IMISCOE PhD Network

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. The PhD Representative coordinates the work carried out by the working groups, and functions as the contact point between the PhD Network and the IMISCOE Network. Read more about the PhD Network’s activities and working groups by clicking on the links below.

The structure and functioning of the Phd Network, as well as instructions on how to become a member, are described in full detail in the PhD Network Membership Policy.

Membership Policy

PhD News & Blog

IMISCOE 2021 Annual Conference PhD Activities Recapped

Yet again, the 2021 IMISCOE Conference was not only a unique opportunity to engage with innovative research in Migration Studies but it also offered PhD candidates in the field the opportunity to cross disciplinary boundaries and connect with each other...

State of the art research methods, academic skills and a Grumpy PhD Chat: PhD activities of the IMISCOE Spring Conference 2021

Initially, I was not planning on going to the PhD network activities of the IMISCOE spring conference, which took place in March 2021. Since at that point my life had been consumed by setting up an experiment survey, it really felt like every moment not...

Program of the PhD-Network activities at the IMISCOE Annual Conference 2021

The PhD Network is happy to share the program of the PhD activities scheduled on July 7th, as per tradition, during the first day of the IMISCOE Annual Conference 2021. We are proud to announce that PhD activities are free and open to all doctoral...

Why I interrupted my PhD to fill a methodological knowledge gap

This month´s post is a little different. It will not be about my research (at least not directly), or about breaking knowledge trends in Migration Studies. Instead, this post is about my personal experience as a PhD candidate and some choices I made to...

“Diversity” includes White people, too

Recently, I read a report on the effects of Covid-19 on the workplace. One of the main finding was that “diverse employees” struggle the most during the Covid-19 period. I thought to myself – “ diverse employees”? What does that mean? If there are...

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