PhD Programme in Ethnic and Migration Studies
The PhD programme offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary research education in ethnic and migration studies.. The courses in the program gives the PhD candidates insight into central dimensions of International, European and Swedish research on migration and ethnicity. The courses are distinctly interdisciplinary. Course (90 credits) work and thesis writing (150 credits) is thoroughly integrated throughout the education.
The PhD programme is also integrated with the REMESO Graduate School in Migration, Ethnicity and Society. Students can choose elective courses from the Graduate School and ad to their PhD education, and thereby create their own profile. The PhD programme collaborates with several international research centres in the field of ethnicity and migration.
Presently there is no enrollment pending to the PhD program in Ethnicity. But when this comes up there will be notes of this on this page, in information from Linköping University and in the press.
Professor Stefan Jonsson is scientifically responsible for the programme and chair of the collegium of supervisors.
For further information about the PhD programme please contact the Director of doctoral studies at the Department of Social and Welfare studies, Marianne Abramsson, or the Chair of the doctoral programme in Ethnic and Migration Studies, Professor Stefan Jonsson.
DIRECTION AND ADMINISTRATION
CHAIR OF DOCTORAL STUDIES IN ETHNICITY AND MIGRATION
E-mail: Stefan Jonsson@liu.se
Tel. 011 363630
DIRECTOR OF DOCTORAL STUDIES
Tel. 011-36 33 85
E-mail: Eva Rehnholm
Tel: 011 36 32 38
COLLEGIUM OF SUPERVISORS
Stefan Jonsson (Chair)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE: http://www.isv.liu.se/forskarutbildning?l=en
MA in Ethnic and Migration Studies
Addressing some of the most challenging issues in today’s world, this new programme relates ethnicity and migration to global economic and cultural change, as well as to systems of domination and movements of resistance. You learn to analyse the causes of migration, as well as its consequences for emerging formations of race, gender, labour, citizenship, healthcare, welfare and culture.
The programme welcomes students of different academic backgrounds to develop a critical and transdisciplinary understanding of ethnicity and migration, integrating the humanities and the social sciences. It is set in an international community of students and faculty with numerous visiting researchers and academic activities.
Stefan Jonsson, Professor
Empires & Ethnicities: Critical Problems in Social Theory, Historiography and Ethnicity
PhD- and MA course, 7,5 ECTS, start: 01/19, 2015. Professor Stefan Jonsson, REMESO. The course investigate a series of classical encounters that have shaped Western conceptions of Otherness, ethnicity, and race – from the monsters of antiquity, discourse on cannibals, via Marx’s idea of Jewishness, all the way to Fanon’s struggle with whiteness and Bourdieu’s early writings on Algeria.
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Last updated: Thu Dec 01 16:24:37 CET 2016