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CALL FOR PAPERS: Mobilities and Transnationalism in the 21st century

CALL FOR PAPERS Mobilities and Transnationalism in the 21st century 28-30 April, 2019 University of Iceland, Reykjavik. Changing geo-political environment, economic transformations and techn

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Exploring possibilities for more-than-rational and inter-subjective care in international migration

Open lecture by Sergei Shubin, Professor of Human Geography, Swansea University, UK Friday, 5.October, 2018; 8:50-9:50; University of Iceland, Árnagarður-201 About the lecture: This lecture ex

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Transnational Families Research: the Romanian case

Open lecture by Viorela Ducu, Associate Researcher at the Centre of Population Studies, Babes-Bolyai, Romania. Thursday, 4.October, 2018; 12:00-13:00; University of Iceland, Oddi-206 Abstract: I

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Call for papers: Transnational families and care

A joint seminar of the University of Iceland and Swansea University (UK) organized by the project Mobilities & Transnational Iceland Reykjavik, 4-5 October, 2018 Description
Contemporary

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Mobilities sessions on Þjóðarspegillinn

Mobilities and Transnational Iceland was present at Þjóðarspegillinn, an annual conference at the School of Social Sciences, University of Iceland.  The Mobilities and Transnational Iceland consi

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The New International Division of Cultural Labor and the Cognitariat?

Open lecture by Toby Miller, Research Professor in Media and Culture Studies of the Graduate Division at the University of California, Riverside. 29.09.2017, 12:00-13:00, Þjóðminjasafn Ísland

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Europe’s Last Frontier

Open lecture by Dimitris Dalakoglou, Professor of Social Anthropology at the Virje University Amsterdam. 28.09.2017, 12:00-13:00, Lögberg-101 The Post-Cold War period has brought forth

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Mobility, mobilities, immobility: What’s in a name?

Open lecture by Noel Salazar, Professor in Anthropology at the University of Leuven 27.09.2017, 12:00-13:15, Háskólabíó-4 As a concept, mobility nicely captures the common impression that ou

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Lithuanians in Iceland

Lithuanians are second largest immigrant group in Iceland, however not much researched one. The report presented by Karl Sigurðsson is important attempt to fill this gap. Based on the survey colle

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The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Seawomen of Iceland: A Conundrum of Monopolies, Modernity, Memory, and Power

10th of April, 2017 Margaret Willson, cultural anthropologists and Professor at the University of Washington gave presentation in the project's open lecture series, “The Mysterious Cas

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