CCIS supports the efforts of our affiliates, and we take pleasure in sharing some of the great things they do. Please take note of the interesting and exciting contributions to our research and scientific work from some of our partners.
Claire Adida publishes “Immigrant Exclusion and Insecurity in Africa: Coethnic Strangers”
Claire L. Adida, UC San Diego Assistant Professor of Political Science and CCIS Research Associate, has published a new book through Cambridge Press.
UC Global Health Day
April 18, 2015
UC Global Health Day is a showcase for the research, training and outreach in global health being undertaken across the University of California. The goal of UC Global Health Day is to feature the rich diversity of global health work being done in different disciplines at all ten UC campuses.
This event is an opportunity for UC students, fellows, faculty, staff and visiting scholars to share their current work in global health.
American Studies Association Annual Meeting 2015
October 8-11, 2015
“North of Misery: Migration, Affect, and Action”
This panel will explore the relation between affect and action within the longer history of immigration in North America. How have those in the Global North imagined suffering in the Americas and their relation to it? What do their responses to migrants (and to migrant narratives) reveal about the political efficacy of emotion?
Proposals from all disciplines are welcome. Potential papers might consider: affect in the debate over immigration; representations of migrants in literature, visual art, performance and film; activism and theatricality; expressions of empathy, sentimentality, and/or moral outrage; structures of feeling in the “North”; the evolving symbolic role of the North/El Norte; the historic and contemporary role of Canada as refuge.
Please send abstracts (200-300 words) and brief CV by Jan. 5 to Stephen Park (firstname.lastname@example.org). Inquiries before that are welcome.
The Sixth Annual UC International Migration Conference
February 20, 2015
“Immigration Policy at Varying Scales”
Those interested in presenting should email email@example.com with a title and abstract of 150-200 words. We will provide free accommodations and travel subsidies (up to 100%) for all presenters at the conference.Please note the following criteria and deadlines, and please share widely.
ELIGIBILITY: Ph.D. candidates and faculty members in the University of California who are paper authors or coauthors
DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS: December 31, 2014
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCES: January 9, 2015
New Study by UCSD’s Tom K. Wong: Significant Percentage of Unauthorized Immigrants May Be Eligible for Permanent Status
Tom K. Wong, UCSD Assistant Professor of Political Science and CCIS Research Associate, has published a study in the Journal on Migration and Human Security: “Paths to Lawful Immigration Status: Results and Implications from the PERSON Survey” (with Donald Kerwin, Jeanne M. Atkinson, and Mary Meg McCarthy). The study attempts to answer the question of the number of unauthorized immigrants who, without knowing it, may already be potentially eligible for lawful immigration status.
The Summer Course on Refugee and Forced Migration Issues
May 12-18, 2014
The Summer Course on Refugee and Forced Migration Issues is an internationally acclaimed seven-day, non-credit course for academic and field-based practitioners working in the area of forced migration. It serves as a hub for researchers, students, practitioners, service providers and policy makers to share information and ideas. The Summer Course is housed within the Centre for Refugee Studies, York University. All participants who complete the full course receive a York University Centre for Refugee Studies Summer Course Certificate.
Dates: May 12-18, 2014
Location: York University, Toronto, Canada Course Fee: $1400 CAD +13%HST (until April 1, 2014)
Migration Research Unit Student Conference 2014
June 14, 2014
Child & Youth Migrants: Global And Interdisciplinary Perspectives
University College London, 14 Jun 2014
Please submit applications with a title, 1 page abstract, and CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 1 March 2014. Presentations will be about 20 minutes long. If you will require a visa to attend the conference, please consider submitting your application before the deadline to ensure you have enough time to apply for your visa.
The Seminar on the Studies of Brazilian Migration in Europe has had two previous editions. The first one was in Spain in 2010 and then in Portugal in 2012. It is a biennial event which will have its third edition at the Institute of Education – University of London. This 2014 edition has been brought to the UK via the work being developed by GEB, the Brazilian Migration to the UK Research Group.
The 3rd Seminar of Studies on Brazilian Migration in Europe invites proposals for presentations (oral and posters) in Portuguese, Spanish and English on any aspect of research on migration.
PhD Partnership in Global Social Protection Transnational Studies Initiative – Harvard University
September 30, 2013
Starting in January 2014, TSI will host one or two PhD or post-doctoral students working on related topics who would like to partner with us on this intellectual journey. These individuals will work with Professors Levitt and Viterna on developing these ideas, participate in all TSI activities, and be welcome to take part in all open University seminars and public conferences. Please download the announcement for details.