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In a new blog Oliver Bakewell and Agnieszka Kubal provide some reflections on the THEMIS conference 'Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond' that took place in Oxford from 24-26 September 2013.

The THEMIS conference will be remembered as an excellent combination of a beautiful venue, smooth organisation, and, most importantly of all, a wide range of scholars from around the world. 139 participants from 28 countries presented their ideas and engaged in vibrant, critical and constructive dialogue. The conference was an open and stimulating environment for the free exchange of ideas, and robust but friendly debate over two and half days.

 

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