Viewing Life Through the Migration Lens: experiences and thoughts post-MSc

MSc graduates

This series is a collection of blogs written by graduates of the MSc in Migration studies, reflecting on the approaches and knowledge gained and how they have or have not changed through subsequent experiences and work, since graduation.

Blogs

Steppes and the city: rural to urban migration in Mongolia by Faraz Shibli
24/02/2017

Why Migration Policymaking Needs More Migrant Voices by Yan Matusevich
15/12/2016

Confessions of a Bad Migrant by Nina Swen
22/11/2016

Canada’s Oldest Internally Displaced Peoples by Samim Lambrecht
16/11/2016

On Contemporary Art and Migration by Emine Yeter
4/11/2016

Hierarchies of Displacement by Emily Johanson
14/10/2016

Common responses to the notion of Migration Studies by Bobbie Mills
07/10/2016

Migration, Disability, and Plain Language by Jonathan Paul Katz
30/09/2016

Refuge in Technology by Aliyyah Ahad
23/09/2016

A night-time border encounter: Some reflections by Tommaso Trillò
16/09/2016

 

 

Topics

Asylum and RefugeesBordersCivil SocietyDiscriminationEuropean UnionPublic OpinionTransnationalism