I am a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Groningen, currently on a research visit at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity. I have previously held visiting research fellowships at the International Migration Institute in Oxford, the University of Amsterdam...
Mahgol Motalebi is a doctorate student holding DAAD scholarship within the study program IPP-EU at the Institute for European Urban Studies.
Born in 1991, she studied Bachelor of Architecture in Iran; following the Cum Laude graduation in 2016 from the “Architecture and Sustainability” program at...
Maia is a PhD student at the University of Brighton, affiliated with the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics. Her qualitative research explores the relation between climate-related water insecurities (including floods, extreme weather and contamination) and forced im/mobility amongst...
A Fulbright Scholar and a DAAD research fellow, Mais has worked with humanitarian organisations and research institutes in North America, Jordan, Iraq, Kurdistan Region of Iraq, and Germany focusing on forced migration issues. Her area of expertise includes resilience in post conflict, human trafficking,...
Malin Thor Tureby gained her PhD at Linnaeus University in 2005 (History). During the years 2005-2014 she worked as a senior lecture in history and oral history at Malmo university, where she became Docent in 2013 (History) and was promoted Associated Professor (History/Oral History) the same year. Since...
I am a Social Anthropologist and Youth Worker always interested in exploring the overlaps between the two domains. My PhD research was concerned with young people in the Guatemalan diaspora in Southern Mexico and I am currently working on the AIMEC project exploring 'arrival infrastructures' of migrants...
Étudiante chercheuse en thèse doctorat, spécialitée relations internationales et études stratégiques au sein de la faculté des sciences juridiques et politiques de l'Université de Yaoundé 2 soa; précédemment diplômée de l'institut des relations internationales du Cameroun (IRIC) dans le domaine de la...
Manuel Insberg is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Social Anthropology. In his dissertation project, supervised by Prof. Sabine Strasser, he focuses on forms and consequences of violence in refugee reception and settlement. Based on ethnographic research in Norway, he explores causes and consequences...
Farkas Marcell is a PhD student at the University of Pécs’s Doctoral School of Earth Sciences in Hungary as well as an intern at the Obiten institute of the University of La Laguna, Spain. His doctoral research focuses on the spatial differences of forced migration in the Mediterranean region.
Dr. Marcia Vera Espinoza is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Global Health and Development, Queen Margaret University. She is also a researcher in CAMINAR (Comparative Analysis on International Migration and Displacement in the Americas). Her research and teaching seat at the intersection...