Events of the Department of Socio-Cultural Diversity (in descending order)

MPI-MMG in Dialogue "Understanding support for diversity"

Events 2023
Invited scholars discuss cutting-edge research and new ideas with the institute’s scientists [more]

Encounters Project International Meeting

Workshops, conferences 2023
  • Start: Jun 5, 2023
  • End: Jun 7, 2023
  • Location: Strasbourg
The Encounters Project meeting in Strasbourg is taking place between 5-7th of June 2023. The Encounters project studies everyday interactions between Jews and Muslims in different urban contexts; aiming to restore these relations in their complexity and promoting dialogues with different actors of civil society. Strasbourg, one of the six cities in the scope of this project, will host international research team, bringing together multiple disciplines: sociology, anthropology, urban planning, and migration studies. [more]
Workshop participants (from left to right, bottom to top): Mira Burmeister-Rudolph (bottom left), Ángel A. Escamilla Garcia, Heike Drotbohm, Steven Vertovec, Adrian Favell (middle left), Amanda Cheong, Johanna M Lukate, Ulrike Bialas, Kiya Gezahegne (top left), Carolyn Choi, Gabriela Mezzanotti, Cecilia Menjívar [more]

Indigenous Peoples and Religious Modes of Othering: A Comparative History of Religions Perspective

Workshops, conferences 2023
A joint initiative by: Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Göttingen · Diversity Studies Centre Oslo (DISCO), Oslo Metropolitan University · Indigenous Values Initiative, Syracuse University Henry Luce Project, American Indian Law Alliance [more]
Workshop organized by Katharyne Mitchell and Noor Amr [more]
First Expert Workshop in the framework of the project “The New Guards: Re-bordering the Southeast Mediterranean in an age of migration” [more]

MPI-MMG in Dialogue "Superdiversity and the dynamics of diversification"

Events 2023
An event marking the launch of Steven Vertovec’s new book. [more]

"Visualizing Migration and Diversity: What can we see?"

Workshops, conferences 2023
At this workshop, a small group of invited participants will present recently created data visualizations surrounding migration and diversity. We will learn of their reasons for, and processes of, creating such tools and will discuss a variety of matters concerning the potential impacts (and drawbacks?) of such modalities for understanding dynamics of international migration and the diversification of societies. [more]
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