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Migration Research Methods Workshop - 13 Jan 2020

When Jan 13, 2020
from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Room B3/B4, Institute of Criminology, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge CB3 9DA
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Hosted by the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement, this interdisciplinary workshop will explore different approaches to research on migration.

Experts from across different disciplines will share their experience and discuss ways of addressing the specificities and sensitivities of research in areas such as migration policies, labour mobilities, smuggling and human trafficking, arts in the justice system, multilingualism, intellectual and material history, cultural heritage and education. 

The workshop aims to give participants practical experience in thinking through some of the conceptual and practical challenges relating to migration research and to provide a forum for discussing their own research experience in this area.   

Who is it for? The workshop is for postgraduates and post-doctoral affiliates across the arts, humanities and social sciences who are researching global human movement in all its various forms, historically and in contemporary society. We have reserved a number of places for University of Cambridge postdocs and postgrads however we also welcome participants from external institutions.
Want to apply?
 The cost for the workshop is £40 per person. The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement is pleased to announce that they will cover the cost for University of Cambridge applicants that are affiliated with the Centre.

Applications are via the following link:

https://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/institute-of-criminology/migration-research-methods-workshop/migration-research-methods-workshop

You will be asked to provide the following information:

  • Your name
  • Institution
  • Faculty/department
  • Course or research position, and
  • A brief outline of your research topic. 

Please note that there is a 2 tiered pricing structure, please ensure that you select the correct category.

Standard Registration: £40

University of Cambridge Postgrad and Postdocs with Centre Affiliation: £0 *(Please see below)


Provisional Timetable for the workshop

Monday 13th January 2020

8.30–9.00

Registration

9.00-9.30

Welcome and introduction

9.30 -10.45

Ideas of mobility and research methodologies. Chaired by Professor Susan Lee Robertson with Dr Sabina Maslova and Dr Lorena Gazzotti

10.45-11.15

Morning Tea

11.15-12.00

12.00-13.00 

Arts and Humanities led thinking and policy. Chaired by Dr Jenny Mander with Dr Caroline Lanskey, Dr William O'Reilly and Dr Ian James and the second session with Dr Louise Drake and Dr Nicola Buckley

13.00-14.00

Lunch

14.15 -15.30

Interdisciplinary Group Work. Led by Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe

15.30-16.00

Break

16.00-17.30

Materialities of migration; Tools and Technologies. Chaired by Dr Tugba Basaran with Dr Paolo Campana and Dr Mark Breeze

17.30-18.00

Brief Wrap Up

 

Confirmed Presenters:

  • Professor Susan Lee Robertson, Faculty of Education
  • Dr Sabina Maslova, Department of Land Economy and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr Lorena Gazzotti, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)
  • Dr Jenny Mander, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr Louise Drake, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)
  • Dr Nicola Buckley, Centre for Science and Policy (CSAP)
  • Dr Ian James, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics
  • Professor Loraine Gelsthorpe, Institute of Criminology and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr Tugba Basaran, Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr Paolo Campana, Institute of Criminology and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr Mark Breeze, Department of Architecture
  • Dr Caroline Lanskey, Institute of Criminology and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement
  • Dr William O'Reilly, Faculty of History and the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement

 

* University of Cambridge Postgrads and Postdocs who wish to affiliate with the Centre, please do so via the following membership form: https://www.humanmovement.cam.ac.uk/membership-form
University of Cambridge delegates must continue through the booking process right to the end and confirm your order which will generate an email confirmation.  When presented with the 'Confirm Your Order' screen, you should click and the order should complete without requesting payment details.