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Migration 2021

Bader M2
Nationalism, Migration, and Gender: Discussing Femonationalism

Blanco Sio-Lopez M2
A Boundary-Breaking European Utopia? The EU’s “Free Movement of Persons” as a History of Belonging and Displacement

Brand M9
The American and British Responses to the Hungarian Refugees from 1956

Canefe M7
Populist Nationalism and Forced Migration: Dispossession and Dismemberment of Unorthodox Minorities in the Middle East

Carcélès M9
The Turkish, Kurdish and Armenian Nationalist Mobilization in France: Between Conflicts and Integration in the Host Country

Crooke M7
The Temporal Tensions of Asylum Lawyering

Ganohariti M3
Citizenship and Legal Identity in De Facto States

Kesylytė-Alliks M5
The Continuation or the Invention of Tradition: Cultivating Religious and National Identities Among Lithuanian Immigrants in Norway

Kovacs M9
Identity Strategies of the UK-Based New Hungarian Diaspora

Kozlova M8
The Perpetual Minority: A Case Study of Volga German Migrants in Germany

Lataianu M4
The Implications of the Weakening or Elimination of the Flores Agreement for Immigrant Children in the US

Lemekh M4
The Guatemalan Ethnic Islet in a Korean Ethnoburb

Moreau Shmatenko M8
The Role of Temporality in Analysing the Russian-speaking Diaspora in Switzerland

Pointner M7
In Me(mória)m–About the largest Refugee Camp in Europe

Rizzo Lara M5
De la Clandestinidad a la Luz: Resilience Mechanisms Developed by Central American Migrants

Rock M8
Intergroup Memory of Russian-speaking Jews, Russian Germans and Ethnic Russians in Berlin

Shaharyar M10
Critical Dialectic Geography: Overcoming the Antinomies between Physical and Social Spaces

Ulgen M5
Success and Limits of Interculturalism: Sephardic Belonging and Identity in Québec

Vedenyapina M8
“Teaching them different Jewishness”: Two Voices of Family Memory among Russian-Speaking Jewish Emigrants in France