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On using participatory filmmaking in research

Kevin Smets

In this episode, we explore how participatory filmmaking can be used in research. Amanda Alencar spoke to Kevin Smets about studying borderlands through film.

Comparing refugee reception in Germany in 2015 and today

Birgit Glorius

In this episode, Asya speaks to Birgit Glorius about whether refugee reception and reception infrastructure in Germany have changed over time.

About the role of perceptions and (mis)information in migration to Europe

Diotima Bertel, Sara C. Granger, Elizabeth Kassinis & Alagie Jinkang

Since 2019, I was involved in PERCEPTIONS, a research project exploring perceptions and imaginaries of Europe, how these came about, how they circulated, and their role in migration decisions. As the project comes to a close, I am discussing some of the findings with four of my co-researchers.

About Ukrainian displacement since 2014

Viktoria Sereda

Our guest today is Viktoria Sereda, a Ukrainian scholar whose research expertise straddles the formation of sociopolitical identity, cross-regional mobility, as well as internal and international displacement of Ukrainians following the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014.

On complementary pathways

Zvezda Vankova & Albert Kraler

Complementary pathways are safe and legal pathways outside of traditional resettlement for refugees looking to relocate.

Who is academic podcasting for? Bella´s Research Results

Bella C. Gualano

Academic podcasting is enjoying a steady increase in engagement across all fields. But who is it for? Bella investigated how academic podcasting is perceived and received by audiences.

On how farmers cope with displacement in Mozambique

Gediminas Lesutis

Gediminas Lesutis spoke to Jolynna Sinanan about the displacement and resettlement of small-scale farmers because of mining activities in Mozambique, and how these farmers cope with the ensuing changes to their lives.

On Climate Change and Migration

Patrick Sakdapolrak

Patrick Sakdapolrak explores migration as a climate change adaptation strategy, speaks about his research on translocal social resilience, and tells us whether migration can impact sustainability practices.

Tell us what you think of academic podcasting

Isabella C. Gualano

Bella is joining our team from July to October to find out more about academic podcasting, its use cases and what makes a podcast 'academic'. Share your thoughts by participating in the survey.

On Eastern Europeans in the UK

Yva Alexandrova

In a 2016 referendum, the British public voted to exit the European Union. Xenophobia played an important role in the outcome of that vote, and a lot of that antipathy against migrants was directed towards Eastern Europeans.