Call for abstracts: The colloquium conceptual and methodological issues in migration research: “Migration, mobility and inequalities”
Cross Institutional PhD Research Colloquium:
Centre for Migration Studies (University of Essex)
Migration Research Network (University of East Anglia)
Centre for Migration Research (University of Sussex)
The Call for Applications is now open. Submissions are due by midnight GMT on Wednesday, 14 April 2019.
The Essex Centre for Migration Studies, UEA Migration Research Network, and the Sussex Centre for MigrationResearch, invite PhD Research students to submit papers for the second Colloquium on Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Migration: “Migration, Mobility and Inequalities.” The aim of the one-day colloquium is to explore issues on migration, mobility, and inequalities and, to discuss it in relation to longer-term impacts of immigration on sending, transit, and receiving societies. Much of the most exciting research in these fields is being conducted by emerging postgraduate scholars. Recognizing this, our three research centres are collaborating to bring together PGR students across the UK and beyond to a colloquium on Migration, Mobility, and Inequalities on 20th June 2019. The colloquium will allow students to present their work to other PGR students and senior researchers from various universities in a stimulating academic environment; and serve as a creative forum for academic exchange on contemporary challenges facing migration studies. We welcome research projects from all disciplines and using a variety of methodologies.
The day will consist of different panels of 4 presentations (15 minutes each), as well as a keynote lecture by Professor David Voas from University College London (UCL).
Who can apply?
PhD research students that are registered in Higher Education Institutions.
Please send the following via email to email@example.com with a subject line “Migration Conference” by midnight GMT on Wednesday, 14 April 2019.
Applicants will be informed of our decision by Friday, 26 April 2019.