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Book Talk: Migrations in the Mediterranean

Migration
Regionalism
Power
P23
Ibrahim Awad
Hassan Bousetta
Université de Liège
Boutaina Ismaili idrissi
Mohammed V University Rabat
Sarah Wolff
Queen Mary, University of London
Ricard Zapata Barrero
Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Friday 10:00 - 11:30 GMT (15/12/2023)

Abstract

Speakers: Ibrahim Awad, The American University in Cairo Hassan Bousetta, University of Liège Boutaina Ismaili Idrissi, Université Mohammed V Rabat Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Sarah Wolff, Queen Mary University of London The newly published book Migrations in the Mediterranean, co-edited by Ricard Zapata-Barrero (GRITIM-UPF) and Ibrahim Awad (Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, American University in Cairo) is an Open Access book gathering contributions from almost 40 researchers working on migration issues in the Mediterranean. It analyses migration dynamics in the Mediterranean, as well as their drivers and impacts, from a conceptually broad and regional perspective, while showcasing a plurality of approaches. On the 15th of December, a Book Talk will be jointly organized by the ECPR Standing Group on Migration and Ethnicity and EuroMedMig (GRITIM-UPF) to discuss the book and present its key findings. For the occasion, we have invited some of the books’ authors, who will present their respective chapters and will reflect on the book’s pertinence in light both of the current migration research agenda and recent migration developments in the Mediterranean. We are glad to be able to count on the participation of Boutaina Ismaili (Mohammed V University in Rabat), Ibrahim Awad (The American University in Cairo), Hassan Bousetta (University of Liège), Ricard Zapata-Barrero (University Pompeu Fabra), and also Sarah Wolff as a special guest (Queen Mary University London). Migrations in the Mediterranean can be accessed online, open access: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-42264-5?page=2#toc