RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM: MIGRATION RESEARCH
This is a special module for students who are engaged in writing a master’s or PhD dissertation, a policy report or a major paper on migration and related topics. This colloquium is demanding on the students with the final aim of finishing a major paper/ dissertation and therefore the participants are expected to regularly submit progress reports and chapters of their dissertations in advance of bi-weekly meetings. The meetings will facilitate an open discussion on each student's research project. Students are also encouraged to work towards a publishable article while engaging in this course.
Mahler, Sarah J. and Patricia R. Pessar (2006) "Gender Matters: Ethnographers Bring Gender from the Periphery toward the Core of Migration Studies" International Migration Review, 40(1): 27-63.
Faist, Thomas (2000) Transnationalization in international migration: implications for the study of citizenship and culture, Ethnic and Racial Studies 23 (2): 189 -222.