We are pleased to unveil the speakers for our forthcoming Trinity term seminar series, convened by Yasser Moullan and Robtel Neajai Pailey. The eight weekly seminars will include presentations from IMI visiting fellows, and invited experts on international migration.
4 May Emigration and the distribution of income per natural: evidence from Egypt
Joachim Jarreau (University of Paris-Dauphine)
11 May Assembling circulation: Governing the mobility of health professionals from the Philippines to Germany
Cleovi Mosuela (Bielefeld University)
18 May From coffee to industry: Changes in migrants’ characteristics in metropolitan areas in Brazil
Guilherme M Ortega (University of Campinas)
25 May The cultural transmission of the fertility transition: Evidence from internal migrations in 19th century France
Hillel Rapoport (University of Paris 1 and Paris School of Economics)
1 June Institutions and their representations of compatriotism: The case of diaspora politics of Slovakia and the Slovak diaspora in Romania
Natalia Blahova (Slovak Academy of Sciences)
8 June Youth in transregional flows: An ethnography of mobility and instant product consumption among cross-border Chinese Malaysian youth
Fangfang Li (Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research)
15 June 'To have and have not’: International migration, poverty and inequality in Algeria
Mouhoub el Mouhoud (University of Paris-Dauphine)
All seminars will be held at 1pm on Wednesdays in Seminar Room 2, Queen Elizabeth House, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TB.