Madeline J. Bass. “Hiriira Spatiotemporalities: Mapping Oromo Women’s Liberation in Post-Imperial Berlin.” Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography (12 October 2022).
Madeline J. Bass. “Answering the Call: Disrupting the Logics of Capitalism Through Indigenous Economies.” Emancipations: A Journal of Critical Social Analysis 1:2 (2022).
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).
Iva Dodevska. “Boundary Integrationism and Its Subject: Shifts and Continuities in the EU Framework on Migrant Integration.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (14 August 2023).
Iva Dodevska. “The Genealogy of Integrationism: Ideational Foundations of the Politics of Immigrant Integration.” Frontiers in Political Science 5 (2023).
Iva Dodevska. “The Architecture of Race in the British Immigration and Citizenship Regime: The Figure of the Undesirable ‘Other.'” Journal of Identity and Migration Studies 15: 2 (Autumn/Winter 2021).
Zoheb Mashiur. “‘A Very Entertaining Book’: The Ventriloquism of Rudyard Kipling’s The Eyes of Asia.” Litteraria Pragensia 61:31 (2021).
Rosario Rizzo Lara. “Managing Irregularized Migration in Mexico: Rhetoric of a Renewed Approach.” Journal of Borderland Studies (26 August 2022).
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.
Naiara Rodríguez Peña. “Moving across (Im)mobility categories: the importance of values, family and adaptation for migration.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (16 May 2022).
Staff Members, Supervisors, and Representatives of Partner Institutions
Procházka, Martin, and Petra Johana Poncarová (eds). Migration and Intercultural Communication. Litteraria Pragensia 31: 61 (2021). Special journal issue. Available in open access.
- Peter Burschel: “Purity: The Emergence of a Cultural Code in Early Modern Europe”
- Matthew Pratt Guterl: “White Supremacy: American Style”
- Mirka Horová: “Revisiting the Golden Age: Brexit, Migration and the Rhetoric of National Identity”
- Markéta Křížová: “Slavery and Liberation Observed from the Margins of the Atlantic: Reflections of Overseas Colonization in The Book of Joseph (1783-1784)”
- William O’Reilly: “Trade in Strangers: Curiosity, Travel and the Recruitment of Migrants”
- Martin Procházka: “Migration and Intercultural Communication: An Introduction”
- Clare Wallace: “The Camp and the Journey: Aesthetic Encounters with Forced Migration”