Resident at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften:September 2020–August 2021
Research topic at the Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften:»Relational Integration: membership, relational equality, and responsibility«
How are we to use the concept of integration in current studies on immigration and structural inequality? During my time at the Justitia Centre, I work on a manuscript for a book: ›Relational Integration: a Theoretical Framework for Empiricists‹. The book starts from the suggestion that we think of integration as a problem of relational inequality, and asks what the implications are of this theoretical move for empirical integration research. (Lea Klarenbeek)
Research partner:Lea Klarenbeek follows the invitation of Professor Rainer Forst and the Justitia Centre for Advanced Studies funded by the Alfons and Gertrud Kassel Foundation.
Scholarly profile of Lea Klarenbeek Lea Maria Klarenbeek is a PhD Candidate at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research at the University of Amsterdam. She has also been a junior lecturer for political science and sociology there since 2013. In 2018, she was a Fulbright Scholar at the Department of Sociology at the Graduate Center, City University New York.
Please find more information about Lea Maria Klarenbeek here.
Main areas of research:Relational equality, relational sociology, migration studies, integration, participation, responsibility
- »Reconceptualizing ›Integration as a Two-Way Process‹«, in: Migration Studies, August 16, 2019. Please read the article here
- »Relational Integration. A Response to Willem Schinkel«, in: Comparative Migration Studies, May 15, 2019. Please read the article here
- (with M. Weide), »The ›Participation Paradox‹: The Demand for and Fear of Immigrant Participation«, in: Critical Policy Studies, January 24, 2019. Please read the article here