Seminar

The seminar brings together researchers working on the central themes of the project with different methodological, disciplinary and theoretical approaches. The seminar is hosted by the Policy department of the Institut Convergences Migrations in Paris. Coordinated by Giulia Scalettaris and Sara Casella Colombeau, it takes place at Campus Condorcet, Aubervilliers, Bâtiment de Recherche Sud, salle 1.023, usually 2PM-4 :30PM. The working languages ​​are French and English.

Coming sessions

The program for the year 2024-2025 will be published soon.

Past sessions

6 June 2024

Les enjeux des migrations transfrontalières à l’aune de l’histoire locale. Le cas de la Roya

Invited researcher: Lucie Bargel (Université Côte d’Azur)

Discussant: Daniela Trucco (Université Côte d’Azur)

Article: L. Bargel (2023), “Dans l’écheveau de la frontière. Alignements et réalignements des attachements politiques dans la Roya (XIXe-XXIe siècles)”, Politika.

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16 April 2024

Countermapping the Balkan route

Invited researcher: Claudio Minca (University of Bologna)

Discussant: Sebastian Cobarrubias (ARAID foundation)

Article: C. Minca (2021), “The Game: Or, ‘the making of migration’ along the Balkan Route”. Political Geography 91, 1-11.

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20 February 2024

Destination: Scandinavia. Afghan youth traveling across Europe

Invited researcher: Moa Lonning (Aarhus University)

Discussant: Francesca Meloni (King’s College London)

Article: Lønning M. 2023. “‘You hold your life in your hands until you arrive in another country’: young Afghans seeking onward mobility from Greece”, Ethnic and Racial Studies: 1-21.

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7 June 2023 

Retracer un régime circulatoire. Concepts, méthodes, défis

Invited researcher: Adèle Sutre (EHESS Paris)

Discussant: Camille Buat (Center for Modern Indian Studies, Université de Göttingen)

Book: A. Sutre, Géopolitique des tsiganes: Des façons d’être au monde, entre circulation et ancrages . Le Chevalier bleu, Paris, 2021.

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7 April 2023 

Bannir sans éloigner. Gouverner les « dublinés » en France après 2015

Invited researcher: Tom Montel (CRESSPA, Paris 8 University)

Discussant: Stefan Lecourant (CEMS, EHESS Paris)

Article: T. Montel, « Bannir sans éloigner. Gouverner les « dublinés » en France après 2015 ». Migrations Société, 2021(4), 95-110.

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