Monthly Archives: October 2015

The politics of belonging: Transnational Korean adoptees in Denmark

By Youngeun Koo, former student, MSc in Migration Studies This guest post is part of series featuring writing by current and former students of the MSc in Migration Studies programme In recent years, transnational adoption has become a much-contested area. The long-held … Continue reading

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Leaving Palestine

By Nick Van Hear, Senior Researcher and Deputy Director Musa was jailed six times in the course of the first and second intifadas – the Palestinian uprisings in the late 1980s and early 2000s. The longest stretch was three years from … Continue reading

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Refugee crisis, compassion and Eastern Europe

By Dace Dzenovska, Associate Professor in the Anthropology of Migration Losing Europeanness Every crisis dismantles and produces Europeanness anew. Greek Europeanness was recently questioned by the financial ‘core of Europe’ led by Germany because Greece refused to behave like a responsible … Continue reading

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