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The Migration Seminar

The Migration Seminar is a multidisciplinary forum for researchers from all faculties at Malmö University with an interest in migration, integration, diversity and related issues. Master students interested in the research field are also invited and welcome to participate in the Migration Seminar.

The purpose of the seminar is to facilitate exchange of ideas and knowledge, and to stimulate pluralism of perspectives, theories and methods. The seminar offers a wide variety of research related activities ranging from paper and project presentations to especially invited public figures and panel debates. It also hosts the seminar series of the Willy Brandt Guest professor. As the seminar has a distinctly international profile, both with respect to attendance and topics, most sessions are held in English.

The Migration Seminars Spring 2019

January 24 

Popular sovereignty, constitutionalism and indigenous people
Ludvig Beckman, Stockholm University

January 31 

The Global Compact for Migration:  Mandates for the Social and Environmental Sciences
Ellen Percy Kraly, Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt at MIM, Malmö University and Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, Colgate University

February 7 

PhD students at GPS, Malmö University, present their research projects

February 14 

TBA

February 28 

TBA

March 7 

Title TBA
Klara Öberg, Malmö University

March 14 

Paper Seminar
Pieter Bevelander and Anders Hellström, Malmö University

March 21 

Title TBA
Björn Östbring, Lund University

March 28 

Title TBA
Malin Thor Tureby, Linköping University

April 4 

Title TBA
Louise Ryan TBC

April 11 

Title TBA
Jon Wittrock, Malmö University

April 25 

Title TBA
Ellen Percy Kraly, Guest Professor in Memory of Willy Brandt at MIM, Malmö University and Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, Colgate University

May 2 

Title and presenter TBA 

May 9 

Title and presenter TBA 

May 16 

Title and presenter TBA 

May 23 

Solidarity at Sea 
Daniela DeBono, Malmö University and Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute

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