Mikkel Rytter (2023) At the borders of the coroNATION: samfundssind, Muslim immigrants and suspicious solidarity in Denmark. Ethnic and Racial Studies, online first. https://doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2023.2177119
Mikkel Rytter and Sara Lei Sparre (2022) Silence Agreements in Danish Elderly Care: Phantasmatic Asymmetry between Care Managers and Self-Appointed Helpers with a Muslim Immigrant Background. Genealogy 6: 46.
Food as care and friction in late life: marginalization of Muslim immigrant families in the Danish Welfare state.
Mikkel Rytter, Abir M. Ismail and Sara Lei Sparre (2021). Food as care and friction in late life: marginalization of Muslim immigrant families in the Danish Welfare state. Food, Culture & Society. Online before publish.
Mette Louise Berg, ‘Anthropological Perspectives on Superdiversity: Complexity, Difference, Sameness, and Mixing’, in Fran Meissner, Nando Sigona, and Steve Vertovec (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Superdiversity.
Eve Dickson, Rachel Rosen and Kehinde Sorinmade (forthcoming) Hunger or indebtedness? Enforcing migrant destitution, racializing debt. In Clea Bourne, Paul Gilbert, Max Haiven and Johnna Montgomerie (Eds). Imagining the unseen: 20 pictures of debt’s empire, then and now.
Rytter, M. Mortensen, S-L., Bregnbæk, S. and Z. Whyte (2023): Paradigmeskiftets konsekvenser: Flygtninge, stat og civilsamfund. Aarhus University Press.
Mette Louise Berg and Magdalena Nowicka (eds) (2019), Studying Diversity, Migration and Urban Multiculture: Convivial Tools for Research and Practice. London: UCL Press.
POLICY BRIEFING: Section 17 support for families with ‘no recourse to public funds’ (NRPF) in London
Report by Eve Dickson and Rachel Rosen, University College London Read report here.
Report by Mette Louise Berg and Eve Dickson RESEARCH BY: Abby, Eve Dickson, Faith, Hedi, Mette Louise Berg, Misbah Almisbahi, Nel, and Sanaa El-Khatib Read report here.
Contributions by Mette Louise Berg, Line Gruner, Anders Neergaard, Andrea Verdasco and Silke Zschomler The Russian invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two. Millions have crossed Ukraine’s borders into neighboring...