Discussing social networks in migration studies

It’s nice to see my work on refugees’ social networks featured in a recent COMPAS blog by Kirsten McCollum (What do we know about social networks under forced migration? Recent scholarship and new directions for research).

I am also looking forward to our panel on some of these issues at the forthcoming IMISCOE conference (7-9 July 2021): ‘Qualitative network analysis for migration studies: beyond metaphors and epistemological pitfalls’. The panel is informed by a forthcoming special issue of Global Networks edited by Janine Dahinde and Louise Ryan.

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