Interview with Beatriz Padilla e Thais França
Lecture by Beatriz Padilla, director of the Institute for the Study of Latin America, the Caribbean and Latinos in the USA (ISLAC), at the University of South Florida, and Thais França, from the Center for Research and Studies in Sociology (CIES-Iscte), at Iscte, University Institute of Lisbon, where Portuguese migrations to South America after World War II are analyzed.
Lecture by Asaf Augusto, researcher at the University of Bayreuth, where the Portuguese migration to Angola and the Angolan migration to Portugal are analyzed, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on September 26, 2022, in online format.
Lecture by Professor Jean-Pierre Cassarino, professor of governance and management of migration and international cooperation at the College of Europe and associate researcher at the Research Institute of Contemporary Maghreb (IRMC), where the European Union's readmission system is analyzed, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on June 2, 2022, in online format.
Lecture by Professor Ian Goldin, Professor of Globalization and Development at Oxford University and Professor at the University's Balliol College, focusing on migration and its conundrums, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on April 28, 2022, in online format.
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
Lecture by Professor Catherine Wihtol de Wenden, director of research emeritus at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and researcher at the Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, Sciences Po Paris University, where the relationship between migrations, borders and the right to mobility is addressed, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on February 17, 2022, in online format.
Lecture by Professor Andrew Geddes, Director of the Migration Policy Centre, exploring the repertoires of migration governance in the EU, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on February 3, 2022, in an online format.
Lecture by Professor Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration Mobility and Citizenship at the University of Bristol, exploring issues related to the decolonization of migration, its understanding and research methodologies, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on October 29, 2021, online.
Lecture by Professor Giuseppe Sciortino, Professor of Sociology at the University of Trento, Italy, focusing on a critical review of existing knowledge about the ways in which mobility is intertwined with changes in sexual practices, beliefs, and discourses, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on September 21, 2021, in online format.
Lecture by Professor Thomas Faist, Professor of Transnational Sociology, Migration and Development at the University of Bielefeld in Germany, focusing on the shift in focus from the social question between labor and capital, as it was in the 19th century and throughout much of the 20th century, to the interstices between the global South and the global North, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held May 6, 2021, in online format.
Lecture by Professor Alan Gamlen, Associate Professor at Monash University, focusing on the consequences of the Coronavirus pandemic on human migration and mobility, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held April 29, 2021, in online format.
Rui Pena Pires
Webminar “Portuguese emigration in the XXI century”, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on April 15, 2021, where the recent history of Portuguese emigration and the methodological problems involved in its study were presented.
Lecture by Professor Frédéric Docquier, professor of Economics at the University of Luxembourg, focusing on the framework of Portuguese emigration in the global context of wage disparity, population flows and migration, co-organized by Cies_iscte, the Emigration Observatory and Rede Migra, held on October 30, 2014, at Iscte.
Lecture by Professor Michael Skey, professor of sociology in the School of Social Sciences, Loughborough University, focusing on the struggle for belonging and security in an uncertain world, organized by Cies_iscte, the Emigration Observatory and the Migra Network, held on September 18, 2014, at Iscte.
Lecture by Professor Russell King, retired professor from the University of Sussex, focusing on the geographical and socioeconomic context of Portuguese emigration in Europe, delivered at the International Conference on Contemporary Portuguese Emigration, organized by the Emigration Observatory, held on March 13, 2013, at Iscte.