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Interdisciplinary Approaches to Migration Research 2017/2018

This initiative aims to explore new conceptual, theoretical approaches as well as methodological innovations to address processes linked to migration. The Pufendorf IAS invites researchers from all faculties into dialogue on crosscutting issues on migration such as ecology, politics, archeology and medicine. The ambition is to create a network of researchers with an interest in exploring this area further.

Migration has become a prominent topic in the public sphere, dominating political campaigns and debates, and in the center of heated discussions about (im) migrants, border control, integration and refugee policy. While in science many different concepts and meanings of migration coexist, in everyday life and in the media, the concept of migration is mainly used to refer to the physical movement by humans from one area to another. Human mobility is seen as one of the immediate strategies for escaping conflict and poverty.

Seminars and events 2017- 2018

 

Autumn 2018

15th of November: The Pufendorf IAS Symposium: Moving Ahead: Exploring Social Transformations in the Age of Migration

Spring 2018

30th January:  Postcoloniality in Migration Studies: Labor, Displacement and Art 
19th February: The Role of Genetic Geology and Archeology in Migration Research

Autumn 2017

25th September: Ecologies of Migration - Interlinkages between Resources, Mobility and Environment (watch filmed presentations and videos with researchers who participated in the seminar).

27th November: Politics and Institutions of Migration. Confirmed speakers: Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen (Raoul-Wallenberg Institute), Anders Hellström (IMER), Vanna Nordling, Maja Sager and Emma Söderman (Lund University, Department of Gender Studies and School of Social Work).

4th December: Public lecture Illegality, Inc.: Clandestine Migration and the Business of Bordering Europe by Ruben Andersson, Oxford University. 

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