Mobile Lives, Glocal Complexities – the 19th ETMU Days invites people to discuss contemporary and historical mobilities and migration at local, national, and other meaningful levels, and to explore global/local intersections and encounters. By referencing the “glocal” paradigm in the title, the conference promotes multi-scalar perspectives of migration and mobility and encourages participants to question the ways in which migratory experiences and borders presently are challenged and reshaped on different levels (local, national, and international).
The Call for workshops generated a variety of interesting and topical venues for interdisciplinary discussion on the conference theme and also on other themes related to ethnicity, migration, and borders. There are altogether 12 on-site and 2 online workshops available. We now welcome your paper proposals: please see the workshop descriptions at our website:
You may submit the abstract of your paper proposal via this link to our online platform by 15 August 2022.
In case you have any questions, you may contact our conference secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org