Special Issue on Methods Autumn 2022

22 September 2022

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Charlotte Dahin & Virginia Fanny Faccenda

Reflecting on dominant perspectives in exploring migration processes: insights from our theses fieldworks

09 January 2023
It is now well established that refugee claimants tend to be overly represented as a uniform group. In parallel, victimhood and powerlessness, experiences of violence and repression have progressively gained particular attention in exploring...
Carolin Müller & Sandra Morgenstern

A New House for Migration Research and Exchange for PhD Students: The IMISCOE PhD Network Buddy System

10 October 2022
“A New House for Migration Research and Exchange for PhD Students” seems like a pretty high bar to reach – unfortunately. But why is such a platform needed, and why did we strive for it despite the challenges? We know that access to exchange and...
IMISCOE PhD network blog

Special Issue on Methods Autumn 2022

22 September 2022
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Lisa-Marie Kraus

How can the ethnic majority (not) feel like an outsider?

28 June 2022
Diversity & Inclusion efforts and in particular efforts to increase the feeling of belonging in different social spaces are predominantly focussed on minoritized groups such as people with a migration background. But do members of the ‘other group’–...