- Nostalgia and diversity: Understanding integration at the local level
- Merger of Europe’s human rights and equality bodies is on the agenda: good news or bad for migrants’ rights?
- Stuck in traffic: How helpful is the trafficking framework?
- Taking popularity seriously
- The Oxford Migration Studies Society: Conference News
Monthly Archives: September 2011
By: Mette Berg, Departmental Lecturer, Anthropology of Migration The intensification of global flows in the current period has led scholars to describe cities like London as ‘super-diverse’: a ‘diversification of diversity’, with a population characterised by multiple ethnicities, countries of … Continue reading
By: Carlos Vargas-Silva, Senior Researcher and Quantitative Data Analyst of the Migration Observatory On 1 May 2004 eight Eastern European countries joined the EU. These countries as a group are commonly known as the A8 countries. As members of the … Continue reading
By: Iain Walker, Senior Research Officer In his book In An Antique Land, Amitav Ghosh unravels the story of a twelfth century Jewish merchant from Cairo, exploring the complexities of transnational networks in the Indian Ocean. He might as easily … Continue reading