The Department of Politics and Society is dedicated to the study of political and societal developments with local, national and /or international relevance. Our faculty research the past and the present in an effort to shape the future, and we transmit our research into a number of high quality educational programs. The department is located at the main campus of Aalborg University in Aalborg with a branch at the Copenhagen campus.
Tamirace Fakhoury - keynote speaker at prominent international conference at UCLA
The International Conference on Forced Migration at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is taking place on 14-15 April, 2023, with associate professor Tamirace Fakhoury, Global Refugee Studies (GRS), giving the opening plenary address on the governance of forced migration and the global refugee regime.
MIX reading list - March 2023: 'Convoluted mobility', undocumented motherhood and trade and right-wing populism
In March, MIX offers you to explore the concept of 'convoluted mobility', undocumented motherhood, and migrant mother smuggling in the Tunisian–Libyan borderlands and trade unions and right-wing populism in Europe through the case study of Denmark. The research papers are conducted by MIX members and are exploring the forums’ core topics of migration, displacement, and integration.
28.03.2023 at 13.30 PM - 16.00 PM
Research seminar: When intersectionality travels
The aim of this seminar is to address and discuss how intersectionality can help us to explore how the markers of racialisation intersects with other markers such as gender, class, sexuality, nationality etc. within the context of Europe.
29.03.2023 at 11.00 AM - 30.03.2023 at 14.00 PM
Invitation to PhD workshop on "Feminist Methodologies: Workshop on Field Relations and Methodological Reflections”
This course on feminist methodologies addresses both those explicitly employing a poststructuralist feminist methodology, but also those simply curious about how such an approach may inform concrete fieldwork. The target group for the course includes both those about to do fieldwork and those who would like to engage in further reflection on the outcome of already accomplished fieldwork.
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