Networks

Multiple forms of migrant identity, association and belonging often develop within dense highly localised networks while sustaining transnational links to sending societies. COMPAS’ work in this area has focussed on networks that form part of the migration process, transnational connections and diasporic links.

Books

Reports

Journal Articles

Working Papers

Projects

Diaspora Engagement in War-Torn Societies

Giulia Liberatore, Leslie Fesenmyer and Nicholas Van Hear | January 2011 – December 2015

Female Muslim Leaders in Britain: Transnational Publics and Changing Forms of Leadership and Authority

Giulia Liberatore | April 2015 – Jan 2017 (moved to another instution for remaining year)

Kenyan Pentecostals between ‘Home’, London, and the Kingdom of God

Leslie Fesenmyer | December 2013 – December 2016

Muslims and Community Cohesion in Britain

Hiranthi Jayaweera and Sarah Spencer | June 2005 – June 2007

Political Engagements of Latin American Immigrants in the UK

Davide Pero | July 2004 – June 2006

Risk Cultures in China: An Economic Sociology?

Michael Keith | 2006 – 2009

Social Contexts of Education and Learning in Retirement Migration

Caroline Oliver | March 2012 – October 2013