Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM) at Malmö University (Sweden) part of the EuMIGS Network launched in September 2020 the Migration Society 2.0 Lectures- Community and Conflict in the Era of Diversity.
The aim of the lecture series is to enhance knowledge and understanding of how diversity is normalized in the minds, actions and behaviors of people and organizations. What kind of mindset and strategy of co-existence is diversity? How is it produced and communicated through public imagery and narratives? And, which new patterns of community and conflict does it engender? The list of confirmed speakers consists of internationally renowned scholars who are prominent in the literature on the diversity turn in migration studies and/or because of their innovative research on diversity.
Beyond National Identity: Shared Membership, Deservingness, and Inclusive Solidarity in Diverse Societies
Keith Banting, Professor Emeritus of Political Studies and Stauffer Dunning fellow at the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University
Rethinking Disaster Nationalism- lessons from a pandemic
Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship, University of Bristol