16 August 2022
Guest Editors: Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels (University of Kent); Naiara Rodriguez-Pena (University of Kent; UPVM) This proposed Special Issue aims to contribute to current critiques about the ‘mobility bias’ (Schewel 2020) within the study of...

16 August 2022
The Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS) is seeking to appoint a Researcher (Salary Level E 13 TV-L, 75%) on the EU Horizon Europe funded project “Measuring Irregular Migration and related Policies” (MIrreM). The position is...

09 August 2022
The project “BROAD-ER: Bridging the Migration and Urban Studies Nexus” (ID 101079254) awarded under the call HORIZON-WIDERA-2021 is looking for a Post-Doc research position in Urban and Migration studies. Deadline September, 18th, 2022 For more...

09 August 2022
The Leiden University is looking for two Post-Doctoral Researchers in Comparative Political Economy on Labour Market and Welfare State Transformations as part of a new Horizon Europe project (4 years). More information here :...

09 August 2022
According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), since 2011 there has been a steep increase of refugees around the world due to persecution, conflict, violence, human rights violation or events seriously disturbing public order....

2022/07/08
by Justyna Salamońska How to research stories of people on the move? How to track their mobility in real-time? How to learn about realised and unrealised mobility plans? In this blog entry, I will focus on methods to research individual biographies as...

07.07.2022
by Christine Lang Reflexive approaches in migration studies have revealed the problems of traditional constructions of the objects of migration research. Much less attention has been paid to the subjects doing the research and the mechanisms that...

15 July 2022
In this 90 minutes event, we will briefly present an overview of the origins of the book and its innovative contribution to migration and social network research. We will then invite a panel of leading scholars in migration studies to lead a reflection...

The book "Revisiting Migrant Networks: Migrants and their Descendants in Labour Markets" provides new conceptualisations on the networks of migrants and their descendants in accessing the labour market. In this 90 minutes book launch event we will...