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Seminars at MIM Spring 2011

MIM Seminars Spring 2011

20 January

Raymond Taras, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt Autumn 2010 and Spring 2011.
Title: to intervene or not to intervene in ethnic coflicts?
Abstract
Genre: research seminar
Language: English 

3 February

Mozhgan Zachrison, PhD candidate, IMER/MIM and Linköping University
Title: Providing vulnerable groups of asylum seeker with information
Abstract 
Genre: presentation of the results of the study
Language: Swedish

10 February

Kristine Ringsager, MA in Musicology and Anthropology (2009) from University of Copenhagen
Title: Rap, rights and respect!
Abstract 

Language: English

17 February

Carin Björngren Cuadra, PhD, Dr Od sci/IMER, Assistant Professor, Malmö University
Title: Right of access to health care for undocumented migrants in European Union - a comparative study of country policies
Abstract
Genre: research seminar
Language: English

18 February, Friday 10.15-12.00, G104!

Rickard Lagervall, Ph. D. candidate in islamology at Lund university and teacher in religion at Halmstad university.
Title: The Muslim Brotherhood: Pragmatists within a Democratic System or radicals with a Hidden Agenda?
Language: English

8 March, Tuesday 14.15-16

Roberto Scaramuzzino, PhD candidate, Health and Society, Malmö University 
Title:
The Civil Dialogue Model on Integration in Sweden - The participation of immigrant organisations, a question of influence, cooperation and conflicts
Abstract
Genre: Work-in-progress
Language: English

9 March, öppen föreläsning i G125 15.30-17.30 

Erik Ullenhag, Integrationsminister - The Swedish Ministry of Integration
kommer att diskutera rasisim och främlingsfientlighet med forskare och media.
Föreläsningen hålls på svenska.

10 March

Raymond Taras, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt Autumn 2010 and Spring 2011.
Title: Correlating Fears and Foreign Policies: The Impact of Polish Russophobia and Swedish Phobia-of-Phobias on International Politics
Abstract
Genre: research seminar
Language: English 

17 March, G249

Jonas Helgertz, PhD, Department of Economic History, Lund University
Title: Immigrant Careers – Why Country of Origin Matters
Abstract
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Genre: Book Presentation
Language: English

31 March

Nadine T. Fernandez, Associate Professor,SUNY Empire State College, USA 
Title: Perspectives on Cuban Marriage Migration to Denmark
Abstract
Genre: Work-in-Progress presentation
Language: English

7 April

Johan Karlsson, PhD, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
Title: Why Norway banned the purchase of sexual sevices: Ideas and prostitution policy
Abstract
Genre: Working paper
Language: English

26 April, Tuesday at 19.00 at restaurant La Couronne, Södra Förstadsgatan 36, Malmö

Raymond Taras, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt Autumn 2010 and Spring 2011.
Title: Why are Europe's Leaders Suddenly Attacking Multiculturalism?
Genre: public lecture
Language: English

5 May

Brigitte Suter, PhD candidate IMER/MIM
Title: African migrants’experiences of transit: the case of Istanbul
Abstract
 
Genre: research seminar
Language: English

19 May

Andreas Johansson Heinö, Political scientist, University of Gothenburg 
Patrik Hall, Associate Professor, Malmö University 
Vanja Lozic, Post doc researcher, Malmö University
Title: Perspektiv på svenskhet
Abstract
Genre: Panel discussion
Language: Swedish

20 May, Friday, at 13-15 (MIM/PIKE-seminar)

Pieter Bevelander, Professor and lecturer, MIM/IMER
Anders Hellström , Post Doc researcher, MIM

Title:  Trespassing the Threshold of Relevance: Media Exposure and Opinion Polls of the Sweden Democrats, 2006-2010
Abstract

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Genre: work-in-progress presentation
Language: English

25 May, Wednesday

Per Eriksson, Information Office, Malmö University
Title: Kommunicera din forskning: möjligheter och betänkligheter
Abstract
Genre: Workshop
Language: Swedish

26 May

Raymond Taras, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt Autumn 2010 and Spring 2011.
Title: False Consciousness in Our Time: The Persisting Attraction of Myths, Fabrications, and Lies
Abstract 
Genre: research seminar
Language: English
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