For best experience please turn on javascript and use a modern browser!
You are using a browser that is no longer supported by Microsoft. Please upgrade your browser. The site may not present itself correctly if you continue browsing.
The six winners of the 2022 Migration Politics author residencies, co-sponsored by the ACES Migration Network, have been announced.

In Spring, we welcome:

  • Ulrike Bialas (Max Planck, Göttingen) Forever Seventeen: Young Asylum Seekers in Germany and the Liminal Space of Adolescence
  • Salah Punathil (University of Hyderabad) “National Borders among Families: Precarious and Intimate Citizenship in India”
  • Jagat Sohail (Princeton) “Cannibal Economies and How Guest Workers Became Working Guests: The Economic Integration of Berlin’s Refugees”

In Autumn, we welcome:

  • Gehad Abaza (UC Santa Barbara) “Building a House, Crafting a state: Syrian War-Time Migration in Abkhazia”
  • Jill Alpes (Ghent University) “Brokering migrants’ rights in an age of post-truth: Strategies for empirical research in support of pushback litigation at European borders.”
  • Julia Morris (University of North Carolina) “Migrant Extractivism and New Resource Frontiers”

We look forward to welcoming them at the University of Amsterdam as fellows-in-residence to develop their ideas into manuscript ready for submission to Migration Politics.

The fellowship-in-residence includes one public presentation, intensive feedback sessions with the editorial team, other fellows and other migration scholars working in or near Amsterdam. The residency fellowship programme is open to scholars with a PhD at all career stages as well as to PhD candidates. For more information, visit: