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 and Cities
28 May 2018, Sala Belvedere
Lunch Seminar on Migration and Cities
Tiziana Caponio | University of Turin
Tomás Jiménez | Stanford University
Max Weber Migration and Citizenship Group Presentations
Carolin Schmitz | European University Institute
Welcoming the New Healer: Early Modern Medical Practitioners and Their Processes of Integration into Foreign Communities
Vivian Gerrand | European University Institute
Building Resilience to Violent Extremism via Image-Making: a Comparative CaseStudy of Somalis in Italy and the UK
Naoko Hosokawa | European University Institute
Word Choice and Identity Construction in Multicultural Communities: A Case of British Discourse on Europe
Sergio Lo Iacono | European University Institute
The Perks and The Costs of Living in a Social Bubble. How Homogeneous Ego-Networks Affect Generalized Trust
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