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Lecture Series | Attila Melegh (Budapest) - Globalization and the migration turn. Why migration has become a polarizing issue

On 20 June at 18:15 Attila Melegh, sociologist and historian. Senior advisor at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, associate professor at Corvinus University, Budapest, will discuss how historical sociology has contributed to the development of a "migration turn" in research, placing Eastern Europe in a global context. The talk also considers how migration has shaped domestic political and social discourses in the region.

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Call for Papers | From ‘Early Access’ and ‘Open Worlds’ to Game-Cons and Clans: The Production of Spatiality and Community in Contemporary Gaming

|   Doctoral Program

The third Graduate Workshop of the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies at the University Regensburg will take place from 14-16 September 2022. The deadline for proposals is 19 June

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Lecture Series | What is the "American Model"? Learning Management and Knowledge Ideologies in a “Moment of Danger” for Universities (Ben Chappell)

|   Lecture

ScienceCampus visiting fellow Ben Chappell (University of Kansas) will give a talk at the lecture series Frictions and Transformations of Globalization on 13 June 2022 at 18:15.

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Research Colloquium | Travels across Language: Cosmopolitanism Made/Unmade (Galin Tihanov)

|   Research Colloquium

On Thursday, 9 June 2022, at 14:15 Galin Tihanov will give a talk on cosmopolitanism at the Research Colloquium.

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