Recent publications of team members

Anna Amelina:

(2017) Transnationalizing Inequalities in Europe: Sociocultural Boundaries, Assemblages and Regimes of Intersection, Routledge.

(2017) ‘Sociology of Migration’, in: Kathleen Korgen (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Sociology (in print).

(2016) An Anthology of Migration and Social Transformation. European Perspectives (ed. with K. Horvath und B. Meeus), Springer Science.

(2016) Gender, Migration, Transnationalisierung: Eine intersektionelle Einführung (with Helma Lutz), Studienbrief in der Reihe „Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaften“ der FernUniversität Hagen.

(2016) ‘Migration and Social Transformation: Interdisciplinary Insights and European Perspectives’ (with Horvath, K. and B. Meeus), in: “An Anthology of Migration and Social Transformation: European Perspectives“ (Hrsg. zusammen mit K. Horvath und B. Meeus), Springer Science.

(2015) ‘The Kazakh–German Social Space: Decreasing Transnational Ties and Symbolic Social Protection’ (with Sienkiewicz, J. and Y. Sadovskaya), in: Population, Space and Place, 21(2).

(2015) ‘Approaching Transnational Social Protection: Methodological Challenges and Empirical Applications’ (with Barglowski, K. and Bilecen, B.), in: Population, Space and Place, 21(2).

(2014) ‘The Shadows of Enlargement: Theorising Mobility and Inequality in a Changing Europe’ (with A. Vasilache), in: Migration Letters, 11(2): 109-124.

(2014) ‘Jenseits des Primat-Paradigmas? Zum Verhältnis von Intersektionalität und Differenzierungsformen aus der poststrukturalistischen Perspektive: Ensembles, Hierarchien und Wissensregimes’, in: Martina Löw (Hg.) 2014: Vielfalt und Zusammenhalt. Verhandlungen des 36. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Bochum und Dortmund, Frankfurt am Main: Campus.

Emma Carmel:

(2017) ‘Bringing the social back in’: governance analysis as a mode of enquiry. In: Paul, R., Molders, M., Bora, A., Huber, M. and Munte, P., eds. Shaping Society. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

(2017) Producing knowledge, deploying knowledge for European migration governance (with Kan, H.), in: Bonjour, S., Weinar, A., Zhyznomirska, L. and Siegel, M., eds. Routledge Handbook on Politics of Migration in Europe. Routledge.

(2016) Re-interpreting knowledge, expertise and EU governance: The cases of social policy and security research policy, in: Comparative European Politics, 2016, pp. 1-23.

(2016) Detached, Hostile, Adaptable and Liberalising: The Chameleon Qualities of the UK’s Relationship with EU Social Policy (with Papadopoulos, T.:), in: The Political Quarterly, 87 (2), 228–237.

(2016) ‘TRANSWEL project- working paper no 1, Workpackage 1: transnational policy analysis’ (with Papiez, K.; Sojka, B.:), University of Bath, Bath Spa, UK.

(2015) ‘Migration and Welfare in the New Europe’, Policy Press (with Alfio Cerami and Theo Papadopoulos).

(2015) Limits and Contentions of EU Migration Governance: Reflections on the Juncker Commission and Beyond, in: Politiche Sociali, 2(1): 27-42.

(2015) Policies of the lowest common denominator make the response to the migrant crisis ‘business-as-usual’ for the EU: 
https://theconversation.com/migrant-crisis-can-europes-leaders-deliver-real-change-or-will-it-be-business-as-usual-40735.

(2014) ‘With what implications?: an assessment of EU migration governance between Union regulation and national diversity’,  in:  Migration Letters. 11, 2, p. 137-153

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Florence Fröhlig:

(2017) “Minne”, in: Gunnarsson Payne Jenny och Magnus Öhlander (red). Tillämpad kulturteori: Introduktion för etnologer och andra kulturforskare. Studentlitteratur: Lund (pp 35-54).

(2017) ”Comment témoigner de l’enrôlement de force dans l’armée allemande ? Les enrôlés de force Alsaciens-Mosellans sur le front Est. Une approche ethnologique”, in: Grosbois Thierry (ed) Les enrôlés de force dans les camps soviétiques (1941-1955). Contexte politique, social et démographique. Editions universitaires européennes : Luxembourg.

(2016) ”Visiting places of death. Healing the past”, in: Baltic Worlds In-house Edition 2016 (pp 47-48). 

(2016). ”Как рассказать о принудительной мобилизации в немецкую армию?  Насильно мобилизованные жители Эльзаса Мозеля на восточном фронте.  Этннологический подход”, in:  Война и люди мы и оно на изломе бторой миробойю.  2016. TSU Publishing House G.R. Derwhavin: Tambov (pp 99-121).

(2015)  ”Pohjoismainen romanitutkimuksen konferenssi” (with Jaakko Turunen), in: Review of the Nordic Romani Studies Conference. Finnish Review of East European Studies, 2015 Vol. 22, nr 3, 90-92.

(2015) “On the ‘Against-our-wills’ experiences of the Eastern Front and on the significance of cultural trauma”.

(2014) Book review of Johanna Dahlin, Kriget är inte slut innan sista soldaten är begravt i Historiska tidskriften 2014, No 4.

(2014) Book review of  Sonja Hagelstam, ”Röster om kriget” i Arv. Scandinavian Yearbook of Folklore 2014, vol. 70.

Kinga Papiez:

(2016) ‘TRANSWEL project- working paper no 1, Workpackage 1: transnational policy analysis’ (with Carmel, E., Sojka, B.:), University of Bath, Bath Spa, UK.

Nora Regös

(2016) A comparative Analysis of the Portability of the Social Security Rights within the European Union. Hungary-Austria case study (with Balogh, E.; Scheibelhofer, E.), WSF policy brief #4, March 2016.

Ann Runfors:

(2017) Struktureringsteorin. I: Tillämpad kulturteori. with Gunnarsson Payne, Jenny & Öhlander, Magnus (eds.) Lund: Studentlitteratur.

(2016) What an ethnic lens can conceal: The emergence of a shared racialised identity position among young descendants of migrants in Sweden. Journal of Ethnic and Migrations Studies. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1153414 (available online).

(2015) Povrzanović Frykman Maja, Runfors, Ann and Nina Glick Schiller (Eds). Transnationality and the ethnic lens problematic: spatial, temporal and generational aspects. (Introduction to special issue for Journal of Ethnic and Migrations Studies.

(2015) Struktureringsteorin. I: Tillämpad kulturteori – En introduktion för etnologer och andra kulturvetare. Studentlitteratur.

Maarja Saar:

(2017) “From Peripheral Region to Escalator Region in Europe: Young Baltic Graduates in London” (with King, R., Lulle, A., Parutis, V.), in: European Urban and Regional Studies (accepted).

(2017) “To return or not to return? The importance of identity negotiations for return migration”, in: Social Identities (accepted). 

(2016) “Individualisation of Migration from the East? Comparison of Different Socio-Demographic Groups and their Migration Intentions”, in: Studies of Transition States and Societies 8.3: 45-59.

(2015) “Interpreting Sites of Historical Rupture in Post-Soviet Urban Space: The Case of Tallinn, Estonia.” Ed. Sooväli-Sepping, H., Reinert, H. and Miles-Watson, J. Ruptured Landscapes. Springer Netherlands, pp. 79-96.

(2015) “Väljarände põhjendused ja rändajate muutuv kuuluvus.” (with Jakobson, M-L.) Ed. Vetik, R. Eesti Inimarengu Aruanne. Tallinn: Eesti Koostöökogu, pp. 118-123.

(2014) “Noorte nägemus tööturu riskidest.” Ed. Unt, M., Täht, K. Tööturu väljakutsed kõrgharidusele. Tallinn: Vali Press, pp. 99-117.

Bozena Sojka:

(2016) ‘TRANSWEL project- working paper no 1, Workpackage 1: transnational policy analysis’ (with Carmel, E., Papiez, K.:), University of Bath, Bath Spa, UK.

(2014) Mediterranean Racisms. Connections and Complexities in the Racialization of the Mediterranean Region (with Law, I.; Jacobs, A.; Nisreen, K.; Pagano, S.). Palgrave Macmillan.

Elisabeth Scheibelhofer:

(2016) Von der Herstellung struktureller Ungleichheiten und der Erschaffung neuer Handlungsräume. Eine qualitative Pilotstudie zur Situation anerkannter Flüchtlinge in peripheren Räumen (with Luimpöck, S.), in: Special Issue Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, Gatt, S. et al. (eds.),”Geschlechterverhältnisse der Migrationsgesellschaften” 41 (3), pp. 47-61.

(2016) Reflecting on Spatiality in European Migration Research: From Methodological Nationalism to Space-Sensitive Observations of Social Transformations, in: Amelina, A., Horvath, K., Meeus (eds.), An Anthology of Migration and Social Transformation: European Perspectives, IMISCOE Research Series, Springer, pp. 73-86.

(2016) A comparative Analysis of the Portability of the Social Security Rights within the European Union. Hungary-Austria case study (with Balogh, E.; Regös, N.), WSF policy brief #4, March 2016.

(2015) Insider Research on Migration and Mobility: International Perspectives on Researcher Positioning (book review of the above mentioned title edited by Lejla Voloder and Liudmila Kirpitchenko) in “Ethnic and Racial Studies”.

(2014) Shifting Boundaries of Belonging and New Migration Dynamics in Europe and China (book Review; ed. by L. Pries), in “European Societies”, published online Taylor & Francis October 2014, http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/mxNdQSxMbFCqkrxMyN7e/full.