2005 Appointed to represent Sweden at IGC Intergovernmental Council for MOST

2005 appointed to represent sweden at igc

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2005: Appointed to represent Sweden at IGC, Intergovernmental Council for MOST (Management of Social Transformation) International Social Science Program at UNESCO. 2005-06: Member of the scientific board of the National Investigation on Power, Integration and Structural Dis- crimination. 2005-06: Scientific advisor at the Swedish National Centre against Racism. Member of the scientific board at Institut für Migration und Rassismusforschung, Hamburg. Member of the Advisory Committee of the 13 th Nordic Migration Conference, Aalborg, Denmark, November 18-20, 2004. Editorial boards 1992-2004: Revija za Sociologiju (Zagreb). Until 2001: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 1999-: Invandrare och Minoriteter (Stockholm). 2005-: Migracijske i etnicke teme (Zagreb). Socialvetenskaplig Tidskrift (Sweden). 4. Guest lecturers, visiting professors CWW programme 2000-2006 CWW (Citizenship, Work and Welfare in Multiethnic Europe) has established a wide net of collaborative partners both nationally as well as internationally and several of those have been engaged as lecturers and as visting professors. Some of these are listed below: Professor Floya Anthias, Oxford Brookes University. Research director Ellie Vasta, Compas, Oxford University. Professor Ursula Apitsch, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. Professor Stephen Casles, Oxford University. Professor Nira Yuval- Davis, University of East London. Professor Ann Phoenix, Open University,
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London (visiting prof LiU). Professor Emeritus John, Rex Warwick University. Professors Jan Rath and Robert Closterman University of Amsterad. Professor Ronald van Kempen, Regional research centre, Utrecht. Professor Sako Musterd, AMIDS, Amsterdam University. DhDr Ron Ayres, University of Greenwich. Professor Rainer Bauböck, Austrian Academy of Sciences. Professor Thomas Boje, Roskilde Universitetscenter. Professor Grete Brochmann, Institute for Social Research, Oslo. Professor Giovana Campani, University of Florence. Professor Thomas Hylland Eriksen, University of Oslo. DhD Dusan Janjic, Inst of social research, Belgrad, (visiting prof LiU). Professor Mario Kessler, Institut für Zeitgeschichte, Potsdam. Professor Skevos PapaionnouJ, University of Crete. Senior Lecturer Nicos Papastergiadis, Deputy Dir. of the Australian Centre, University of Melbourne. Senior Lecturer Les Terry, School of Social Sciences, Melbourne,Victoria University (visiting prof LiU). Associate Professor Östen Wahlbeck, (överassistent), Åbo Academy. PhD Suruchi Thapar, University of Brighton. Professor Håkan Wiberg, Danish Institute for International Studies (visiting prof LiU). In Cooperation with ACSIS/LiU Ien Ang, University of Western Sydney Lawrence Grossberg, Professor, University of North Carolina Keith Kahn-Harris, Open University, Oxford Geoff Stahl, Humboldt- Universität, Berlin Lasse Thomassen, University of Essex John Urry, Professor, Lancaster University Jonathan Potter, Professor, Loughborough University UK
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Section III: STRATEGY AND PRIORITIZATION
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Established only 30 years ago, Linköping University (LiU) experienced unprecedented growth becoming one of Sweden’s largest
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