Welcome to the Migration Lab

The Migration Lab is a research community that brings a wide range of scholarly expertise to bear upon contemporary migration issues. It aims to facilitate a multidisciplinary discussion that can educate and inform, and where possible, provide new frameworks for mitigating conflict and inequities.

Throughout the 2018-2019 academic year, the Migration Lab hosted a public series titled, "Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue." The series brought together a multidisciplinary group of Princeton University faculty, along with visiting scholars from the United States and around the world, in lectures, conferences, exhibitions and commissioned theatre works. “Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue” was funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. 

News

Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019
by Peter Makhlouf

On Thursday, February 21st, the Mellon-Sawyer Seminar on Migration commenced its spring semester lineup of events with a lecture by Homi K. Bhabha...

Tuesday, Dec 11, 2018

On December 11, 2018, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and National Humanities Medal recipient Isabel Wilkerson presented a lecture as part of...

Buffer Fringe Festival

An article by Omiros Panayides and Eva KoraeThe Town Crier, Post no.2 MWM, Limassol 2020       Heroes Square, Limassol 2020   Post Tools: laser cutter, plastic | bronze | youtube The post Eva Korae and Omiros Panayides #2 appeared first on Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival.

An article by Die Wolke art groupBody interface development A summary of the function of the interfaces used for Δtopia Body electronics To facilitate the interactive aspects of Δtopia, inertial and mechanical sensors on the dancer’s body — in this case, Drosia’s — transmit motion data wirelessly to computers for processing and use for musical […] The post Die Wolke #3 appeared first on Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival.

An article by Kat KatsAuthored by: Kyriaki Theodorou Loving Birds This project aims to travel back in time together, to when love was pure, feelings were strong, thoughts were hard to express. It is a whole journey to find love, the right words to describe love, the right place to feel the love. And when there’s […] The post Kat Kats #2 appeared first on Buffer Fringe Performing Arts Festival.

Upcoming Conference

Language and Migration: Experience and Memory

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