Cultural Change in Post-Migrant Societies: Re-Imagining Communities Through Arts and Cultural Activities. Chams: Springer.

New publication edited by Wiebke Sievers. This open access book puts cultural change on the migration studies agenda. It discusses migrants as agents of cultural change and develops approaches to analyse cultural change. Available at this link:...

Special issue on (inter)cultural heritage and migrants' inclusion

Newly published Special Issue edited by Karolina Nikielska-Sekula and Amandine Desille, and entitled “(Inter)Cultural Heritage and Migrants’ Inclusion”, accessible here . With the aim to analyse the cultural heritage engagement of those who migrate, the...

Multisensory Approaches in Migration Studies – online seminar, March, 8th.

We are thrilled to invite you to participate in the online seminar 'Multisensory Approaches in Migration Studies', organized by Amandine Desille and Karolina Nikielska-Sekuła, editors of the 'Visual Methodologies in Migration Studies' volume (2021,...

COCUMINT 2022-23: Consumption of cultural goods as driver of migrant integration

April 2023
April 13 – 28, 2023 Programme and access link available default here ( 4.02 MB ) .

CFP Geographies of Migration and Art: Intersections and Imaginaries, Flows and Controls

Deadline 15/3/2023
Organised by Dr Saskia Warren (The University of Manchester) and Dr Amanda Rogers (Swansea University) Human Geographers have made a sustained, but perhaps under-recognised, contribution to understanding the relationship between migration and art...