Iva is a Marie Curie Fellow and doctoral candidate in the project MOVES: Migration and Modernity - Historical and Cultural Challenges. As part of project MOVES, Iva is based at Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 and Charles University Prague. Her doctoral research critically examines the knowledge production on immigrant integration from a Foucauldian and decolonial perspective to understand how “integration” is imagined by various social actors across policy and research. She is interested to...
Migration Reasearch Hub ID: 2247
ORCID https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3438-2137
Twitter https://twitter.com/Iva_Dodevska_

Roles

  • Charles University

    University, Prague, Czech Republic
    doctoral candidate

  • Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3

    University, Montpellier, France
    doctorante contractuelle

Research

The Architecture of Race in the British Immigration and Citizenship Regime: The Figure of the Undesirable ‘Other’

Authors Iva Dodevska
Year 2021
Journal Name Journal of Identity and Migration Studies
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1 Journal Article

The Integrationist Paradigm: Discourses on Immigrant Integration Across Policy and Research

Principal investigator Iva Dodevska (Principal Investigator)
Description
This project examines the knowledge production on immigrant integration across research and policy in the European context. Two case studies (one national – the UK, and one supranational – the EU) of political and policy discourses on integration are investigated in their interrelations with academic discourses in elite migration and integration academic publications in order to unpack the coproduction, between policy and research, of the integrationist paradigm in Europe. Key questions are how “integration” is imagined by various social actors, how it produces migrant subjectivities and what is the role of epistemic communities in the politicization of diversity. Interested primarily in integrationism as a technique of power, the project takes a decolonial and genealogical approach that situates integrationist discourses within wider systems of hierarchy, notably the racial order, patriarchy and capitalism. The aim is to understand how the politics of integration research and the scientific claims in “evidence-based” policy intersect to produce integrationism as the only legitimate mode of managing migration-related diversity.
Year 2019
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2 Project

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