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Raum: Library Hall
DFG-funded network: Migration and im/mobilities in the Global South in Pandemic Times · 3rd network meeting (MPI-MMG Göttingen) · Organizer: Heike Drotbohm, Mainz University [mehr]
This symposium brings together scholars from sociology, anthropology, geography, and critical migration studies around the theme of the “local” as a vantage point to research and theorize issues of migration-related diversity and social interaction. [mehr]
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 [mehr]
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 [mehr]
Workshop organized by Katharyne Mitchell and Noor Amr [mehr]
HANNAH POHL is a Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies. Her research interests lie at the intersection between economic sociology and critical migration studies with a particular focus on migration trajectories and bordering processes. For her PhD thesis she conducted a multi-sited ethnography on Afghan migration trajectories in Iran, Turkey, Greece, and along the so-called Balkan route. She has been a visiting researcher at COMPAS Oxford University, Columbia University, and the Berlin Centre for Social Science. [mehr]

CANCELLED - "Islamic Movements in India: Moderation and its Discontents"

Workshops, conferences 2020
We welcome you to the Symposium on Arndt Emmerich’s book"Islamic Movements in India: Moderation and its Discontents" (Routledge, London 2020) [mehr]

"Eritreans and Ethiopians in Sudan: Feminist Perspectives on Migration, Gender and Transitions to Adulthood"

Open Lectures Winter 2020
  • Datum: 30.01.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 16:00
  • Vortragende(r): Katarzyna Elzbieta Grabska (Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University in the Hague)
  • KATARZYNA (Kasia) GRABSKA – is a social anthropologist and a senior lecturer at the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of Erasmus University in the Hague, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on gender, generation, youth, displacement, refuges, return, and identities, access to rights for refugees in urban settings. She has researched on displacement and forced migration issues in Egypt, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kyrgyzstan, and Vietnam. Kasia works with visual media, art-based research, feminist methodologies, and participatory methodologies. Since 2002, she has been carrying out a longitudinal study of gender relation transformations among Nuer from South Sudan in Egypt, Kenya, South Sudan and in Sudan, Khartoum. Her most recent research focuses on adolescent refugee girls’ experiences in Sudan, and on refugees’ involvement in civic change and hosting refugees in Sudan and in Switzerland. She collaborates often with artists in her research, and engages with art-based research to understand issues of belonging, displacement, mobilities and identities. She also is a film-maker. In 2016, in collaboration with a team of researchers and filmmakers, she produced a film based on her collaborative research project Time to look at girls: migrants in Ethiopia and Bangladesh. The long version of the film, 2 Girls, has been shown at over 30 film festivals and awarded 10 first prizes. She is also the writer, producer and co-director of the film Barbara Harrell-Bond: a life not ordinary (2018). She has published extensively on issues of gender relations and displacement. Kasia is the author of Gender, Identity and Home: Nuer repatriation to South Sudan (2014) which received the Armory Talbot Prize in 2015, co-editor of Forced Migration: Why Rights Matter? (2008), and a co-writer of Adolescent Girls’ Migration in the Global South: Transitions into Adulthood (2019).
  • Ort: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 11, Göttingen
  • Raum: Library Hall

"Material Temporalities"

Workshops, conferences 2020
A workshop organized by Jeremy F. Walton (MPI-MMG), Patrick Eisenlohr (CeMIS, University of Göttingen) and Sasha Newell (Université Libre de Bruxelles) [mehr]

"The Current State of Immigration Law and Policy in the United States"

Open Lectures Winter 2020
  • Datum: 22.01.2020
  • Uhrzeit: 14:15 - 16:00
  • Vortragende(r): Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA, Los Angeles)
  • HIROSHI MOTOMURA is the Susan Westerberg Prager Distinguished Professor of Law at the School of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). A leading scholar and teacher of immigration and citizenship, he is the author of many influential articles and two award-winning books: Americans in Waiting (Oxford 2006) and Immigration Outside the Law (Oxford 2014), and a co-author of two casebooks widely used in U.S. law school courses: Immigration and Citizenship: Process and Policy (8th ed. West 2016), and Forced Migration: Law and Policy (2d ed. West 2013). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Immigration Law Center, founding director of the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), and a former member of the American Bar Association Commission on Immigration. He is now at work on a new book, The New Migration Law, with the support of a 2018 Guggenheim Fellowship.
  • Ort: MPI-MMG, Hermann-Föge-Weg 11, Göttingen
  • Raum: Library Hall
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