3CI PHD SUMMER SCHOOL: MIGRATION AND URBAN CHANGE (17-21 JULY 2017)
The Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CIMIC) of the University of Liège is glad to welcome applications for the third edition of the IMISCOE 3CI PhD Summer School ‘Migration and Urban Change'. The deadline for applications is: March 27, 2017 - 12AM.
The third 3CI PhD Summer School Migration and Urban Change will focus on the link between migration (old and new, in and out) and urban change, specifically but not exclusively at the cultural and political level. The lectures will address different issues related to the theme of the Summer School. Furthermore, the Summer school will explicitly address two key issues for PhD students: (1) how to get published?; (2) Ethical Issues in Migration research. Finally, fieldwork will be organized in the neighborhoods of the city.
The 3CI PhD Conference includes 5 days of intensive interdisciplinary training by internationally recognised scholars for 30 selected PhD students to support them with content, methodologies and critical perspectives to conduct their research. Successful completion of the 3CI PhD Conference can be awarded with 5 ECTS.
In 2017, the guest lectures are given by the following professors:
Prof. dr. Bieter Bevelander (Professor in International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) at MIM, Malmö Institute of Migration & Professor in Diversity and Welfare and a senior lecturer at the School of IMER, Malmö University).
Prof. Hassan Bousetta (Professor of Sociology and Politics at the University of Liège, and member of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies)
Prof. dr. Godfried Engbersen (Professor of Sociology at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam and Researcher at the Erasmus University Research Group on Citizenship, Migration and the City)
Prof. dr. Marco Martiniello (Professor of Sociology and Politics at the University of Liège, and director of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies)
Prof. dr. Christiane Timmerman (Professor of Anthropology at the University of Antwerp and Director of the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies)
Prof. dr. Maurice Crul (Professor of Sociology at the Free University in Amsterdam, and at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, coordinator of the international project: 'The Integration of the European Second Generation')
The fee for participating in the 3CI PhD Conference costs for participants from EU-15 countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom) and five developed non-EU countries (Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, United States and Canada), will pay a conference fee of €550.
Participants from EU-12 countries (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia) and other countries will pay a conference fee of €450. IMISCOE members will get a discount of €100. The conference fee covers the classes and lectures, the course material, snacks and drinks during the breaks and lunches, a summer school dinner and access to wireless internet. Participants have to cover their own travel expenses, accommodation costs and social security and health insurance. Participants will stay at a brand new facility in the center of Liège. The negotiated price per night is 47 Euros including breakfast.
To apply, all applicants have to submit an extended abstract representing their current research project, a recommendation letter of their supervisor, a motivation letter and a curriculum vitae. Selected participants are requested to submit a full research paper before the start of the conference.
Deadline for applications is March 27th 2017 at 12AM.
Alissia Raziano: mailto:Alissia.Raziano@ulg.ac.be
Alessandro Mazzola: mailto:A.Mazzola@ulg.ac.be
The 3CI PhD Conference follows a three-year programme organised by a network of the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies (CeMIS) of the University of Antwerp, the Centre for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) of the University of Liège and the Erasmus University research group Citizenship, Migration & the City (CIMIC) with financial support of the International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion (IMISCOE) Research Network.
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