Public Lecture by Prof. Cati Coe and Book Presentation

Public Lecture by Prof. Cati Coe and Book Presentation

We kindly invite you to join us for an afternoon revolving around transnational family life and the changing welfare state in Europe, organized by the Reproducing Europe team.

"RE:EU" Team members organize seminar for Radboud University faculty to share their first impressions of fieldwork

"RE:EU" Team members organize seminar for Radboud University faculty to share their first impressions of fieldwork

On March 19th, members of the ERC-funded project “Reproducing Europe” organized a seminar entitled: “Negotiating Good Lives: Migrant Parenting, Professionals and the Welfare State” at Radboud University Nijmegen.

Seminar invitation on Negotiating Good Lives: Migrant Parenting, Professionals and the Welfare State

Seminar invitation on Negotiating Good Lives: Migrant Parenting, Professionals and the Welfare State

As we are returning from our fieldwork and the first themes are emerging out of our work, we would like to invite you to join us in an afternoon of presentations with plenty of room for discussion on Monday the 19th of March, 2018 in Nijmegen.

Aspiring to a Welcoming Europe

Aspiring to a Welcoming Europe

On a rainy December evening, a bright and hip cafe tucked into a courtyard near the center of The Hague filled with an audience interested in hearing about local solidarity initiatives in Europe. The event was a celebration of the launch of the publication: “A Welcoming Europe: Exploring Local Solidarity with Refugees,” produced by the human rights organization Justice & Peace.

Our Postcolonial Moment: European Belonging and the Welfare State

Our Postcolonial Moment: European Belonging and the Welfare State

In her recent blog post for the Sociological Review, Anouk de Koning (PI Reproducing Europe) makes sense of the times in Europe through  a combined focus on European welfare state sensibilities and colonial afterlives. As such, her blog post also sets the background for our larger Reproducing Europe project

What is good living together in diverse urban neigborhoods?

What is good living together in diverse urban neigborhoods?

Before starting as a postdoc in the Reproducing Europe Project, Anick Vollebergh finished her PhD research which also examines the dynamics characterizing the new, diverse Europe. On the occasion of the defense of her thesis ‘Strange Neighbors. Politics of 'living together' in Antwerp’, the Flemish daily Gazet van Antwerpen published an interview with Anick (2 April 2016).

Still from the film

Dutch Discontents: a film impression

In her earlier work, Anouk de Koning examined how the political climate, marked by heated debates about alleged problems with people with migrant backgrounds, reverberated in everyday city life in Amsterdam.