22, the 10th MiReKoc International Summer School will take place on campus at Koç University (İstanbul) and online. The summer school focuses on methodologies and ethics in migration studies and aims to strengthen the corresponding...
Event: 4 October - 18 November, 2021
The film festival has reached its 17th edition this year, screening the best of worldwide documentary filmmaking on migration and cultural diversity and we organize debates with filmmakers, scholars, journalists, policy makers, and representatives of...