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Month: January 2018

Job opening (16 Feb. 2018): Post-doctoral position, University of Geneva, within COST Action ETHMIGSURVEYDATA

Job opening (16 Feb. 2018): Post-doctoral position, University of Geneva, within COST Action ETHMIGSURVEYDATA

Dear colleagues, Please bring the following job opening advert to the attention of recent PhD graduates who might be suitable. Please direct all questions to Marco.giugni@unige.ch Position: Post-doctoral researcher in the Institute of Citizenship Studies (InCite) Project: “Is the Integration of Muslim Migrants More Difficult? Unpacking the Differences of the Social, Economic, Civic and Political Integration of Muslim and Non-Muslim Migrants in Switzerland in Comparative Perspective.” Summary: The position is part-time at 75% for 24 months, renewable once again at 70% for the…

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CfP Panel “Party Strategies in the Political Representation of Immigrant Minorities”- 2018 ECPR General Conference

CfP Panel “Party Strategies in the Political Representation of Immigrant Minorities”- 2018 ECPR General Conference

Panel title: “Party Strategies in the Political Representation of Immigrant Minorities” Panel chair: Dr. Santiago Pérez-Nievas (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, santiago.pereznievas@uam.es ) Panel co-chair: Dr. Guillermo Cordero (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, guillermo.cordero@uam.es ) Panel description: The political representation of immigrant minorities has attracted increasing academic and political interest over the last few years. This panel invites papers that look at the role of parties in the inclusion of immigrant origin minorities as candidates at the local, regional or national level….

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 1ST SUMMER SCHOOL ON ‘CONCEPTS AND METHODS FOR RESEARCH ON FAR-RIGHT POLITICS’

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: 1ST SUMMER SCHOOL ON ‘CONCEPTS AND METHODS FOR RESEARCH ON FAR-RIGHT POLITICS’

1ST SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE ECPR STANDING GROUP ON EXTREMISM & DEMOCRACY ON ‘CONCEPTS AND METHODS FOR RESEARCH ON FAR-RIGHT POLITICS’ Scuola Normale Superiore, Florence, 25-29 June 2018 The ECPR Standing Group on Extremism & Democracy, the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX), and the Centre on Social Movement Studies (COSMOS) invite applications for the upcoming Summer School on ‘Concepts and Methods for Research on Far-Right Politics’, which will be held at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Florence, Italy, from…

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CfP Panel “It’s a new day, it’s a new life…” – national identity from the perspective of naturalized citizens- 2018 ECPR General Conference

CfP Panel “It’s a new day, it’s a new life…” – national identity from the perspective of naturalized citizens- 2018 ECPR General Conference

PANEL TITLE “It’s a new day, it’s a new life…” – national identity from the perspective of naturalized citizens. Panel chair: Dr Isabel Estrada Carvalhais (Centre of Research in Political Science, CICP, University of Minho, isabelestrada@eeg.uminho.pt) Panel co-chair: Dr Catarina Reis Oliveira (High Commission for Migrations, Observatório das Migrações, catarina.oliveira@acm.gov.pt)   Panel description: The panel wishes to address questions such as: what is to be a “national citizen” from the perspective of those who acquire it via naturalization?; what is that naturalized…

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CfP Panel “Comparing Dynamics and Strategies of Transnational Diaspora Politics in Conflict Settings”- 2018 ECPR General Conference

CfP Panel “Comparing Dynamics and Strategies of Transnational Diaspora Politics in Conflict Settings”- 2018 ECPR General Conference

Panel: Comparing Dynamics and Strategies of Transnational Diaspora Politics in Conflict Settings ECPR General Conference, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, 22-25 August 2018 Call for Papers Diasporas in conflict create and transform spaces of transnational politics. Migrants and refugees fleeing conflicts can transform the political environment of their homelands, in some cases contributing to social change and peace while in others exacerbating dynamics of conflict. They may engage through conventional political channels such as overseas voting or party membership, or make use…

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