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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Institut für Sozialwissen­schaften | Diversity and Social Conflict | Events | Memory in Motion: Social Conflict and Politics of Memory

Memory in Motion: Social Conflict and Politics of Memory

Research colloquium at the Department of Social Sciences (SoSe 2018). Organized by Öndercan Muti, PhD Student, and Gökçe Yurdakul, Professor of Diversity and Social Conflict.

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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Institut für Sozialwissen­schaften | Diversity and Social Conflict | Events | Keynote Lecture by Roger Waldinger, Distinguished Professor, UCLA

Keynote Lecture by Roger Waldinger, Distinguished Professor, UCLA

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“A Cross-border Perspective on Migration: Beyond the Assimilation/Transnationalism Debate.” Discussants: Adrian Favell (University of Leeds) and Gökce Yurdakul (Humboldt University of Berlin / Berlin Institute of Migration Research) Chair: Marc Helbling (University of Bamberg / WZB) Date: Tuesday, September 6, 2016 Time: 16:00 Place: WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Room A300 (Reichpietschufer 50, 10785 Berlin) This keynote lecture is kindly hosted by the Research Unit Migration, Integration, Transnationalization in the framework of the international workshop: Migrants, Refugees and Global Justice: Comparative Perspectives in Societies of Migration, organized by the Humboldt University of Berlin Institute of Migration Research (BIM) and the Department of Diversity and Social Conflict.

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Plenary Session: Gender, Family and Immigration

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Leisy J. Abrego, Associate Professor (UCLA) Making Sense of Citizenship: Privilege, Responsibility, Guilt, and Love in Mixed-Status Families in the US Mirna Safi, Research Professor (Sciences Po Paris) Intersecting Identities: the Effects of Assimilation, Gender and Socioeconomic Status on Ethnoracial and Class Identifications in France Discussants: Roger Waldinger (UCLA) and Birgit zur Nieden (BIM / ISW) Chair: Ulrike Hamann (HU / BIM) Date: Wednesday September 7 2016 Time: 09:20 Place: at Institute of Social Sciences, Room 002/004 (Universitätsstraße 3b, Berlin 10117) Leisy J. Abrego is Associate Professor in Chicana/o Studies at UCLA. She studies families, Central American migration, and the production of “illegality” through U.S. immigration laws. Her book, Sacrificing Families: Navigating Laws, Labor, and Love Across Borders, examines the well-being of Salvadoran immigrants and their families—both in the United States and in El Salvador—as these are shaped by immigration policies and gendered expectations. She also dedicates much of her time to supporting and advocating for refugees and immigrants by writing editorials and pro-bono expert declarations in asylum cases. Mirna Safi is Research Professor in the Department of Sociology at Sciences Po, Faculty Affiliate at the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (OSC). She is also a member of the Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique (CREST). Dr. Safi predominantly works on immigration, assimilation, spatial segregation, and ethnic and racial inequality. She recently published a book reviewing the study of ethnoracial inequality in the social sciences and her work on geographic mobility recently appeared in the American Sociological Review. Her current research projects include immigrants’ housing in France, locational choices and neighborhood composition, and the implementation of diversity policies in French firms.

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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Institut für Sozialwissen­schaften | Diversity and Social Conflict | Events | A summary of the colloquium presentation: “Staying Home after Forced Migration: Armenians in Post-Genocide Turkey “ by Dr. Lerna Ekmekçioğlu written by Gizem Özbek

A summary of the colloquium presentation: “Staying Home after Forced Migration: Armenians in Post-Genocide Turkey “ by Dr. Lerna Ekmekçioğlu written by Gizem Özbek

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