IMISCOE Spring Conference (organized by AMIS)
Call for Papers
IMISCOE Spring Conference 2016
Measures of Control: Managing Migration in the 21. Century
(AMIS, University of Copenhagen)
Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) and IMISCOE jointly organize a conference on controlling migration, University of Copenhagen, 18-19. February 2016.
In response to increasing and new patterns of migration, policies of control are increasingly proposed and implemented in Europe and elsewhere. This includes efforts to control numbers of immigrants and in particular the composition of the immigrant group, but also efforts to impact the political, social and cultural integration of immigrants once they have arrived in destination societies. This conference theorizes control, including its forms, manifestations and limits. Contributions may address (but are not restricted to):
- Border controls, the externalization of border controls, and the technologies used to monitor and restrict migration
- The rise and significance of migration industries, including the outsourcing of control to private companies
- Incentives and disincentives – measures and technologies used to attract and keep out migrants
- The refugee crisis and efforts to control and manage the influx in Europe
- Efforts to prevent radicalization, including restrictions on the right of exit (e.g. to go fight in Syria)
- Experiences of loss of control and xenophobia
- Policies to impact the behaviour of immigrants, including their political, social and cultural integration
- Conflicts between control and liberal rights in the aftermath of the Paris and Copenhagen killings
Thursday 18. February
16.00-16.30 Registration and coffee
16.30-18.00 Keynote lecture by Adrian Favell (University of Leeds)
Friday 19. February
9.00-12.00 Guided tour of multi-ethnic Nørrebro
13.00-14.30 Parallel sessions
15.00-16.30 Parallel sessions
16.45-18.15 Keynote lecture by Sarah Fine (King’s College London)
Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be submitted to email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2015. By 2 November 2015 you will be informed of whether your paper has been accepted. The maximum number of accepted papers is 60.
Hotels in Copenhagen
(From low-budget to high-end)
Generator Hostel (€20-€64): Centrally located in walking distance (600 m) from Kongens Nytorv metro (metro direct to conference location).
DanHostel Copenhagen City (€21-€88): Walking distance (1,6 km) from conference location.
Hotel Jørgensen (€21-€66): Very central and right next to the Nørreport Station (metro direct to conference location).
Hotel Windsor (€52-€76): Very central and right next to the Nørreport Station (metro direct to conference location).
Ibsens Hotel (€86-€104): Very central and right next to the Nørreport Station (metro direct to conference location).
Hotel Bethel (€96-€147): Centrally located and right by the habour (Nyhavn) in walking distance (500 m) from Kongens Nytorv Station (metro direct to conference location).
Best Western Mercur Hotel (€100-€124): Centrally located in walking distance (1,1 km) from Nørreport Station (metro direct to conference location).