Events and Outputs

Events and Outputs

We support workshops, seminars, and collaborative projects that develop material in the Inventory into publications with lasting impacts. We also support writing projects that make use of the inventory. Find further details under 'Invitation to Participate' in the navigation menu.


Migration-mobility studies as social critique
13-15 July 2023

This workshop will explore ways of developing migration-mobility studies as social critique. mehr

Formal publications that draw on material from MoLab Inventory

Xiang, Biao, William L. Allen, Shahram Khosravi, Hélène Neveu Kringelbach, Yasmin Y. Ortiga, Karen Anne S. Liao, Jorge E. Cuéllar, Lamea Momen, Priya Deshingkar, and Mukta Naik. 2022. Shock mobilities during moments of acute uncertainty. Geopolitics. DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2022.2091314. Published online: 25 Jul 2022.
In this collective essay, MoLab contributors and other researchers examine mobility and immobility during the pandemic as lenses onto the ways that routinised state power reacts to acute uncertainties, as well as how these reactions impact politics and societies. mehr
Xiang, Biao. 2022. "How COVID-19 has re-distributed human mobility." Current History 121(838): 304–309.
This article suggests that mobility regulation during the pandemic indicates how relations are changing between government and citizens, not only in China, but across the world. mehr
Xiang, Biao and Pal Nyiri. 2022. " Migration and values". Intersections 8(2): 201–206.
This article is part of the outcomes o the workshop "The re-enchantment of culture and flexible citizenship in a hardening world", co-organized by The Research Centre for Social Sciences (Centre for Excellence, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest) and MoLab, November 2021. mehr
Xiang, Biao. "Remote work, social inequality and the redistribution of mobility". International Migration. 2022 (60):280–282. 
This article reflects on how the perspective of the "redistribution of mobility" helps to understand the relation between remote work, the pandemic, and inequality. mehr
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