Individual experiences of migration and diversity

Dynamics surrounding migration and diversity take many forms. What do the experiences of migration and diversification mean to individuals? How are they determined by age, gender, or racism? What identifications develop in different contexts and interactions?






Ageing in displacement: East Timorese diasporas in Indonesia

Ageing and (im)mobility: gendered experiences of growing old in Tajikistan in the context of mass labor migration

Being and Becoming Black – self-(re)presentation and embodiment and the (hidden) diversity of African migrants and refugees in German cities

Climate displacement and diversification: changing patterns of migration and peri-urban settlement

Constructing livelihoods: older Cameroonians in times of mobility

Foreign entrepreneurs in Tokyo's and Singapore's knowledge-intensive start-up sector

Forever 17: coming of Age in the German Asylum System

Preservation of Ukrainian identity among female-refugees in Germany during the war 2022

Retiring from temporary lives: ageing migrant labor in Asia




Amrith, M.: The temporal borders of transnational belonging: Aging migrant domestic workers in Singapore. American Behavioral Scientist 66 (14), 2022: 1912-1927. DOI: 10.1177/00027642221075258   to personal page

Amrith, M.: Fleeting joy, divergent expectations and reconfigured intimacies: The visits home of Filipino migrant care workers in Singapore. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs 23 (1), 2023: 203-217. DOI: 10.1111/glob.12394   to personal page

Amrith, M.: The linear imagination, stalled: changing temporal horizons in migrant journeys. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs 21 (1), 2021: 127-145. DOI: 10.1111/glob.12280   to personal page

Sakti, V. K.: Ageing at the margins: gendered and southern narratives of displacement among the East Timorese in Indonesia. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 49 (4), 2023: 1065-1081. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2022.2115632   to personal page

Sampaio, D.: Ageing strategically: On migration, care, and diversity in later life. Population, Space and Place 26 (4), 2020: e2317. DOI: 10.1002/psp.2317   to personal page

Hof, H.; Alloul, J.: Migratory class-making in global Asian cities: The European mobile middle negotiating ambivalent privilege in Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (online first), 2023. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2023.2271669   to personal page

Bialas, U.: Ambiguous ages, ambivalent youths: How asylum seekers in Germany navigate age categorization. Migration Politics 2 (1), 003 (2023). DOI: 10.21468/MigPol.2.1.003   to personal page

Suerbaum, M.: Embodying legal precarity: Living with ongoing short-term protection in Germany. International Migration 61 (3), 2023: 25-38. DOI: 10.1111/imig.12903   to personal page

Debele, S. B.: Waiting as a site of subject formation: examining collective prayers by Ethiopian asylum seekers in Germany. L’attente en tant que site de formation sur le sujet: étude des prièrescollectives par les demandeurs d’asile éthiopiens en Allemagne. Critical African Studies 12 (1), 2020: 52-64. DOI: 10.1080/21681392.2019.1697311   to personal page

Stasik, M.; Debele, S. B.; Hänsch, V.(eds): Temporalities of waiting in Africa (special issue). Critical African Studies 12 (1), 2020.   to personal page   to personal page

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