International Migration Review (IMR) 50th Anniversary Symposium

The Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) is organizing a symposium entitled International Migration Scholarship in the 21st century: Critical Issues, Critical Questions to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the International Migration Review (IMR). For 50 years, IMR has led social science research and analysis in the field of international migration, population dynamics, ethnic group relations and refugee movements. The papers presented and featured at the symposium will be released in an upcoming Special Golden Anniversary Issue of IMR. CMS is inviting you to join these authors, editors, members of the IMR Editorial Board and other scholars for an all-day symposium to discuss persisting and emerging topics and trends in the field of international migration.

For the full program please click here and to register in advance for the event please visit the registration form page, or email your name, title, organization and email address to

The full link for the event can be found here:





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