Call for papers for the 14th ETMU Days (October 26-27, 2017) and for the pre-conference…
Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen, Denmark
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen is a senior researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies and Head of the ‘Global Transformations’ Unit. She holds an MA in cultural sociology and a PhD in Social Anthropology. Her work has focused on transnational processes; the nexus between international migration, development and conflict; mixed flows and the problem of distinction; global care chains; and, lately, the migration industry and markets for migration control. Most of her empirical work concerns Latin American mobilities but also includes Moroccan and Somali migration processes.
Her publications include, for example “The Migration Industry and the Commercialization of International Migration” (Routledge 2011, ed. with Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen),”Global migration perspectives: The transnational turn in migration studies (GCIM 2004, with Peggy Levitt) “The Migration–Development Nexus: Evidence and Policy Options” (International Migration 2003, with Nicholas Van Hear & Poul Engberg–Pedersen), and “Work and Migration: Life and Livelihoods in a Globalizing World” (Routledge 2002, ed. with Karen Fog Olwig).