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

We're recruiting! Social Media manager

Deadline: 24 May 2020
The PhD Network is recruiting! We are looking for an enthusiast Social Media and Website manager. He or she will be in charge of keeping our social media pages up to date and to manage the PhD Network page on the website for the academic year 2020-2021....

Family Reunification as a Right or a Strategy to Limit Migration?

Brazil and Europe’s control of refugee’s family migration

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Value-Laden Ideal Types? ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Nationalism in Academic Research

Studying nationalism and national identity has become an academic discipline in its own right. That is no surprise. Nationalism and national identity remain among the most relevant categories for organising daily life and therefore lend themselves to...

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Why You Don't Want to Miss out on the Activities Organised by the IMISCOE PhD Network for the 17th IMISCOE Conference

I found out about the IMISCOE PhD Network during the 15th annual IMISCOE conference in Barcelona. It wasn’t really clear to me what it was about.

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Dr Lucy Mayblin on her New Book ‘Impoverishment and Asylum: Social Policy as Slow Violence’

This month we had the pleasure of talking to Dr Lucy Mayblin, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Sheffield about her new book ‘Impoverishment and Asylum: Social Policy as Slow Violence’ and the importance of history in contemporary...

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