Family Life in the Age of Migration and Mobility: Theory, Policy and Practice




Monday, 16th September 2013
17.00 onwards
Registration
19.00
Welcome Drink
19.30
Dinner
 
Tuesday, 17th September 2013
08.45-09.00
Welcome Address
Prof. Mikael Heimann, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Linköping University
 
09.00-10.30
Session 1: Keynote Addresses
Prof. Bengt Sandin (Sweden)
comment to Loretta Baldassar
10.30-11.00
Coffee Break
Panel I
Multi-local family lives in national and transnational contexts
 
11.00-12.30
Session 2: Occupational mobility and work-life balance in national and transnational perspectives
 
12.30-14.00
Lunch
 
14.00-15.30
Poster Session
 
15.30-16.00
Coffee Break
 
16.00-17.30
Session 3: Perspectives of sending countries: care drain and transforming gender roles?
 
17.30-19.00
Free Time
 
19.00
Dinner
 
20.00-21.15
Presentation of ‘Best Poster’ Prize
After Dinner Lecture
Prof. Arlie Hochschild (USA)
The Outsourced Self
 
Wednesday, 18th September 2013
Panel II
Family and globalised (social) reproduction across the life cycle
 
09.00-10.30
Session 4: Family and globalised (social) reproduction across the life cycle
 
10.30-11.00
Coffee Break
 
11.00-12.30
Short Talks 1
Prof. Hanelle Forsberg (Finland)
Children, mobility and multi-local housing
Dr. Michaela Schier (Germany)
Doing family under the condition of spatial separation: The conduct of everyday life of transnational, transregional and intra-community multi-local families
Dr. Cédric Duchene-Lacroix (Switzerland)
National and transnational Multi-local Family lives: empirical comparisons from the survey "multilocal living in Switzerland"
 
12.30
Lunch and Group Photo
 
14.00-15.30
Short Talks 2
Dr. Maria de Guzman (USA)
"Yaya": Philippine domestic workers, the children they care for, and the children they leave behind
Lynnette Arnold (USA)
Torquing Gender and Generational Hierarchy:Communicative Mobility in Transnational Salvadoran Families
Gregory Dallemagne (Spain)
Transnational Families and Social Reproduction of a Peri-Urban Community of Quito: Kinship, Belonging and Gender
 
15.30-15.45
Coffee Break
 
15.45-17.15
Short Talks 3
Saara Pellander (Finland)
Troubling Transnational Family Ties: Marriage Migration in Court Decisions in Finland
Prof. Sara Fürstenau (Germany)
Educational Careers in the Context of Transnational Family Organisation
Caroline Zickgraf (Belgium)
Managing family from afar: Transnational practices within Moroccan family networks
 
17.15-18.45
Short Talks 4
Laurie Berg (Australia)
Au pairs in Australia: The divisions of labour achieved by temporary immigration to Australia
Alexandra König (Austria)
Family migration and integration: Looking at the contradictions of immigration and integration policy
Dr. Marlene Spanger (Denmark)
The Role of the State in Global Care Chains
 
19.00
Reception Dinner at the Norrköping Town Hall
 
20.15-21.15
Meet the researchers: Speed Research-Dating
 
Thursday, 19th September 2013
Panel III
Family life in an age of migration and mobility:
challenges for policy
 
08.45-10.40
Session 5: Roundtable - Family life, migration and mobility:
policy challenges
Paola Panzeri (COFACE, Belgium)
Transnational Families: A review of EU Policies
 
10.40-11.00
Coffee Break
 
11.00-12.30
Short Talks 5
Ioanna Tsoni (Sweden)
Acculturation from below: Immigrant children brokering culture in two contrasted neighbourhoods in Athen
Gudrun Bauer (Austria)
Migrant Care Workers in Austria: Balancing Formal and Informal Care Across Borders
Dr. Helle Stenum (Denmark)
Managed mothers, fluid families and precarious pregnants in the Filipino Diaspora
 
12.30
Lunch
 
14.00-15.30
Networking session
 
15.30-16.00
Coffee Break
 
16.00-18.00
Session 6: Forward Look Plenary Discussion: Medium to long-term views regarding future research and policy developments relating to the families-migration-mobilities nexus
Prof. Michael Keith (United Kingdom)
Rethinking Migrant Integration: Between Individual Rights, Collective Belonging & Family Life in Policy Thinking
 
18.00-19:00
Free Time
 
19.00
Reception and Conference Dinner
After Dinner Party
 
Friday, 20th September 2013
Breakfast and Departure

 

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