The Migration and Mobility Network (MigMob)


Issues of migration and mobility have for decades been on the public and political agenda, informed international relations and global connections, and resulted in enforced borders and extended transnational communities across the world.

The MigMob-network provides a platform and infrastructure for researchers at Faculty of Arts to enhance the dialogue on migration and mobility, across disciplines, departments and research groups.


2018.06.17 | Education news

Interdisciplinary PhD course – fall 2018

Transnational Migration: Refugees, Routes, Encounters. An interdisciplinary PhD course at Stockholm University – fall 2018.

2018.04.17 | People

Job Posting: Researcher

The US Program of Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking a Researcher to investigate, document, and advocate against human rights abuses experienced by deportees from the United States.

2017.11.17 | Conference

Call for papers: International student mobility and migration: trajectories, transitions, and social transformations

Research panel organised at the 15th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2-4 July 2018 Organizers: Christof Van Mol, Yvonne Riaño, Nicolai Netz, & Parvati Raghuram


Fri 07 Sep
13:00-16:30 | DPU, Tuborgvej 164, Copenhagen NV
MigMob’s seminar: Migration and educational strategies in a generational perspective
Talks by Maurice Crul and Bolette Moldenhawer from University of Copenhagen, and Laura Gilliam and Mikkel Rytter from Aarhus University.
Tue 23 Oct
13:30-16:30 | TBA
MigMob seminar: Anonymous Black and Brown Bodies: The Productive Power of Europe's Deadly Border
With Nicholas De Genova, guest invited by Derek Pardue.

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