| Workshop


Chaired by
Michael Bommes (Professor of Sociology, Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS), University of Osnabrück, Germany)

  • Julie Y. Chu (Anthropology, Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA)
    “Bad Subjects: Identification, Migration and the Case of the ‘Phantom’ Patients in New York City”
  • Isabel M. Estrada Portales (Health Studies, Office of Minority Health Resource Center, US Department of Health and Human Services, Maryland, USA)
    “Rural Souls in Urban Hells: The Reconstitution of a Supporting Community through Favelas”
  • Réka Geambasu (Sociology and Anthropology, Babe?-Bolyai University, Cluj, Romania)
    “Rural-Urban Migration and the Creation of ‘The New Socialist Man’ in Communist Romania”
  • Oscar Gil (Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)
    “Engendering Democratic Strategies for Governing Migrants in Urban Centers”
  • Michael Janoschka (Human Geography, University of Frankfurt/ Main, Germany)
    “Governance Regimes and Regulation in Local Political Conflicts: Re-Thinking the Political Participation of Migrants”
  • Li-Fang Liang (Sociology, Syracuse University, New York, USA)
    “The Construction of Global City: Invisible Work and Disposable Labor”
  • Katharina Ludwig (Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria)
    “Family Deregulation? Mobilizing Collectives to Loop Migration Order in Austria”
  • Danzan Narantuya (Sociology, National University of Mongolia, Mongolia)
    “Migration into Cities: Mongolia”
  • Ezebunwa E. Nwokocha (Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria)
    “Engaging the Burden of Rural-Urban Migration in a Non-Regulatory System: The Case of Nigeria”
  • Akachi Odoemene (African Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria)
    “The Historical Dynamics of Migration into Enugu City, Southeastern Nigeria, 1915-1990”
  • Anisseh Van Engeland (Law and Political Science, European University Institute, Florence, Italy)
    “Afghan Migrations inside Iran: From Camps to Cities”
  • Michael Waibel (Economic Geography, University of Hamburg, Germany)
    “Migration to Greater Ho Chi Minh City in the Course of Doi Moi Policy: Spacial Dimensions, Consequences and Policy Changes with Special Reference to Housing”
  • Yan Wei (Demography, Xi’an University of Finance and Economics, China)
    “What Should China’s Government Do for Rural-Urban Migrant Workers?”
  • Christiane Wirth-Forsberg (Geography, University of Oxford, UK)
    “Access to Housing and Employment of New Migrants: Exploring the Limits of Local Governance”
  • Courtney Work (Anthropology, Cornell University, USA)
    “The View from Here: Migration and Village Violence in Cambodia”
  • Friederike Zigmann (Geography, University of Cologne, Germany)
    “Urban Sprawl, Informal Settlements and Government Responses in the Megalopolis of Cairo (Egypt)”