Migration Working Groups

The Global Migration Working Group convenes once a semester to collaborate cross-regionally on global issues of migration. Throughout the semester, region migration working groups meet to focus on continent-wide questions of migrations.

The European Migration Working Group (EUMWG) consists of University of Florida faculty, researchers and graduate students working on various aspects of (historical and contemporary) migration in and from Europe.  Through collaboration in research, teaching, and the organization of film series, symposia and conferences, the group aims to promote interdisciplinary European Migration studies at the University of Florida and to raise the University’s profile in this important field. Our faculty members are nationally and internationally renowned for their leading roles in these fields. Our graduate student members are working on theses and dissertations that represent the next generation of scholarship. We regularly teach topical and popular UF courses on various aspects of European Migration.

The EUMWG is interdisciplinary, transnational and transmedial, and hopes to stimulate research and collaborations across a wide range of aspects associated with European Migration.
We welcome membership by any UF faculty or graduate student, in any discipline, with an interest in the field. If you would like to join the European Migration Working Group or be notified of upcoming EUMWG-sponsored events, please contact Greg Mason at gsmason@ufl.edu.