Transnational families: multi-sited, mixed-method approaches enero 8, 2013Posted by kurtlewin in Congreso Internacional, Diversidad, Inmigración, Intervención social y comunitaria, Investigación, Noticias.
The conference addresses methodological and substantive gaps in transnational family research by promoting multi-sited, mixed-method and comparative approaches. Invited scholars from different disciplines will present state-of-the-art research on transnational families, focusing on children, caregivers and migrant parents located in different parts of the world. The conference is preceded by a PhD workshop in which students will present their work and receive feedback from peers and specialists in the field. The conference opens with a policy roundtable with stakeholders from different European and African countries.
This is the final conference of the NORFACE funded ‘Transnational Child Raising Arrangements between Africa and Europe (TCRAf-Eu)’ project. <http://www.tcra.nl/>
For registration for the Policy Roundtable please contact Patricia Jaspers: firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD workshop PhD students are invited to submit extended abstracts on research on transnational families by January 11, 2013. Preference will be given to projects involving multi-sited, mixed-method approaches.
For more information please visit: <http://www.tcra.nl/>
27 March, 3pm: Policy Roundtable
28-29 March: Academic Conference:
- Dr. Joanna Dreby
- Prof. Karen Fog Olwig
- Prof. Elspeth Graham
- Dr. Marzia Grassi
- Prof. Valentina Mazzucato
- Prof. Xin Meng
- Dr. Jenna Nobles
- Dr . Ninna Nyberg Sørensen
- Dr. Cecilie Øien
- Dr. Angela Veale
- Dr. Ming Wen
- Dr. Madelaine Wong
- Dr. Víctor Aurelio Zúñiga Gonzalez
- Descarga el programa en [pdf]