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Seminars at MIM Spring 2013

Seminars on spring 2013


31 January

The impact of the Palestinian immigrants’ politization on the Jordanian identity and political structure
Volkan Gülsen, PhD, Istanbul Kültür University, Turkey
PowerPoint presentation

7 February
Three project presentations
Anne Sofie Roald, Professor in Religious Studies, specialized in Islam, Malmö University
Project: Arab media and social change 
Christina Johansson, Senior Lecturer, PhD with a special interest in migration and ethnicity, Malmö University
PowerPoint presentation
Project: To Learn about Migration and Diversity: School and Museum in Collaboration 
Anders Hellström, PhD in Political Science, MIM, Malmö University and
Ann-Cathrine Jungar, Associate professor at Södertörn university and Director of Studies of BEEGS (Baltic and East European Graduate School)
Project: National-populist parties in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland
PowerPoint presentation 
Language: English/Swedish
See the abstracts on Calendar

14 February
Let´s leave it to the market. Effects of the demand driven labour migration system in Sweden with Henrik Emilsson, Msc, MIM, Malmö University
Abstract
Paper
Language: English

28 February
Styrning av lokala integrationsprogram: Institutioner, nätverk och professionella normer inom det svenska flyktingmottagandet with Martin Qvist, PhD, The Department of Political Science, Stockholm University
Abstract
Text 1
Text 2
PowerPoint presentation
Genre: book presentation
Language: Swedish

4 March, MUSA seminar on Monday, at 14.15-16.00, G107
Bridging the divide: the gap between the study of internal and international migration, with an Italian example with Russell King, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt 2012 and spring 2013, Professor of Geography, University of Sussex, UK
Abstract
PowerPoint presentation
Paper: Russell King & Ronald Skeldon (2010) ‘Mind the Gap!’ Integrating approaches to internal and international migration, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(10): 1619-1646. 
Genre: open lecture
Language: English
Calendar

14 March

Objects as ethnic markers: some methodological questions with Maja Povrzanović Frykman, Professor of Ethnology, teaches in Peace and Conflict Studies Programme at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) 
Abstract
Genre: working paper seminar
Language: English

21 March, room G104, at 14.15-16.00
Hur bekämpa främlingsfientlighet och intolerans inom och utom oss själva? with Bengt Westerberg, the leader of the Liberal People's Party from 1983 to 1995. He served as Minister for Social Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister during the four-party centre-right Swedish government 1991–1994
Abstract
Genre: panel seminar
Language: Swedish
Calendar

11 April, room G104, Gäddan
Research seminar ‘Euro-Turks’ return: The counterdiasporic migration of German-born Turks to Turkey with Russell King, MIM Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt 2012 and Spring 2013, Professor of Geography, University of Sussex, UK and Nilay Kilinc, Masters student in European Studies at Lund University
Abstract
PowerPoint presentation

18 April
Anta utmaningarna på en mångkulturell skola with Laid Bouakaz, PhD in educational sciences, Malmö University

25 April
Migration and ealy life factors and health among small children in Malmö with Elisabeth Mangrio, PhD, Malmö University

16 May
From professionals to pupils: post-immigration education of Bosnian refugees in Sweden with Inge Dahlstedt, PhD candidate in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at Malmö University and Linköping University, MIM, Malmö University and Maja Povrzanović Frykman, Professor of Ethnology, teaches in Peace and Conflict Studies Programme at the Department of Global Political Studies (GPS)

30 May
Fighting racism? Anti-racist legislation in practice – an analysis of anti-Muslim hate-crimes in Sweden in 2006-2010 with Marta Kolankiewic, PhD Candidate in sociology at Lund University in Sweden, where she is writing her dissertation on anti-Muslim racism. 

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