We are proud to announce the winners of our 2022 Migration Politics Residential Fellowships.
In Spring we welcome
- Ulrike Bialas (Max Planck, Göttingen) Forever Seventeen: Young Asylum Seekers in Germany and the Liminal Space of Adolescence
- Salah Punathil (University of Hyderabad) “National Borders among Families: Precarious and Intimate Citizenship in India”
- Jagat Sohail (Princeton) “Cannibal Economies and How Guest Workers Became Working Guests: The Economic Integration of Berlin’s Refugees”
In Autumn we welcome
- Gehad Abaza (UC Santa Barbara) “Building a House, Crafting a state: Syrian War-Time Migration in Abkhazia”
- Jill Alpes (Ghent University) “Brokering migrants’ rights in an age of post-truth: Strategies for empirical research in support of pushback litigation at European borders.”
- Julia Morris (University of North Carolina) “Migrant Extractivism and New Resource Frontiers”
The editors thank our UvA funders for the generous support: ACES, the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies and the Transnational Configurations of Conflict and Governance programme group.