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CAMMIGRES

The Cambridge Migration Research Network

Studying at Cambridge

Department of Geography

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

Network members:

Name Email Research Interests
Professor Amin, Ash ash.amin@geog.cam.ac.uk

The politics of settlement; how western societies treat immigrants; how attitudes and policies of aversion or tolerance are regulated and rebalanced

 

Dr Davenport, Romola rjd23@cam.ac.uk

The impact of immigration to London on metropolitan and national mortality rates, 1750-1900; the process of endemicisation of a range of infectious diseases in the English population and how this influenced migrant, urban and national mortality rates before 1900

 

Dr Jeffrey, Alex asj38@cam.ac.uk How ideas of the state travel between different contexts, practices of state-building, and the way in which returning displaced peoples and refugees (in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and increasingly elsewhere) adopt ideas and practices of citizenship.

Forum members:

Lauren, Ave PhD  al523@cam.ac.uk Professional migration; political integration; identity politics; global cities; social networks

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Please note that the CAMMIGRES network has been superseded by the Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement.

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