About the Institute
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity is one of the foremost centers for the multi-disciplinary study of diversity, in its multiple forms, in today’s globalizing world.
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The collection of photographs on our website represents the fieldwork activities of our researchers. All social-science research at the Institute, particularly that requiring informed consent and involving visual materials, is designed to follow the ethical guidelines formulated by the American Anthropological Association. (Korea Town in Los Angeles – largely populated by migrants from Central America © Steven Vertovec, 2014)
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Yael Peled: “Uncertain Linguistic Justice: The Philosophical Sources of Normative Orders in Language”
Political Theory in Times of Uncertainty conference
September 27-29, 2023 | University of Bremen
Swetlana Torno: Lecture on MPG and MPG/MMG booth support
Deutsch-Kasachischer Wissenschaftstag "New prospects and opportunities for the German-Kazakh Science and Research cooperation"
October 11-13, 2023 | Almaty, Kazakhstan
Jamila Hamidu: "Ghanaian diaspora transnational political engagement in London: Identity politics of here and there"
NIAS Conference 2023 "Belonging and Mobility"
October 17-21, 2023 | Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jamila Hamidu: "Integration via political participation of ethnic minorities in Britain: The case of the Ghanaian diaspora in London"
2nd Organizing Migration and Integration in Contemporary Societies (OMICS) Conference
November 21-25, 2023 | Gotherburg, Sweden
Currently we do not have any vacancies.
Recent MMG Publications | Monographs and Edited Volumes
Peled, Y. (2023). The practical ethics of linguistic integration: Three challenges. Metaphilosophy, 00, pp. 1-15. Link.
Rau, V. (2023). Between symbolic distancing and following desires: Conversion to Judaism among women in Germany. Religion and Gender, 13(2), 162-185. Link
Römer, F., Henninger, J., & Harris, E. (2023). Social protection for mobile populations? A global perspective on immigrant social rights. Social Policy and Administration, 2023, 1-20. Link
Bialas, U. (2023). Ambiguous ages, ambivalent youths: How asylum seekers in Germany navigate age categorization. Migration Politics, 2(1): 003. Link.
Samanani, F., Crockford, S., Knight, D. M., Stensrud, C., Daswani, G., Tuters, M., & Chaviara, I. (2023). Animating irony: The force of irony in online and offline political movements. Public Culture, 35(2), 191-206. Link 1 / Link 2
Tahiiev, A. (2023). Impact of the events of Saqifa on the formation of differences between the islamic Sunni and Shia tradition. Journal of Al-Tamaddun, 18(1), 161-167. Link
Tahiiev, A. (2023). Application of the islamic family law in European countries and experience of Ukraine = Практика застосування норм ісламського сімейного права в окремих країнах Європи та досвід України. Schidnyj Svit = The World of the Orient, 2023(1), 114-123. Linkmore