Migration Working Group
Migration is a multidisciplinary research field that has been strongly represented in the academic research of all departments of the EUI and has formed a specific focus at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. For several years, EUI faculty, fellows and researchers working on projects related to migration and the integration of immigrants have met in the Migration Working Group (MWG) to discuss their research.
The MWG provides an informal and congenial atmosphere for interdisciplinary debate. Sociology, political science, social geography, anthropology, history, economics, law, and demography are among the key disciplines represented in the MWG.
Migration Working Group 2017-2018 Call For Papers
The Migration Working Group organises small thematic half-day workshops taking place once a month. Each workshop includes 5-6 paper presentations and significant time for discussion of the papers.
You are invited to submit paper abstracts (max 500 words) by 17 September 2017. Please include your contact details affiliation and biographical note (max 400 words).
Please submit the paper abstracts by filling in the following form: http://www.rscas.org/registration_form/?p=4087
Topics to be tackled in these thematic workshops include (the list is indicative and not exhaustive):
- European Migration Policy and Politics
- Global Migration Governance: Challenges and Responses
- Managing Cultural/Religious Diversity in and outside Europe
- Radicalisation and International Terrorism
- The Economics of Migration
- Migration and Gender
The exact focus of each thematic session will be defined on the basis of the paper proposals received and those eventually selected for presentation. The aim is to tackle important broad areas in the study of migrant integration/ethnic minorities and migration/asylum management and give especially young scholars and PhD Students the opportunity to present their cutting edge research. Both empirical and theoretical contributions are welcome. High quality papers presented at the MWG are then invited for publication as Working Papers in the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies/Global Governance Programme series.
Participants coming from outside the EUI receive a small contribution towards covering their travel expenses.
For further information and registration to the MWG mailing list, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribers to the MWG email list also receive the Migration Working Group Newsletter which includes information about job opportunities, conferences, projects and other relevant news in the field of migration studies.