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Finnish Journal of Ethnicity and Migration

Posted in Academic Journals, Diaspora, Migration by Pippa on January 7, 2009

Finnish Journal of Ethnicity and Migration (FJEM) is a scholarly and professional journal, published by the Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU). It aims to promote and advance the circulation of the multidisciplinary study of ethnic relations and international migration that is conducted in Finland and its neighbourhood, especially the other Nordic countries. The Journal is trilingual (English, Finnish, Swedish) and published twice a year.


* Tuomas Martikainen: Nordic Migrations – Past and Present. The 4th Etmu Days in Turku/Åbo, 26–27 October, 2007

* Diana Mulinari: Gendered Spaces: Women of Latin American Origin in Sweden
* Garbi Schmidt: Transnational Families among Turks and Pakistanis in
Denmark: Good Subjects, Good Citizens and Good Lives
* Jeanette Lauren & Sirpa Wrede: Immigrants in Care Work: Ethnic Hierarchies and Work Distribution
* Pirkko Pitkänen: Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Public Sector Work in Finland

Project Reports and Essays
* Kielo Brewis: Stress in the Multi-Ethnic Customer Contacts of the Finnish Civil Servants
* Laura Schwöbel: Highlights of the Sixth Biennial MESEA Conference in Leiden

Book Reviews
* Tuomas Martikainen: Singla, Rashmi (2008) Now and Then. Life Trajectories, Family Relationships, and Diasporic Identities
* Gail Hopkins: Julios, Christiana (2008) Contemporary British Identity

For further details: http://www.etmu.fi/index_eng.html

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