CMR UW Migration Seminars 2021/2022: New Advances in Theory and Research on Migration
CMR UW Migration Seminars: New Advances in Theory and Research on Migration
List of CMR seminars 2021/2022 edition
- 11 October 2021
Rainer Bauböck (European University Institute in Florence) – The Democratic Case for Immigration – Seminar organised in cooperation with the Department of Sociology at the University of Warsaw.
- 2 November 2021
Bridget Anderson (University of Bristol) – Blurred Boundaries: Fantasy Citizenship, the worker citizen and mobility controls
- 14 February 2022
Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London) – Revisiting the security-migration nexus: motioning the politics of insecurity
- 7 March 2022
Willem Schinkel (Erasmus University of Rotterdam) – The Debt of Migration
- 25 April 2022
Biao Xiang (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology)– The reserved articulation model: Global shifts, social reproduction and migration from China*
- 16 May 2022
Yasemin Soysal (WZB Berlin Social Science Center) – Global Citizens or Global Individuals? A Multi-sited Survey of Internationally Mobile and non-Mobile Tertiary Education Students.
- June 2022
Philip Martin (University of California) – Managing Migration: Canada and US Dilemmas*
Please note that due to the pandemic the dates or character of seminars may change.