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The PhD Activities of the 17th IMISCOE Annual Online Conference July 1, 9.00am-12.00pm CEST

The IMISCOE PhD Network would like to invite DPhil and Master students researching migration and mobility to participate in the PhD activities organised for the 17th Annual IMISCOE conference. geared towards the professional and academic development of students and young scholars studying migration. This year, these activities will take place online as the rest of the conference and they are open to everyone, regardless of whether they have registered for the conference or not. To register, click here. To check out the Facebook event, click here.
1) The IMISCOE PhD Network Assembly (July 1st, 8.30-9.15am CEST). During the PhD assembly, an overview of what the network is about and how to get involved will be provided, which is great if you are still not very familiar! Furthermore, the PhD representative of the IMISCOE PhD network, Isabella Trombetta, will discuss the represented work she conducted throughout the year and highlights what has been achieved and future challenges.
2) Parallel online discussion rooms, July 1st, 10-12am CEST. The IMISCOE PhD Network has organised four parallel online discussion rooms, during which invited speakers will share with us their experiences and advice on topics of interests for PhD students in Migration Studies
  • ROOM 1: Fieldwork and ethics
    • How can we continue field research during and post Covid-19 times? Creative solutions and ethical dilemmas.
    • Speakers:
      • Dr. Judith Kohlenberger, Vienna University for Economics and Business
      • Dr. Milena Belloni, University of Antwerp
  • ROOM 2: Knowledge Communication 
    • How can we make our research influential and visible? Strategies to share our research with a variety of audiences outside of academia.
    • Speakers:
      • Jacqueline Broadhead, Senior Researcher, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society
      • Sara Creta, Marie Curie Research Fellow, Dublin City University
  • ROOM 3: Publishing Strategies 
    • How can we publish as emerging scholars?
    • Speakers:
      • Professor Emerita Martha Montero-Sierbuth, Amsterdam University College
      • Associate Professor Deniz Sert, Özyeğin University
  • ROOM 4: Life after the PhD 
    • To be or not to be in academia? How to remain in academia and how to leave it?
    • Speakers:
      • Dr. Jill Alpes, Radboud University Nijmegen
      • Dr. William Allen, University of Oxford
3) Online Teaching Workshop: Challenges in Times of COVID-19 (July 1st, 9-12am CEST). PhDs teaching in the area of migration and integration are facing ever greater challenges, as they deal with emotionally charged and highly politicized topics. This workshop will look at these challenges in light of the changes brought about by COVID-19 pandemic. To register for the online teaching workshop, send an email to: phdnetwork@imiscoe.org
The PhD Activities of the 17th IMISCOE Annual Online Conference  July 1, 9.00am-12.00pm CEST
The IMISCOE PhD Network would like to invite DPhil and Master students researching migration and mobility to participate in the PhD activities organised for the 17th Annual IMISCOE conference. geared towards the professional and academic development of students and young scholars studying migration. This year, these activities will take place online as the rest of the conference and they are open to everyone, regardless of whether they have registered for the conference or not. To register, click here. To check out the Facebook event, click here.
1) The IMISCOE PhD Network Assembly (July 1st, 8.30-9.15am CEST). During the PhD assembly, an overview of what the network is about and how to get involved will be provided, which is great if you are still not very familiar! Furthermore, the PhD representative of the IMISCOE PhD network, Isabella Trombetta, will discuss the represented work she conducted throughout the year and highlights what has been achieved and future challenges.
2) Parallel online discussion rooms, July 1st, 10-12am CEST. The IMISCOE PhD Network has organised four parallel online discussion rooms, during which invited speakers will share with us their experiences and advice on topics of interests for PhD students in Migration Studies
  • ROOM 1: Fieldwork and ethics
    • How can we continue field research during and post Covid-19 times? Creative solutions and ethical dilemmas.
    • Speakers:
      • Dr. Judith Kohlenberger, Vienna University for Economics and Business
      • Dr. Milena Belloni, University of Antwerp
  • ROOM 2: Knowledge Communication 
    • How can we make our research influential and visible? Strategies to share our research with a variety of audiences outside of academia.
    • Speakers:
      • Jacqueline Broadhead, Senior Researcher, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society
      • Sara Creta, Marie Curie Research Fellow, Dublin City University
  • ROOM 3: Publishing Strategies 
    • How can we publish as emerging scholars?
    • Speakers:
      • Professor Emerita Martha Montero-Sierbuth, Amsterdam University College
      • Associate Professor Deniz Sert, Özyeğin University
  • ROOM 4: Life after the PhD 
    • To be or not to be in academia? How to remain in academia and how to leave it?
    • Speakers:
      • Dr. Jill Alpes, Radboud University Nijmegen
      • Dr. William Allen, University of Oxford
3) Online Teaching Workshop: Challenges in Times of COVID-19 (July 1st, 9-12am CEST). PhDs teaching in the area of migration and integration are facing ever greater challenges, as they deal with emotionally charged and highly politicized topics. This workshop will look at these challenges in light of the changes brought about by COVID-19 pandemic. To register for the online teaching workshop, send an email to: phdnetwork@imiscoe.org