13 July 2017
Francesco Martino is a web communications manager at EUI. At this year’s Neuchâtel Graduate Conference on Migration Studies and Mobility of the NCCR Research Center in Neuchâtel/Switzerland, he gave a workshop with the topic “Communicating your research”.
26 June 2017
This week, Rotterdam will host the 14th IMISCOE Annual Conference. This year’s theme is ‘Migration, Diversity and Cities’, focusing on the ‘urban reality’ of migration and diversity, so-called superdiverse cities and the increasing role of cities in...
13 March 2017
Maurizio Ambrosini is Professor of Sociology of Migration at the University of Milan, Italy. He has over 150 publications which include a book in English, “Irregular Migration and Invisible Welfare”, Palgrave, 2013.
15 February 2017
The Case of Russian Speaking Students from Russia ad Kazakhstan
31 January 2017
Social pedagogy: asking questions about implicit choices
01 November 2016
The Case of Border Controls (Legal and Moral)
14 September 2016
This post focuses on the role urban planning can play in the management of diversity in the city. In European countries, migration policies have failed to create a common and shared space to deal with the numerous questions raised by the so called...
24 August 2016
The first transatlantic IMISCOE Summer School was a big success. In a stimulating Princeton environment a group of 30 PhD candidates from the US and Europe followed a five-day program with lectures by Maurice Crul, Marco Martiniello, Karen Pren and...
23 August 2016
The idea behind organizing a PhD workshop on teaching at the IMISCOE Conference 2016 in Prague was twofold: First, we wanted to create a platform for PhD students, who are based at different universities in different countries, to exchange on and...
23 August 2016
The IMISCOE PhD Network forms a network of actively engaged PhD students within the IMISCOE network. This blog is one of the projects of the PhD Network, furthermore the network organizes an annual workshop at the IMISCOE conference.
The IMISCOE PhD Network aims to strengthen research and network opportunities for doctoral researchers in the field of migration. The Network has several dedicated working groups, each with active members who plan and carry out activities relevant for PhD migration scholars.