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AMIS conference: New Frontiers - Migration in the 21st Century
(Communication - EU-wide - English)

Begin 16/12/2013 - 10:00

End 16/12/2013 - 17:00

Venue University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Humanities, Njalsgade 120, 2300 Copenhagen S, auditorium 22.0.11

Organiser AMIS (Centre for Advanced Migration Studies, University of Copenhagen)

Website http://amis.ku.dk/calendar/2013/international_advisory_board_conference/

Where is migration research heading today? What are the new themes, approaches and developments, and what are the promises for the future? Centre for Advanced Migration Studies has asked a number of accomplished migration scholars to address new developments in their respective disciplines and inter-disciplines.

 

Download full programme and abstracts here.

10.00am
Karen Fog Olwig (University of Copenhagen), “Migration studies: Pushing Horizons versus chasing 'Beyond Frontiers'”

10.45am
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen (Danish Institute for International Studies), “The Migration Industry and the Commercialization of International Migration”

11.30am Break

11.45am
Andrew Jennings (University of the Highlands and Islands), “Shetland - Islands in Flux: A Story of Migration Past and Present”

12.30pm Lunch

1.30pm
Garbi Schmidt (Roskilde University), "Migration research: Break Down the Frontiers!”

2.15pm
Pieter Bevelander (Malmö University), “Comparative Research Design in Migration Studies – A Frontier!”

3pm Break

3.15pm
Thomas Brudholm (University of Copenhagen), “Hate Crimes & Human Rights”

 

4pm
Maja Povrzanović Frykman (Malmö University), “Habitual Practices and Fluent Emplacements: A Material Culture Perspective on Transnational Migration”

 
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