Superdiversity and the rise of new urban narrative
Migration:Cities Workshop in June the 2nd 2018, Historical Museum Frankfurt. Peter Scholten is Professor of Migration and Diversity Policies at Erasmus University Rotterdam, director of the IMISCOE Research Network and editor-in-chief of the journal Comparative Migration Studies. His research focuses on themes of migration and integration governance, comparative public policy, and the relation between research and policymaking. Since 2014 Peter is coordinator of the IMISCOE Research Network and head of the Network Office established at EUR. Furthermore, he is editorin-chief of the journal Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) and member of the editorial board of the Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. For more information; see www.peterscholten.eu.
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After studying Bachelor in Classical Archaeology in Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Istanbul, I attended archaeological excavations such as Smyrna and Pergamon. I studied at the University of Bonn as an Erasmus exchange student. I finished my Master's at the University of Maastricht in Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education. I did my internship in Museum Rotterdam and wrote my masters thesis about the museum's community practice Authentic Rotterdam Heritage.
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