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Migration and mobility: comparative issues in Western European Countries - JMM664
Title: Migration and mobility: comparative issues in Western European Countries
Guaranteed by: Department of European Studies (23-KZS)
Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences
Actual: from 2022
Semester: summer
E-Credits: 6
Examination process: summer s.:
Hours per week, examination: summer s.:1/1, Ex [HT]
Capacity: 4 / unknown (4)
Min. number of students: unlimited
Virtual mobility / capacity: no
State of the course: not taught
Language: English
Teaching methods: full-time
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
priority enrollment if the course is part of the study plan
Guarantor: Dr. Paul Bauer
Teacher(s): Dr. Paul Bauer
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download briggs.transnationalism.analysis.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download brubaker.ethnic and racial studies.2001.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download brubaker.2 kapitola.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Brubaker.6 kapitola.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Brubaker.7 kapitola.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
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download E.Said.Reflections-on-Exile.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download fassin.biopolitics.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Fassin-Mazouz RFS.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download disgrace.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download guiraudon.Human rights.immigration.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download gutierrez.nation.migration.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Joppke.immigrant.immigration.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download makaremi.border.france.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Malkki.exile.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Nancy Green. Fr-US melting pot.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download noiriel.memory.migration.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download peixoto.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download SCHUSTER.Azylum policy.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Thielemann.azylum.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
download Vala, Lopes, Lima.html Dr. Paul Bauer
download Wenden.asylum.france.pdf Dr. Paul Bauer
Last update: Dr. Paul Bauer (19.02.2019)
Migrace a mobilita v Evrope - Mobility & migration in France and Europe

The lesson questions the migration phenomena in European countries during the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. Special attention is paid on the relation between social sciences and politics and its link with migration and social mobility in Europe.
Aim of the course
Last update: Dr. Paul Bauer (19.02.2019)

The lesson aims at providing an introduction to the migration phenomena that occurred in European countries during the 20th century and the beginning of the 21th century. In 12 lessons, we will question the relation between sciences and politics within the definition of the migration problematic in Europe.

Teaching methods
Last update: Dr. Paul Bauer (19.02.2019)

The lesson is a seminar structured on the reading and the comment of scientific articles coming from political sciences, sociology, anthropology, and history.

Requirements to the exam
Last update: Dr. Paul Bauer (19.02.2019)


Active participation (10%)

Students are required do read the mandatory texts for each class and be prepared to answer questions related to it in the class. Repeated failures to answer questions in class will lower student’s score.

Class Presentation & Paper based on the presentation (40%)

What will be expected:

15 mn presentation

Students will write a short paper about the chosen presentation's topic.  Minimum length: 6400 characters with spaces.

Send the paper  to Pauli Bauer ( 

Due date for the paper: June 5th, 2019. No late submissions accepted!

Final writing essay exam (50%) A-F grade's system

Final exam will cover topics from classes, mandatory readings as well as student presentations.

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