Madeline J. Bass, Daniel Córdoba, and Peter Teunissen. “(Re)Searching with Imperial Eyes: Collective Self-Inquiry as a Tool for Transformative Migration Studies.” Social Inclusion 8:4 (2020).
Naiara Rodríguez Peña. “State Expansion, Development Imaginaries and Mobility in a Peripheral Frontier: the Case of Caracaraí, Brazil.” IMI Working Paper Series, vol. 165, International Migration Institute, 25 June 2020.
Madeline J. Bass. “Racist Discourse, Social Inequality, and Epidemics.” Oromo Studies Association Mid-Year Conference, 16 May 2020.
Madeline J. Bass. “Humanitarian Needs and Observations from the ORA Archives.” Oromo Relief Association Global Launch, 5 December 2020.
Madeline J. Bass. “Sovereignty of the Soul: Oromo organizations in pursuit of self-determination.” 5th Annual Conference of the Network of Oromo Studies: Self-determination: Prospects and predicaments in Ethiopia with special reference to Oromia, 27 February 2021.
Madeline J. Bass, and Peter Teunissen. “Decolonial methods in studying and politically engaging in migrations: what can we learn from each other?” Workshop Decolonial Methods, Peripheral Selves: The Migrant Figure Between (South)East European and Global South Entanglements, Justus Liebig University of Giessen, 13 July 2020.
Cornel Borit. Presentation within the workshop “Supervision in the MSCA and beyond: Perspective of doctoral researchers”. Online conference MSCA 2020-Achieving More Together, 29 September 2020.
Lucía Bonilla Lara. “Migration Consultants New Hubs of Humanitarian Control.” 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference, Reflexive Migration Studies Paper Sessions Session 2, Paper 4, 2 July 2020.
Lucía Bonilla Lara. “The study of Migration Consultants: Theoretical Positions and Methodological Challenges.” Migration Politics Colloquium, Fall Meeting, 13 November 2020.
Lucía Bonilla Lara. “Migration Consultants: Positionalities and Dilemmas of Knowledge Workers.” Conference: The Moral Economies of Knowledge Production on Migration: Conflicts, Values, Positionalities. Track I, Panel 3: Ordering Migration (Co) Producers and Productions Sites. IMIS, University of Osnabrück. 3 December 2020.
Iva Dodevska. “Reproducing Hegemonic Structures? A Critical Review of Current Paradigms in Migration Research.” 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference: Crossing borders, connecting cultures, University of Luxembourg, 1-3 July 2020.
Iva Dodevska. “The ‘Self’ and the ‘Other’ in Postcolonial Britain: Towards a Genealogy of the British Immigration Regime.” The Migration Conference 2020, South-East European University, Tetovo, 9-11 September 2020.
Iva Dodevska. “Epistemic Racism? The Conspicuous Absence of Race in Migration Research.” PSA Annual Conference 2021 (SG Race, Migration and Intersectionality), Queen’s University Belfast, 29-31 March 2021.
Zoheb Mashiur. “The Sepoy Speaks.” SOAS: Contested Boundaries and the Boundaries of Contestation, 8 September 2020.
Rituparna Rana. “The ‘Postmemory’ of 2nd and 3rd Generation Partition Migrants: Oral Narratives as an Alternative History of the 1947 Partition of India.” The Annual South Asia Graduate Student Conference, The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA, 5-7 March 2020.
Rituparna Rana. “Women’s Body – Legitimacy & Violence: Reading the 1947 Partition trauma through literary representation.” American Comparative Literature Association Annual Conference – Configuring Trauma and Ideology Representation, Chicago, USA, 19-21 March, 2020.
Rituparna Rana. “Oral Narratives of 1947 Partition of India: Linguistic Strategies of Healing and Negotiation with Trauma.” IMISCOE PhD Network Presentation Series 2021, 1 June 2021.
Rosario Rizzo Lara. “Rethinking Migration as a Social Movement.” Conversations with PhDs, University of Kent, 15 March 2021.
Naiara Rodríguez Peña. “Getting Support Through Migration: Overcoming the (Hetero)Sexualization of Migrant Networks.” SOAS: Contested Boundaries and the Boundaries of Contestation, 8 September 2020.
Peter Teunissen. “Corridors of Expulsion.” Postcoloniality and Forced Migration, 11-13 December 2019, Aalborg, Denmark.
Peter Teunissen. “Postcolonial configuration of EUropean deportation regimes: epistemologies of deportation studies.” Why and how should we research the deportation of foreigners? Epistemological, methodological and ethical issues in deportation studies: 3-4 September 2020, Wolverhampton (online).
Other Publications, Lectures, Interviews, and Courses
Madeline J. Bass. ““Resistance is our Culture”: An Archival Exploration of Oromo Diaspora Organizing.” Displaced Voices: A Journal of Migration, Archives and Cultural Heritage, vol. 1 (summer 2020).
Madeline J. Bass. Seminar “Mapping Diaspora; New Understandings of Space, Place, and People on the Move.” X-Student Research Group. Berlin University Alliance (Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin).
Iva Dodevska. “The ‘Self’ And The ‘Other’ In Postcolonial Britain: Towards A Genealogy Of The British Immigration Regime.” The Migration Conference 2020 Proceedings: Migration and Politics. Transnational Press London: 2020.
Zoheb Mashiur. “Revisiting the only book written by an Indian about the Indian soldiers of WWI.” The Daily Star. 1 October 2020.
Zoheb Mashiur. Interview for Canada Bangladesh Social Justice Action Research Alliance, 17 June 2020.
Rituparna Rana. “The importance of oral narratives in recording and archiving the histories of the 1947 Partition migration.” Guest lecture at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA 10-15 March 2020.
Peter Teunissen. “Border Crossing Assemblages: Differentiated Travelers and the Viapolitics of FlixBus.” Journal of Borderlands Studies 35:3 (2020), DOI: 10.1080/08865655.2018.1452165.