18 May 2022
Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) welcomes proposals for special issues focusing on the Global South as well as authors from the Global South.

Deadline 8 July 2022
Les dynamiques de participation artistique et culturelle contemporaines à l’aune de l’immigration. Regards atlantiques (English version at the links below) Chaire Fernand-Dumont sur la culture...

16 May 2022
This is a special crossover episode between the Migration Podcast and the Culture and Inequality Podcast. The first in a series of three, this episode investigates how Music and Social Media matter in Migration (and vice-versa).

10 May 2022
At Fulda University of Applied Sciences, approximately 10,000 students are enrolled in over 60 Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes. More than 160 professors teach and carry out research in the eight departments. In terms of research, Fulda...

10 May 2022
Amsterdam 2-3 June This 2-day conference marks the ending of the research project 'Everyday experiences of young refugees and asylum seekers in public spaces'. During the conference we aim to explore and understand the relationships between young...

09 May 2022
By Paul Darby, James Esson and Christian Ungruhe with Manchester University Press (2022) Summary The global success of football icons like Samuel Eto'o, Didier Drogba and Mohamed Salah has fuelled the migratory projects of countless young men across the...

02 May 2022
This open access book (edited by Elif Keskiner, Michael Eve and Louise Ryan) provides new conceptualisations on the networks of migrants and their descendants in accessing the labour market. Although references to social networks are common in...

Deadline: 25.05.2022
This announcement concerns our renowned Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award, the winner of which will be announced on the last day of our upcoming annual conference “Migration and Time: Temporalities of Mobility, Governance, and Resistance” hosted at OsloMet...

28 April 2022
Listen to our interview with Sverre Molland who takes a critical look at two themes that have prominently structured humanitarian aid and funding: human trafficking and safe migration. https://www.imiscoe.org/news-and-blog/podcast

27 April 2022
International Academic Conference: 15-16 December 2022 MIDEX Centre, UCLan Research Strand: Representations of Migration, Diaspora and Exile in Media, Literature, and Art Border crossings delineate movement from a place, nation, and culture, inter alia,...