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Seminars at MIM Spring 2009

Seminar schedule for Spring 2009


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Date Name Title Genre Language

21 January

Sofia Rönnqvist, MIM

The diversity idea in  Sweden - failure or "virus"? Book presentation English

4 February

 
Magnus Nilsson, MIM/IMER "Invandrarlitteraturen" och föreställningen om det mångkulturella samhället Book presentation Swedish

11 February

Peggy Levitt,
Willy Brandt Guest Professor, MIM

Constructing Transnational Studies Book presentation English

18 February

 
Ulf Mörkenstam, Statsvetenskapliga inst, Stockholms universitet From nation to democracy: rhetorical themes in Swedish immigration policy 1900-2000 Working paper Swedish

4 March

 
Gunnar Myrberg, Statsvetenskapliga inst, Uppsala universitet Välfärdsstaten och de nyanlända Project presentation Swedish
11 March Khalid Khayati, REMESO, Linköping University From Victim Diaspora to Transborder Citizenship? Working paper Swedish
18 March

Peggy Levitt,
Willy Brandt Guest Professor, MIM

The City as Context: Spaces of Reception in New Immigrant Destinations - English
1 April Berndt Clavier,
MIM/IMER
Diskussionsseminarium om rapporten "Hot mot demokrati och värdegrund - en lägesbild från Malmö" Discussion seminar Swedish
3 April

9.30-12.00
Björn Fryklund, Anna Lundberg
MIM
Asylsökande i Sverige- Ett rättssäkert och värdigt mottagande för barn och vuxna? Presentation av antologin samt paneldiskussion Swedish
15 April

Kikuko Nagayoshi,
Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University, Japan

Xenophobia as “Banal Nationalism”: Relationships between Anti-Immigrant Attitudes and Social Security.

Presentation of (parts of) thesis English

22 April

 

Peggy Levitt,
Willy Brandt Guest Professor, MIM

Creating Global Citizens: Lessons from Women's Rights Activism Working paper English
29 April Peggy Levitt,
Willy Brandt Guest Professor, MIM
God Needs No Passport: Immigrants and the Changing American Religious Landscape Open Lecture at Lund University English
6 May

Charles Woolfson,
Guest Professor REMESO, Linköping University 

Neo-liberalism and the fragmentation of social solidarity in the Baltic States: Can the pieces be picked up? Presentation of current research English
13 May

Nicola Piper,
Senior Lecturer, Swansea University,
United Kingdom 

"Making Migrants' Rights Matter" Work in progress English
 5 June

Friday
13.15-16.00

Anders Hellström and Christian Fernandez, MIM

"Passions of Representative Politics" and "Education and Diversity" Work in progress English
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