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Migration Research Methods Workshop - 2020

last modified Jan 20, 2020 11:55 AM

Jan 13th 2020 saw the return of our popular workshop for postgrads and postdocs. A series of expert presenters from across different disciplines shared their experience and discussed 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 aimed to give participants practical experience in thinking through some of the conceptual and practical challenges relating to
migration research and provided an opportunity for some interdisciplinary group work.

Following on from the workshop we are pleased to announce that we will be holding monthly workshops for postgrads and postdocs to explore interdisciplinary approaches to research on migration, mobilities and movement. The workshops will take place every second Wednesday of the month during term time and are open to all postgrads and postdocs, attendance at the original workshop is not a prerequisite. The first workshops will be held on Feb 12 and Mar 11, 12.30pm-2pm at the Institute of Criminology, Sidgwick Ave. Cambridge CB3 9DA