UPCOMING Event: TRANSFORmIG at ESA 2017 in Athens
Upcoming Event: COnviviality and Illiberalism
Lukasz Krzyzowski presents selected results from TRANSFORmIG at the 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association: "The transformative role of digital literacy and monetary flow on Polish migrants’ parents aging in place". The Presentation takes place at the PANTEION University of Social & Political Sciences on September 1st.
Magdalena Nowicka is giving a lecture at a symposium at Malmö University on September 14th: "Troubled with-ness: on promises of conviviality research".
New Publication: Tacit Differences, ethnicity and Neoliberalism
Upcoming Event: Free to be? Negotiating migrant motherhood in urban contexts
On June 9th, Agata Lisiak is giving a talk on "Free to be? Negotiating migrant motherhood in urban contexts" at the Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin.
Agata Lisiak and Magdalena Nowicka (2017): Tacit differences, ethnicity and neoliberalism. Polish migrant mothers in German cities. In: Gender, Place & Culture: 1-17.
Visit: Mette Louise Berg
Upcoming Event: Families and Relationships across crises
On May 12th, Agata Lisiak is giving an input on "Migrant mothers in austere times" at Amnesty International, London.
New Publication: MIGRANT MOTHERS IN AUSTERE TIMES
Upcoming Event: Approaches to Gender in Migration and Border Studies
On May 4th, Agata Lisiak is taking part in a discussion at the Laboratory of Critical Urbanism, European Humanities University Vilnius.
Agata Lisiak (2017): Migrant mothers in austere times: Finding love in a hopeless place? In: Discover Society.
Upcoming Event: "A Vote against Me". Poles in Post-Brexit-Vote Britain
New Publication: Lokale Transkulturalität aus der sozialen Feldperspektive
Magdalena Nowicka is giving a lecture at the Centre of British Studies at Humboldt University of Berlin on May 2nd at 5 p.m. at Mohrenstr. 60.
Serbedzija, Vojin (2017): Lokale Transkulturalität aus der sozialen Feldperspektive: Migrantische (Macht)Einflüsse und Mehrsprachigkeit in Berlin-Pankow. In: Alexander Tölle und Rainer Wehrhahn (Hrsg.), Translokalität und lokale Raumproduktionen in transnationaler Perspektive. Slubice/Berlin: Collegium Polonicum & Logos Verlag, S. 33-46.
New Publication: The social distance of Poles to other minorities
New Publication: "I don’t mean to sound racist but … " Transforming racism in transnational Europe
Magdalena Nowicka (2017): “I don’t mean to sound racist but … ” Transforming racism in transnational Europe. In: Ethnic and Racial Studies: 1-18.
Magdalena Nowicka and Łukasz Krzyżowski (2016): The social distance of Poles to other minorities: a study of four cities in Germany and Britain. In: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43 (3): 359-378.
Workshop: Convivial tools for research and practice
New Publication: Migration and Social Remittances in a Global Europe
Nowicka, Magdalena; Šerbedžija, Vojin (eds.) (2016): Migration and Social Remittances in a Global Europe, Palgrave Macmillan.
On 11 November 2016, Magdalena Nowicka and Mette Berg (University College London) are organising a workshop on convivial tools for research and practice at UCL. During the workshop, Magdalena will be presenting her paper "Towards a new epistemology? 'Convivial research' between normativity and analytical innovation". Agata Lisiak will be giving a talk on "Visualizing Urban Diversity in Focus Group Interviews".
Blog Post: Creative Methods in Migration Research
Immigrant Mothers as Agents of Change
This project is financed by the European Research Council. Starting Grant No. 313369 awarded to Prof. Dr. Magdalena Nowicka.