ESRC Migration Studies Studentship, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford, UK. Deadline: 20 January 2023.
Are you interested in studying for a doctorate (DPhil) in a migration-related subject? Do you have a good first degree in a relevant social science subject? If so, have you considered applying for an ESRC Migration Studies pathway competition Studentship, available through the Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP)?Applications are invited for entry in October 2023. You must apply for the studentship at the same time as you apply for your degree.
There are two routes you can take:
*The Migration Studies Studentships are not intended for taught master’s degrees on their own. To apply you must be planning to undertake a doctorate. Please also note that successful admission to the doctoral programme is subject to approval by the relevant department’s DPhil Admissions Committee.
The studentships cover stipend and fees for the length of your award; full details can be found on the Grand Union DTP website.
The ESRC awarded the DTP Migration Studies Studentships in recognition of research strength in interdisciplinary migration studies, and the two taught masters are offered by Anthropology and International Development (the MSc in Migration Studies) and International Development (the MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies) respectively. Students on the 1+3 pathway may progress from one of these masters to doctorates in Migration Studies, International Development, Anthropology, Politics and International Relations, Geography, Law, Sociology, Economics or another appropriate department.
NOTE: ESRC = Economic and Social Research Council, the UK’s largest funder of economic, social, behavioral and human data science.
Assistant Professor of Migration Studies, Faculty of Humanities and School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS), Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, UK. Deadline: 31 May 2022.
SALIS has a long tradition of teaching and research in Intercultural Studies and a strong international reputation in this field. They currently offer a BA in Social Science and Cultural Innovation and an MA in Refugee Integration, as well as modules at doctoral level. The existing Intercultural Studies team carries out research on aspects of multiculturalism, conflict resolution, global cultures and forced migration. They are home to a vibrant PhD community and also welcome post-doctoral fellows.
The appointee will report to the Head of School and actively contribute to the existing Intercultural and Migration Studies teaching, research and administrative activities of SALIS. The successful candidate will be able to prepare, deliver and assess a range of core subjects at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD level in a manner consistent with DCU’s high academic standards and in a hybrid environment which involves both campus delivery and elements of remote delivery. Teaching extends to supporting innovation in curriculum development.
NOTE: There is a second position for an Assistant Professor in Translation Studies, also as part of the Faculty of Humanities and SALIS, having the same deadline. Knowledge of one or more of the languages taught in SALIS (Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish), in addition to excellent English skills, is required.
Competitive call for book proposals on Migration studies, for IMISCOE’s book series with Springer. Deadline: 31 October, 2021.
The IMISCOE Network has launched a Competitive Call 2021 for ground-breaking new manuscripts (whether authored or edited). The Call is Open Topic in the broad and inter-disciplinary field of Migration Studies. The participation is open to both new and established scholars in the field of Migrations Studies while the main criterion is the excellence of the proposal. Authors/Editors who are within the first 5 years from their PhDs are especially encouraged to apply. The best book proposal will be offered a total Open Access fee waiver. All other proposals submitted under the call can be considered for publication under the standard conditions of the series. Authors or editors submitting under this Call should plan to have their full manuscript ready by the end of 2022.
Established to promote research emanating from the IMISCOE Research Network, the IMISCOE publication series has since become one of the main migration related publication series in Europe and beyond, with over 110 titles published since its launch in 2006. It presents empirical and theoretical scholarship addressing issues of migration management and migrant integration in Europe, from different disciplinary perspectives, and with a special interest in new and innovative topics and methods of research. Authored by experts in the field, the works provide a rich reference source for scholars, students, and stakeholders.
Special Issue Proposals: Migration Studies. Deadline: October 1, 2021.
The journal Migration Studies is now accepting Special Issue proposals. Migration Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality papers in the broad field of migration, including gender, policies, transnationalism, diaspora, integration, development, and other migration-related issues around the world. They favor proposals engaging with current scholarly debates in the theories and/or methodologies of migration studies. And they welcome proposals by scholars from the South and non-anglophone areas exploring innovative streams of research.
A maximum of eight papers are expected for the published Special Issue, including an introduction laying out the importance and timeliness of the key themes, debates, and questions addressed by the Special Issue, as well as an overview of the key findings of the collection of articles.
DPhil Studentship in Anthropology or Migration Studies, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford. Deadline: January 22, 2021.
Applications are invited for a DPhil studentship in anthropology or migration studies. This studentship will be for a maximum duration of 3 years and include a stipend and research expenses of no less than £36,000 per annum (with additional support during the fieldwork year). Starting in October 2021 this studentship will be within the framework of the European Research Council project “Emptiness: Living Capitalism and Democracy After (Post)Socialism.” Funding from the European Research Council means that applicants of all nationalities are eligible for this project. If/when Brexit occurs, the project will be supported by the UK Government under identical rules.
The DPhil student will be part of a research team led by Dr Dace Dzenovska and hosted by the University of Oxford’s School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and the Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society. Under the supervision of Dr Dace Dzenovska, the student will be responsible for developing and carrying out their own original project in Ukraine, Belarus, or Russia (other locations within the former socialist world may be considered) within the overarching analytical and methodological frame of the project. The student will also undertake collaborative work with other team members. The project will study the emptying cities, towns, and villages in Eastern Europe and Russia through the lens of “emptiness” as a concrete historical formation that has emerged in conditions when socialist modernity is gone and promises of capitalist modernity have failed.