|Holst, Tore Elias Harsløf||Part-time Lecturer||+4530298924|
|Kohl, Katrine Syppli||Postdoc||+4535333828|
|Mollerup, Nina Grønlykke||Associate Professor||+4535326079|
|Pelckmans, Lotte||Associate Professor||+4535334693|
|Sandberg, Marie||Associate Professor||+4551299017|
|Whyte, Zachary||Associate Professor|
Frowin Rausis holds a MA in Sociology (University of Bern) and a CAS in European Union Law (University of Zurich). Currently, he is a PhD candidate and affiliated to the Department of Political Science at the University of Lucerne (CH) as well as a research fellow at the National Center of Competence in Research for migration and mobilities studies.
In his research project The Invention of Safe Countries, he studies the spread of policies that restrict access to asylum. Thereby, he focuses on the diffusion mechanisms that led to the adoption of safe country policies in Denmark, Switzerland, and South Africa.
Frowin Rausis is joining AMIS as a visiting scholar between February and June 2022.
Kristine Graneng is a PhD candidate at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim. She holds a MA in European Studies from NTNU. Her research interest primarily lies in the politicization of the EU, particularly how migration in recent years have been increasingly linked to attitudes toward European integration. In her PhD project, she examines to what extent and how migration has been debated in four referendums on EU-related issues in Ireland, Denmark and the UK.
Kristine is staying with AMIS in March 2022. During her stay in Copenhagen, Kristine will be working on a case study of migration discourses in the Danish referendum on the Justice and Home Affairs opt-out in 2015.
Martin Joormann completed his PhD in Sociology of Law with his thesis Legitimized Refugees (2019, Lund University). He is the author of publications such as Asylstaffetten – A longitudinal Ethnographic Study of Protest Walks against the Detention of Asylum Seekers in Sweden, (2018, Justice Power and Resistance) and Refugees and the Violence of Welfare Bureaucracies in Northern Europe (2020, Manchester University Press, co-edited together with Dalia Abdelhady and Nina Gren).
Martin serves as editor for several international journals, and he is currently conducting research for his VR International Postdoc, which is based at Lund's Sociology of Law Department. This postdoc project is a collective case study of Danish, German and Swedish appeal instances that decide on the review of rejected asylum claims. The study’s point of departure is to explore the varying extents to which these appeals are politicized in Denmark, Germany and Sweden.
From August 2021 to July 2023, Martin will be a Visiting Scholar at AMIS.
Mirjam Wajsberg joins AMIS as a guest research from Radboud University (NL) where she is a second-year PhD researcher. Her PhD project takes place between Germany and Greece and focuses on mobility trajectories of people on the move in the EU. Her research interests include border studies, citizenship, criminalization of solidarity & migration and urban social activism.
Mirjam graduated from AMIS in 2017. Previously she obtained a BA in History from Freiburg University in Germany.
Tamar Todria holds MA degree in European Studies, currently she is a PhD candidate in European Studies at Institute for European Studies, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. Her thesis is on assessing how asylum seekers are treated in Southern European Countries, how migration policy effects them directly. As a case study is used example of Mediterranean basin. She has got Erasmus + Jean Monnet MEDiterranean border crises and European External Action EUMedEA grant and she has conducted field visit in Sicily.
She joins AMIS as a visiting scholar in May 2022.
Aim of the research stay will be to get acquainted with and investigate recent developments in Danish Asylum System to draw comparison with the similar policy in the Mediterranean context.
Tamar is a member of Research Editorial Committee of EuropeNow published by Council for Europena Studies (CES) at Columbia university and is a member of IMISCOE PhD Board Network.
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