This conference will focus on the most up-to-date research on migration and urban social spaces in the 21st century. By stressing the dynamic, processual and contingent character of modern migration, we will challenge the dominant discourse which sees migration as a linear, one-dimensional and definitive act. Our aim will be to link the city - understood as a fluid social space of meaning and capital production - to the analysis of today’s age of migrations.
We welcome papers from the range of disciplines across the social sciences.
Deadline for abstracts (200 words): July 14th 2006
Please send your abstract to Michal Garapich M.Garapich@surrey.ac.uk
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