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CAMMIGRES

The Cambridge Migration Research Network

Studying at Cambridge

Department of Sociology

http://www.sociology.cam.ac.uk/

Network Members: 

Name Email Research Interests
Dr Bagnoli, Anna ab247@cam.ac.uk Explores patterns of communicable diseases among displaced persons during forced migrations and in temporary camps
Dr Coulter, Rory rcc46@cam.ac.uk

Long-distance internal migration and short-distance residential mobility within Britain using large longitudinal datasets

 

Dr Desai, Manali md644@cam.ac.uk

State formation, political parties, social movements, development, ethnic violence, and post-colonial studies

 

Dr Miley, Jeff thomas.j.miley@gmail.com

Relations between native citizens and international migrants

 

Professor Scott, Jacqueline jls1004@cam.ac.uk Family and household processes through comparative data on family and work, well-being and immigration

Forum members:

Bulat, Alexandra ab2289@cam.ac.uk Eastern European immigration to the UK
Indom, Emre ei231@cam.ac.uk Economics and Turkish migrants in the UK; migrant identies, social networking and socio-economic status
Riemann, Me-Linh mlhr2@cam.ac.uk Life histories and argumentative patterns of recent Spanish labour migrants in the UK; impact of economic crisis on decisions to migrate
Soffia, Magdelena ms2165@cam.ac.uk International migration and informal employment in Latin America
Walsh, Peter pww28@cam.ac.uk Borderline democracy; development of UK immigration policy

The CAMMIGRES Network

Please note that the CAMMIGRES network has been superseded by the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement.

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