EU Transatlantic Security Roundtable 4
Educating for Migrant Integration - Integrating Migration into Education: European and North American Comparisons
International Conference of the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (CERES), Munk Centre, University of Toronto and the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunschweig, Germany and the Network Migration in Europe
Munk Centre, University of Toronto, September 21st to 24th, 2006
Randall Hansen, Chair in Immigration & Governance, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
Hanna Schissler, Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research
Phil Triadafilopoulos, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
Rainer Ohliger, Network Migration in Europe, Berlin
Call for papers
Migration and integration have become key social phenomena shaping and reshaping the modern world. Different streams of migration have contributed considerably to changing (national) populations and perceptions about immigration, citizenship, and minority incorporation. One vital area in dealing with the challenges of immigrant integration is the educational sector. Schools, curricula, educational policies, teaching materials and public debates centred around questions of education have thus become important and often controversial topics in immigration societies.
The conference Educating for Migrant Integration - Integrating Migration into Education: European and North American Comparisons will address the interrelated questions of immigrant incorporation and education in a comparative framework, drawing on European and North American experiences. The focus may be contemporary or historical (1945 to the present). The main areas of interest for the conference will be:
The workshop is open to scholars in the Humanities and the Social Sciences in the widest sense (anthropology, education, ethnology, geography, history, law, political sciences, sociology). Abstracts for papers will be considered on a competitive basis. The number of speakers will be limited to 20 (plus external participants/audience). Half of the places will be reserved for younger scholars (advanced Ph.D. candidates and recent post-docs). The organizers will cover expenses for accommodation and food. Financial support to subsidize travel expenses can be applied for on an individual basis.
Submissions of abstracts (max. of 600 words) and a short biographical note (not more than two pages) including a list of (selected) publications are welcomed until May 15 2006. Papers are supposed to be circulated in advance and have to be received by September 7, 2004. Publication of the papers in an edited volume is intended.
For further information see under www.network-migration.org/workshop2006 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Send your application to the given email address by May 15, 2006. The selection committee will choose and notify the participants by beginning of June 2006.