New Trends and Directions of Migration
Migration is one of the most important global phenomena of the modern world, affecting economic, political, social, and cultural processes and giving rise to new phenomena and practices. Migration takes different shapes and forms. Some countries experience an outward flow of populations, while others undergo a large-scale inflow of migrants and refugees. What issues should scholars focus on today in order to understand migration on the local, national, or even continental scale? What methods need to be employed in such studies? How is migration to be understood in academic research, and what questions must be answered today?
The conference is geared towards an interdisciplinary approach. We have brought together experts from a variety of fields, including economics, sociology, political science, anthropology, and cultural studies. Among other issues, we are going to discuss the following themes:
1) new directions of migration;
2) transnational migration
3) forced migration;
4) ethnic entrepreneurship and transformation of urban space;
5) children of migrants and integration of migrants;
6) religion and migration.
The conference will include a roundtable ‘Adaptation of Migrants’ Children’, bringing together scholars and civil society activists to discuss problems of access to education for the children of migrants and issues of their adaptation in schools.
Heaven Crawley, Professor of International Migration, Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations Coventry University
Anatoly G. Vishnevsky, Professor of Demographic Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Ekaterina Demintseva, Director, Centre for Qualitative Social Policy Research, Institute for Social Policy, Higher School of Economics, Moscow; Associate Professor, School of Cultural Studies, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Tatiana Intigrinova, Policy Advisor, Oxfam in Russia
Ekaterina Komarova, Deputy Director, Institute for Social Policy, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Dmitriy Oparin, Senior Lecturer, Department of Ethnology, Moscow State University (Lomonosov University); Research Fellow, Institute for Social Policy, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Working languages: English and Russian.
Address: Myasnitskay street, 20 and 11 (Lubyanka metro station)
Program of the Conference - Migration_Eng_fin.pdf
Call for Papers - Callofpapers.pdf
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