Master class for PhD student by Prof. Richard Alba, 27 October at the VU University

20 September 2016

This is an open call to invite you to the master class of Prof. Richard Alba working at Graduate Center of the City University in New York. Richard Alba is one of the most prominent researchers in the field of migration and ethnic studies.

The master class, with generous funding by Access Europe, offers the unique opportunity to present your research to Richard Alba. In total seven PhD student will be selected to present their research findings. It is both possible to present a paper or give a presentation. Please send your abstract to Maurice Crul (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) before the 7th of October.

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