People are mobile, and arguably always have been. Yet, in recent years, migration and mobility have been pushed onto the agendas of government and non-governmental actors alike, have been covered widely in the media, and have generated societal discussions about ways of belonging and exclusion. In a time when migration and mobility are raising political, environmental, social, and ethical questions, there is a pressing need to rethink these fundamental concepts in creative, multidisciplinary ways.
We are organising regular networking events, and advertise events and calls of interest to those working on migration and mobility from across the divisions. We also support other inter- and multi-disciplinary events, engagements opportunities, and projects relating to migration and mobility.
We kindly invite scholars working on migration and mobility, and based at the University of Oxford, to fill out this quick form which can be found here: accounts.google.com/signin/v2/identifier?service=wise&passive=1209600&continue=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLSdQn6zlOiJdw2dyOWCfNAxmB5-Hg7qFxKJhKbe6E_baLtL82g%2Fviewform%3Fusp%3Dsf_link&followup=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLSdQn6zlOiJdw2dyOWCfNAxmB5-Hg7qFxKJhKbe6E_baLtL82g%2Fviewform%3Fusp%3Dsf_link<mpl=forms&flowName=GlifWebSignIn&flowEntry=ServiceLogin, so we can update or upload their profiles on the MigrationOxford website. Please complete this form even if you already have a MigrationOxford profile.
If you would like to discuss an idea, or have any questions, please get in touch by contacting
Domiziana Turcatti: firstname.lastname@example.org
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