Events Here you can find all upcoming and past events of the Centre for Global Migration Studies. > CeMig Lecture Series Summer Term 2019 Upcoming Events Public Lecture: From One Crisis to the Next: Could the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Contribute to Govern Migration Better? 4th CeMig Migration Research Lab: "Socio-Legal Perspectives on Borders" - in cooperation with the Department of Ethics, Law and Politics of the MPI-MMG (22.01.2021) Workshop: Beyond Victimhood and Stigmatization: Trauma, Ruptured Memories and Agency in the Context of Global Migration (05. - 07.03.2021) Colloquium: CeMig Research Colloquium 2020/21 Past Events Winter Term 2020/21 3rd CeMig Migration Research Lab: "A Postcolonial Critique of Migration and Border Studies" - with Leslie-Gross Wyrtzen (17.12.2020) Online Conference: Migration and Work: Transdisciplinary Perspectives and Current Research Results (03. - 04.12.2020) (in German) Summer Term 2020 Online-Seminar Series: Global Migration in the Shadow of Corona: Current Implications and Developments Winter Term 2019/20 Workshop: AHN Kickoff Workshop “Intersections of Humanitarianism” Book Launch: Globalization and the Rise of Mass Education Project: Urban Lab: Migration Moves Göttingen Podiumsdiskussion: Zu Wort melden?! Zur Rolle von MigrationswissenschaftlerInnen in der öffentlichen Debatte Summer Term 2019 Project: Urban Lab: Migration Moves Göttingen Lecture Series: CeMig Lecture Series Summer Term 2019 Exhibition: "Omid - Hoffnung" Winter Term 2018/19 Lecture Series: CeMig Lecture Series in the winter term 2018/19 2nd CeMig Migration Research Lab: "Critical Migration Studies and Post-Colonial Enquiries in Europe and South-Asia" - with Prof. Dr. Ranabir Samaddar, Prof. Dr. Ravi Ahuja & Prof. Dr. Sabine Hess Exhibition and Roundtable: CeMig at the 4th Night of Science 1st CeMig Migration Research Lab: "Critical Migration Studies and the Current Border Regimes" - with Prof. Dr. Shahram Khosravi & Prof. Dr. Sabine Hess Summer Term 2018 Conference: CeMig Opening Conference: "Migration as a Global Challenge"