This workshop aims to coordinate a special issue on the cognition and migration nexus. This editorial project seeks to advance the understanding of the relationships between internal mental processes, collective practices and representations, and socioeconomic development in diverse societies.
It welcomes contributions from various disciplines, including socio-linguistic, history of immigration, cognitive anthropology, behavioural economics, and social psychology. Possible topics include, but are not limited to: attitudes towards immigration, discriminations, perceptions of diversity, intergroup cooperation, decision-making, language acquisition, and identification processes.
Selected papers will be presented at the Cognition & Migration workshop, to be held in Paris, in December 2020.
Cris Beauchemin (INED)
Jacqueline Broadhead (Oxford)
Maurice Crul (IMISCOE/ U. of Amsterdam)
Dider Fassin (IAS)
Flore Gubert (IRD)
Virginie Guiraudon (Science Po)
Susan Fiske (Princeton)
Doug Massey (Princeton)
Marie-Laure Mallet (Oxford)
Hillel Rapoport (PSE/IC Migrations)
Lena Rose (Oxford)
Marie-Caroline Saglio-Yatzimirsky (INALCO)
Patrick Simon (INED/IC Migrations)
Hélène Thiollet (Science Po)
Marta Tienda (Princeton)
Mahamet Timera (IRD)
Sorana Toma (ENSAE)
Nicholas Van Hear (Oxford)
Carlos Vargas-Silva (Oxford)
Erik Vickström (OECD)
Christophe Jalil Nordman