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Crossing borders, connecting cultures

This special conference issue zooms deeper into people’s migration experiences by foregrounding how migration is connected to culture and language. The nexus of migration, and culture is explored in more depth by asking how migration is lived, experienced, mediated, and reflected in general and through everyday cultural, linguistic and artistic practice. Further, this issue is interested in deepening understandings of the complexity and diversity of migration experiences and possibilities of connecting different migrant experiences and groups of people.

Edited by Birte Nienaber

  1. This special issue of Comparative Migration Studies on the occasion of the IMISCOE 2021 Conference with the theme “Crossing borders, connecting cultures” features five invited contributions by several conference ...

    Authors: Birte Nienaber, Nicole Holzapfel-Mantin and Gabriele Budach
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:7

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2023 11:21

  2. Migration is the basis for development—economic, social, and psychological. In this paper I will examine borders on migration that entail the ambivalent relating by the societal context of migration to the act...

    Authors: Jaan Valsiner
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2022 10:2