CCS of Migration

11 Dec 2019

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Zuzana Sekeráková Búriková: Outside of global or local care chains: Nannies and babysitters in Slovakia

21 Mar 2018

Author: Zuzana Sekeráková Búriková Title of the paper: Outside of global or local care chains: Nannies and babysitters in Slovakia Date and place: March 21, 15:15 in Room U34

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Hans Siebers: What Turns Migrants into Ethnic Minorities at Work? Factors Erecting Ethnic Boundaries among Dutch Police Officers

17 May 2017

Dear all,  as the semester nears its end, let me invite you to its last Research meeting, which will again take the shape of a working seminar hosted by our Center for Cultural Sociology of Migration (CCM).  The final episode of Season 1 of CCM’s seminars with discuss a recent article by Hans Siebers, who investigated how ethnic minorities emerge...

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Presentation by Lenka Kissova

19 Apr 2017

Presentation by Lenka Kissova 15.15 in U34 details to follow

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Ivana Rapošová: New minorities, activists and multicultural festivals: inclusive commonality in the making?

22 Mar 2017

Dear all, in the name of the Center for the Cultural Sociology of Migration (CCM), let me invite you to the second of the CCM’s working sessions, which will take place under the umbrella of our community Research meetings next Wednesday. On March 22 at 3.15 pm, the seminar will discuss a draft by the Center’s research fellow Ivana Rapošová...

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Nadya Jaworsky: “The Politics of Selectivity: Newspaper Coverage of Refugees Entering Canada and the United States”

22 Feb 2017

February 21, 13:30 in Room U34 paper by Nadya Jaworsky: “The Politics of Selectivity: Newspaper Coverage of Refugees Entering Canada and the United States”. Please, find the abstract below.  Interested participants should contact jaworsky@fss.muni.cz to get the paper. ————— The Politics of Selectivity: A Cultural Sociological Analysis of Newspaper...

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Center for the Cultural Sociology of Migration

The Center seeks to bring cultural sociology and migration studies into closer conversation. We see migration as one of the most important issues in societies around the world, whether with regard to the refugee “crisis,” migrant integration, or “failed” multiculturalism.

Join us for monthly meetings in which students and faculty come together to discuss a migration-related text (submitted by a member or an outside colleague).

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Contact: Nadya Jaworsky

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