The new grounds for deportation of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom
3 April 2023 (Monday), 3 PM – Please join us for a seminar on April 3rd, with Dr Sam Scott (University of Gloucestershire) “Precarious evidence on precarious labour? Looking at, and beyond, employers’ stories of work, employment and migration”.
Please join our CMR seminars 2022/2023 edition
Please join us for a seminar on March 13th, with Professor Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London) “Revisiting the security-migration nexus: motioning the politics of insecurity”.
Please join us for a seminar on October 13, with professor Peter Adey (University of London) “Evacuation: emergency governance and the aesthetics of mobility”.
Watch the video of the CMR seminar on 6 June with professor Willem Schinkel (Erasmus University Rotterdam) “The debt of migration”.
Featuring talk by professor Yasemin Soysal (WZB, Berlin Social Science Center and SCRIPTS Excellence Cluster) . Date: 16 May 2022 Yasemin Soysal is research professor of the Global Sociology research program at the WZB and leading research member of the SCRIPTS Cluster of Excellence. Her research brings global and sociological–institutional perspectives into the investigation of the historical […]
Featuring talk by professor Biao Xiang (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology) View: YouTube Date: 24 April 2022 Biao Xiang is the Director of Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Germany, and Professor at the University of Oxford before that. Xiang’s research addresses various types of migration – internal and international, unskilled and highly skilled, emigration and […]
New List of CMR seminars 2021/2022 edition!
CMR UW Seminars: Recent Advances in Theory and Research on Migration: Please join us for a seminar on November 2, with professor Bridget Anderson.
Video from seminar with professor Rainer Bauböck “The Democratic Case for Immigration” is now available.
Please join us for a seminar on May 13th , to investigate how the pandemic has reshaped the mobility of people.
October 12, 2020 Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (University of Southern California) “Sharing Ground, Carving Space: Masculinities, Migration and Racial Sanctuaries in the City” November 30, 2020 Julija Sardelić (Victoria University of Wellington), Michał Garapich (Ośrodek Badań nad Migracjami, Uniwersytet Warszawski) and Andrzej Mirga “Roma on the Fringes of Citizenship in Europe” March 11, 2021 Adrian Favel (University of […]
A lecture by professor Adrian Favell (University of Leeds) Source: youtube Date: 11 March 2021 Adrian Favell is Chair in Sociology and Social Theory at the University of Leeds where he directs the Bauman Institute, and a research associate of the Centre d’études européennes et de politique comparée (CEE), Sciences Po, Paris. He is the author […]
Featuring talks by by Julija Sardelić (Victoria University of Wellington), Andrzej Mirga and Michał Garapich (CMR University of Warsaw, Roehampton University) Source: youtube Date: 30 November 2020 Julija Sardelić is a political sociologist and a socio-legal scholar with a general research interest in citizenship and migration including minority rights, statelessness and forced migration. Her main research […]
CMR UW Seminars: Recent Advances in Theory and Research on Migration.
A webinar with professor Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo “Sharing Ground, Carving Space: Masculinities, Migration and Racial Sanctuaries in the City”.
“Four months on – essential workers and the pandemic”. A webinar featuring talks by Elizabeth Pellerito, Anna Rosińska, Cleovi C. Mousela and Kamila Fiałkowska Source: youtube Date: 6 July 2020 Over the past four months, we have all learned that range of skills, professions and workers are especially needed in a pandemic. At the […]
CMR UW Seminars: Recent Advances in Theory and Research on Migration. “Four months on – essential workers and the pandemic”
What asylum and refugee policies do we want? New evidence from an analysis of public policy attitudes in eight European countries. A lecture by Professor Martin Ruhs (Migration Policy Centre, the European University Institute, Florence) Source: youtube Date: 18 November 2019 The study, a first in its kind, found that Europeans are most likely […]
The lecture by professor Christina Boswell ‘States of Ignorance: Governing Irregular Migration in France, Germany & the UK’.