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Katarzyna Andrejuk

(2017) ‘Self-employed migrants from EU Member States in Poland: differentiated professional trajectories and explanations of entrepreneurial success’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 43(4), pp. 560-577.

(2017) Przedsiębiorcy ukraińscy w Polsce. Struktura i sprawstwo w procesie osiedlenia [Ukrainian migrant entrepreneurs in Poland] (Warsaw: Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN)

(2013) 'Mobilni Europejczycy czy powracający patrioci? Dyskursy o migrantach powrotnych w internetowych serwisach informacyjnych' (conference paper from Euroemigranci conference, Kraków, September 2013)

(2013) Europeizacja w diasporze. Studenci polscy na uczelniach w Londynie po 2004 roku, IFiS PAN Editors, Warsaw

(2011) 'Polish students at London universities and their attitudes towards the Polish diaspora in the UK', in: Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no 1

(2011) 'Return migration – success or failure? Perspective of Polish students at British universities', in: J. Isański, p. Luczys (ed.), Selling One's Favourite Piano to Emigrate: Mobility Patterns in Central Europe at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars

Karima Aziz

(2018) with Ben Egan and Radosław Polkowski, ‘Trade unions’ responses at the intersection of class and migration’, in: Fedyuk, O. and Stewart, P. (eds.) Inclusion and exclusion in Europe: migration, work and employment perspectives, London and New York: ECPR Press, pp. 171-196.
(2018) ‘Female migrants’ agency: work trajectories of Polish women in the UK’, in: Fedyuk, O. and Stewart, P. (eds.) Inclusion and exclusion in Europe: migration, work and employment perspectives, London and New York: ECPR Press, pp. 123-145.
(2015) ‘Female Migrants’ Work Trajectories: Polish Women in the UK Labour Market’, Central and Eastern European Migration Review, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 87–105.
(2015) 'A Women's Forum: collective agency through the voices of Polish migrant workers'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evLKYBZJbCA&feature=youtu.be&a

(2015) ‘Trade unions and Polish migrants in the UK: the benefits and limitations of different inclusion strategies’, Warsaw Forum of Economic Sociology, Volume 6, Number 1/11, pp. 27-48.
(2015) 'Inclusion through trade unions’ community organising and migrant workers’ activism: the case of Polish migrants in the UK', Marie Curie Changing Employment ITN Research Paper Series, (2015/002)

 

Bolaji Balogun

Balogun, B. (2018) ‘Polish Lebensraum: The Colonial Ambition to Expand on Racial terms’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 41 (14): 2561-2579.

Balogun, B. (2018) ‘Poland: rewarded with un security council membership whilst flirting with racism and nationalism’, Discover Society, Issue DS54.

Balogun, B. & Narkowicz, K. (2018) ‘World Cup exposes racism in Poland’, the MuslimNews.

Balogun, B. & Pedziwiatr, K. (2018) ‘Sub-Saharan Africans in contemporary Poland: profile of an emerging minority’, Minority Rights Group International, pp. 85-88.

Balogun, B. (2017) ‘Call for multi-ethnic citizenship in Poland’, Baltic Worlds, Vol. X: 4, pp. 112-115.

Balogun, B. & Narkowicz, K. (2017) ‘What motivated the 60,000 people who joined the far-right Polish Independence March?’, openDemocracy.

Balogun, B. (2016) ‘Poland to clamp down on anti-Semitism: HOW ABOUT ANTI-OTHERNESS?’, Baltic Worlds, Vol. IX: 4, pp. 89-90.

Balogun, B. (2016) ‘Contemporary Polish Racism: The Development of Neo-Communism?’, Discover Society, Issue 38. 

Justyna Bell

Bell, J. and Domecka, M. (2018) ‘The transformative potential of migration: Polish migrants’ everyday life experiences in Belfast, Northern Ireland’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, pp. 866-881.

Bell, J. and Pustułka, P. (2017) ‘Multiple Masculinities of Polish Migrant Men’, NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies, vol.3, No.2, pp.  127-143.

Bell, J. and Domecka, M. (2017) 'The transformative potential of migration: Polish migrants’ everyday life experiences in Belfast, Northern Ireland', Gender, Place and Culture, on-line first (doi: 10.1080/0966369X.2017.137237

(2016) 'Migrants: keeping a foot in both worlds or losing the ground beneath them? Transnationalism and integration as experienced in the everyday lives of Polish migrants in Belfast, Northern Ireland', Social Identities, 22:1, 80-94.

(2015) with Marta Bivand Erdal, ‘Limited but Enduring Transnational Ties? Transnational Family Life Among Polish Migrants in Norway’, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), No 3.

(2012) ‘Migration as Multiple Pathways. Narrative Interviews with Polish Migrants in Belfast, Northern Ireland’, Studia Sociologica IV: 2

Alicja Bobek

(2013) Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska, New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 (Manchester University Press)

Katherine Botterill

(2018) 'Rethinking community relationally: Polish communities in Scotland before and after Brexit.' Transactions of the Institute for British Geographers. On-line first.

(2015) '"We Don't See Things as They Are, We See Things as We Are": Questioning the "Outsider" in Polish Migration Research', FQS Forum Qualitative Social Research 16, 2.

(2014) 'Family and Mobility in Second Modernity: Polish Migrant Narratives of Individualization and Family Life', Sociology, 48:2, 233-50.

(2011) ‘Mobility and Immobility in the European Union: Experiences of Young Polish People Living in the UK’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

Kathy Burrell

(2016, online first) ‘The Recalcitrance of Distance: Exploring the Infrastructures of Sending in Migrants’ Lives’Mobilities.

(2011) 'Opportunity and Uncertainty: Young People's Narratives of "Double Transition" in Post-Socialist Poland', Area, 43:4, 413-419

(2011) 'Going Steerage on Ryanair: Cultures of Air Travel for Migration from Poland to the UK', Journal of Transport Geography, 19:5, 1023-1030

(2011) ‘Scaling Polish migration: overview and observations’, in Alison Stenning and Aneta Slowik (eds.) Post-Accession Migration in Europe: a Polish Case Study (Kraków: Impuls), pp. 9-14.

(2011) ‘The enchantment of western things: children’s material encounters in late socialist Poland’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36, pp. 143–156.

(2010, forthcoming) 'The Objects of Christmas: The Politics of Festive Materiality in the Lives of Polish Immigrants', in Maruska Svasek (ed.) Moving Subjects, Moving Objects: Migrant Art, Artefacts and Emotional Agency (Oxford: Berghahn)

(2010) 'Staying, Returning, Working and Living: Key Themes in Current Academic Research undertaken in the UK on Migration Movements from Eastern Europe', Social Identities, 16:3, special issue on Polish migration

(2009) (ed.), Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2009) 'Migration to the UK from Poland: Continuity and Change in East-West European Mobility', in Kathy Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 1-19

(2009) with Marta Rabikowska, 'The Material Worlds of Recent Polish Migrants: Transnationalism, Food, Shops and Home', in Kathy Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp.211-232

(2008) 'Male and Female Polishness in Post-war Leicester: Gender and its Intersections in a Refugee Community', in Louise Ryan and Wendy Webster (eds) Gendering Migration: Masculinity, Femininity and Ethnicity in Post-war Britain (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 71-87.

(2008) 'Managing, Learning and Sending: The Material Lives and Journeys of Polish Women in Britain', Journal of Material Culture, 13:1, pp. 63-83.

(2008) 'Materialising the Border: Spaces of Mobility and Material Culture in Migration from Post-Socialist Poland', Mobilities, 3:3, pp. 353-373.

(2008) 'Time Matters: Temporal Contexts of Polish Transnationalism', in Michael Peter Smith and John Eade (eds), Transnational Ties: Cities, Migrations, and Identities, Comparative Urban and Community Research Book Series, Volume 9 (NJ: Transaction Publishers), pp. 15-38

(2006) with Panikos Panayi (eds), Histories and Memories: Migrants and their History in Britain (London: I. B. Tauris)

(2006) Moving Lives: Narratives of Nation and Migration among Europeans in Post-War Britain (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2006) 'Personal, Inherited, Collective: Layering and Communicating the Memory of Forced Polish Migration', Immigrants and Minorities, 24:2, pp. 144-63

(Autumn 2006) 'War, Cold War, and New World Order: Political Boundaries and Polish Migration to Britain', History in Focus, Institute of Historical Research On-line Journal, 11

(2004) 'Homeland Memories and the Polish Community in Leicester', in Peter D. Stachura (ed.), The Poles in Britain 1940-2000: From Betrayal to Assimilation (London: Frank Cass), pp. 69-84

(2003) 'Small-Scale Transnationalism: Homeland Connections and the Polish 'Community' in Leicester', International Journal of Population Geography (special issue: Geographies of Diaspora) 9:4, pp. 323-35.

(2002) 'Migrant Memories, Migrant Lives: Polish National Identity in Leicester since 1945', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society, 76, pp. 59-77

Urszula Chowaniec

(2015) Melancholic Migrating Bodies in Contemporary Polish Women’s Writing, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

(2013) '(E)Migration and Displacement: Melancholy as a Subversive Gesture in Prose Women', pp. 93-11. In U. Phillips (ed.) Literature in Transformation, Berlin: LIT Verlag.

(2011) 'Displacement, Emigration, and Travel: Contemporary Polish Literature and the Notion of Émigré Literature'. In Joanna Rostek & Dirk Uffelmann (eds.) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang).

Anna Zofia Chruscinska

(2013) « La création de lieu du patrimoine de l’immigration: un processus vivant. L’exemple de l’église polonaise à Paris », Migrance, Le patrimoine de l’immigration en France et en Europe : enjeu social et culturel, hors-série, p. 29-34.

(2011) « Saoul comme un Polonais... Ce n’est pas trop catholique ! Quelques mots à propos des immigrants polonais autour de l’église Notre Dame de l’Assomption à Paris », Synergies Pologne, numéro spécial, p. 91-98.

 

Barbara Cieślińska: selected publications

(2012) 'The Experience of Labour Emigration in the Life of Married Women. The case of Podlasie, Poland', International Migration, published on-line July 2012 at 10.1111/j.1468-2435.2012.00772.x.

(2011) 'Tradycyjne i nowe grupy emigrantów zarobkowych z województwa podlaskiego w kontekście danych demograficznych i materiałów biograficznych' in M.Zemło (ed.) Małe miasta. Społeczność. (Lublin-Supraśl), pp.443-471.

(2011) 'Niemcy bliskie i dalekie w świetle doświadczeń emigracyjnych mieszkańców północno-wschodniej Polski',in Pogranicze. Studia Społeczne, vol. XVIII, pp. 101-133.

(2011) 'Formy migracji a procesy integracji. Współczesna emigracja zarobkowa z województwa podlaskiego', in Studia Migracyjne- Przegląd Polonijny. vol. 2/2011, pp. 97-113. An earlier version of this paper , 'Kierunki i formy współczesnych emigracji zarobkowych na przykładzie województwa podlaskiego', was presented at the XIV Meeting of the Polish Sociological Society (2010) and is published on-line at http://www.pts.org.pl/index/repo. (Type in: cieslinska).

(2010) 'Doświadczenia emigracyjne w kontekście marginalizacji społeczno-ekonomicznej (na przykładzie województwa podlaskiego)', in P. Kryczka, J.Bielecka-Prus (eds), Przemiany miast polskich po 1989, (Lublin: WSPA), pp. 219-233.

(2010) 'Uciekający kapitał. Emigracja zarobkowa w świetle badań ankietowych mieszkańców Białegostoku'. in Pogranicze. Studia społeczne, vol. XIV, pp.73-96.

(2010) ‘Wzory współczesnych emigracji zarobkowych z województwa Podlaskiego’, Studia Socjologiczne 4 (199), pp. 201-236

(2010, forthcoming) ‘Doświadczenia emigracyjne a marginalizacja społeczna’, in Miasta Polski 1989-2009. Dwadzieścia lat transformacji (Lublin: PTS).

(2008) “The Experience of Labour Emigration in the Life of Women from Podlasie” (unpublished paper from conference: Bath, January 2008).

(2008) ‘Labour emigration in social debate and public opinion (the case of Białystok)’ (Warsaw: Centre of Migration Research Working Papers no. 39 (97)).

(2008) ‘Motywy emigracji kobiet niezamężnych’, in K.Slany (ed.) Emigracje kobiet. Perspektywa wielowymiarowa (Kraków: UJ).

(2007) ‘Mobilność zagraniczna nauczycieli’, Biuletyn migracyjny 14, www.biuletynmigracyjny.uw.edu.pl.

(2007) ‘Wyjazdy zagraniczne w doświadczeniu nauczycieli’, in M. Zemło, J. Wieczorek-Łada and W. Jocz(eds.), Nauczyciele Białegostoku, zdrowie, styl życia, środowisko szkolne (Białystok), pp. 159-223.

(2006) ‘Esperienze migratorie polacche: i flussi dalla Podolia verso l’Italia’, in Polonia. Nuovo paese di frontiera. Da migranti a comunitari (Rome), pp. 360-366.

(2005) with Ewa Nowicka (eds), Wędrowcy i migranci. Pomiędzy marginalizacją a integracją. (Kraków: Nomos)

(2002) ‘Współczesne pogranicza migranckie w świetle papieskich orędzi na Światowy Dzień Migranta z lat 1989-2000’, Studia Polonijne, vol. 23 (Lublin), pp. 33-56.

(2002) ‘Zarobkowe migracje zagraniczne – szansa czy zagrożenie dla społeczności lokalnych?’, in Małe miasta. Między tradycją a wyzwaniem przyszłości (Supraśl), pp. 379-389.

(1999) ‘Przemiany prestiżu społecznego emigrantów’, in J. Zamojski (ed.), Migracje 1945-1995 (series: ‘Migracje i Społeczeństwo’) (Warsaw: IH PAN).

(1997) Małe miasto w procesie przemian w latach 1988-1994. Monografia socjologiczna Moniek (Białystok: wyd. FUW).

(1995) ‘Polacy we Włoszech, oblicza nowej emigracji’, Przegląd Polonijny, z.3 (Kraków: wyd."NOMOS"), pp.35-46.

(1995) ‘Migracje wewnętrzne i zagraniczne mieszkańców Moniek przed i po 1989 roku’, Białostocczyzna nr 2, pp.78-87.

(1994) ’Migracje zarobkowe a struktura społeczna małych miast’, in T. Popławski (ed.), Miasta na uboczu (Białystok), pp. 75-84.

(1993) ‘Znaczenie Papieża, Polaka dla polskich imigrantów w Italii’, Ethos nr 21/22 (Lublin), pp. 353-358.

(1992) ‘Emigracja z Polski do Włoch pod koniec lat osiemdziesiątych’, Przegląd Polonijny nr 3 (Kraków), pp. 93-102.

(1992) ‘Przyczyny i skutki wyjazdów zagranicznych, w świetle badania ankietowego mieszkańców północno-wschodniej Polski’, in Pogranicze. Studia spoleczne, vol. 2 (Białystok), pp. 153-170.

Alex Collis

(2010) with Neil Stott & Danielle Ross, 'Workers on the Move 3: European Migrant Workers and Health in the UK: the Evidence' (Thetford: Keystone Development Trust)

Joanne Cook

(2011) with P. Dwyer and L. Waite, 'The Experiences of Accession 8 Migrants in England: Motivations, Work and Agency', International Migration

Elżbieta Czapka

(2016) E. Czapka and M. Sagbakken, ‘Where to find those doctors?” A qualitative study on barriers and facilitators in access to and utilization of health care services by Polish migrants in Norway’, BMC Health Services Research.

(2016) Ali, W. and Czapka, E. , Friluftsliv og innvandrere, NAKMI – rapport nr. 1, NAKMI, Norsk Friluftsliv.

(2016) Z. Kawczyńska-Butrym, E. Czapka (eds.), Opieka nad dziećmi i starszymi rodzicami w rodzinach migrujących kobiet, Polihymnia, (Lublin)

(2016) Z. Kawczyńska-Butrym, J. Bielecka-Prus, E. Czapka, M. Butrym, Report of the project POLFAMIGRA, Polihymnia, (Lublin)

(forthcoming) Z. Kawczyńska-Butrym, E. Czapka and J. Bielecka-Prus, ‘The dilemmas of transnational care. The case of Polish immigrants in Norway’, Migration - Ethnicity - Nation: Studies in Culture, Society and Politics

(2015) Z. Kawczyńska-Butrym and E. Czapka, ‘Rodzinna czy instytucjonalna przestrzeń opieki nad populacją seniorów – kontekst procesów migracyjnych’, Annales UMCS. Philosophy and Sociology, Vol 40, No 2, pp. 65-80.

(2014) M.B. Knobloch and E. Czapka, ‘”Først og fremst, må de informere oss om dem selv” - polske og somaliske innvandrere om Kreftforeningen’ (First of all, they should inform us about their existence – Polish and Somali migrants on Cancer Association), Sykepleien, 14, pp. 54-56.

(2013) Z. Kawczynska and E. Czapka, ‘Opieka nad populacją starzejacej sie Europy – wybrane aspekty deficytu opieki’ (Caring for the aging population of Europe selected aspects of care deficit), Praca Socjalna, 5.

Izabela Czerniejewska

(2016) Izabela Czerniejewska and Elżbieta M. Goździak, 'Sukces czy porażka? O Polakach powracających z „życia na ulicy” w Wielkiej Brytanii', Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, pp. 97-118.

Ayona Datta

(2010) 'The Translocal City: Places of belonging among East-European migrants in London', in K. Brickell and A. Datta (eds.), Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places, Connections (London: Ashgate)

(2010) with K. Brickell (ed.), Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places, Connections (London: Ashgate)

(2009) 'This is Special Humour: Visual Narratives of Polish Masculinities in London's Building Sites', in Kathy Burrell (ed.) After 2004: Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 189-210.

(2009) with K. Brickell, ‘ “We have a little bit more finesse as a nation”: Constructing the Polish worker in London's Building Sites’, Antipode: a Radical Journal of Geography, 41:4, pp. 439-464.

(2009) ‘Places of everyday cosmopolitanisms: East European construction workers in London’, Environment and Planning A, 41:2, pp. 353-370.

(2008) ‘Building Differences: Material Geographies of Home(s) among Polish Builders in London’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 33:4, pp. 518-531.

Elaine Dewhurst

(forthcoming) with Noelle Higgins, ‘Human Rights: Ireland and Human Rights at the UN’, in Foreign Policy in the Republic of Ireland, (Dublin: Gill & McMillan)

(forthcoming) with  Noelle Higgins, ‘Human Rights Law and Economic Transitions’, in Jennifer Briggs et al, Human Rights in Times of Transition: An Interdisciplinary
Perspective
(Université de Genève and the University of Michigan)

(forthcoming) ‘The Right of Undocumented Workers to Outstanding Remuneration under the EU Sanctions Directive: Rethinking Domestic Labour Policy in a Globalised World’, European Journal of Migration and Law

forthcoming) 'Exclusionary or Inclusionary Constitutional Protection: Protecting the Rights of Citizens, Non-Citizens and Irregular Immigrants under Articles 40-44 of the Irish Constitution'

(2012) with N. Higgins and L. Watkins, Principles of Irish Human Rights Law (Dublin: Clarus Press, 2012). This book has some reference to migrant worker issues.

(2011) “The Right of Undocumented Workers to Outstanding Remuneration under the EU Sanctions Directive: Rethinking Domestic Labour Policy in a Globalised World" Volume 13 Issue 4 European Journal of Migration and Law page 389

(2011) "The Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill 2010 and Defining the Irregular Immigrant in Irish Law" Volume 29 Irish Law Times page 69

(2009) “Access to Justice and the Impact of Delay on Migrant Workers in Ireland” Volume 8 Cork Online Law Review page 41

(2009) “Access to Justice for Migrant Workers" Hibernian Law Journal page 1

(2009) ‘Migrant Workers and Access to the Employment Dispute Resolution Process’, Hibernian Law Journal , pp. 1-32.

(2009) PhD thesis, ‘The Obstacles Faced by Migrant Workers to Achieving Equality in Employment in Ireland’

(2007)  “Agencies of Slavery: The Exploitation of Migrant Workers by Recruitment Agencies” Texas Wesleyan Law Review page 37

(2007) “Obstacles Faced by Migrant Workers in Ireland” In Wilhelmi,Dausà, Malapeira, Ranz (eds.), Las Fronteras de la ciudadanía en España y en law Unión Europea (Spain: Documenta Universitaria, 2007)

Markieta Domecka

Svašek, M. & Domecka, M. (2013) “The autobiographical narrative interview: a potential arena of emotional remembering, performance and reflection”, in The Interview: An ethnographic approach, ed. Jonathan Skinner, Oxford: Berg. [methodological paper with two cases presented, one of them is Monika, a Polish migrant in Belfast]

Domecka, M., Eichsteller, M., Karakusheva, S., Musella, P., Ojamäe, L., Perone, E., Pickard, D., Schröder-Wildhagen, Siilak, K. & Waniek, K. (2012) ‘Method in practice: Autobiographical narrative interviews in search of European Phenomena’, in The Evolution of European Identities: Biographical Approaches, Miller, R. & Day, G., eds., Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 21-44. [methoodological chapter in a book dealing with Polish migration in the UK and other European countries]

Stephen Drinkwater

(2009) with Michal Garapich and John Eade, ‘Poles Apart? EU Enlargement and the Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants in the UK’, International Migration, 47:1, pp. 161-190.

Ewa Duda-Mikulin

(2019) EU migrant workers, Brexit and precarity. Polish women’s perspectives from inside the UK. (Bristol: Policy Press).

(2018) ‘Gendered migrations and precarity in the post-Brexit-vote UK: the case of Polish women as workers and carers’, Migration and Development, doi: 10.1080/21632324.2018.1502004

(2017) ‘Should I stay or should I go now? Exploring Polish women's returns “home”’, International Migration, on-line first, DOI: 10.1111/imig.12420

(2014) 'Interviewing Polish Migrant Women in the United Kingdom and Poland'. In SAGE Research Methods Cases. London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications, Ltd. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305014529524

(2013) 'Migration as opportunity? A case study of Polish women: migrants in the UK and returnees in Poland'. Problemy Polityki Społecznej, (Eng.: Social Policy Issues), 23(4), pp. 105-121. Accessed at: http://www.problemyps.pl/

(2013) 'Citizenship in action? A case study of Polish migrant women moving between Poland and the UK', Culture & Education, 6(99), pp. 205-224

Franck Düvell

(2011) with Michal Garapich, ‘Polish migration to the UK: continuities and discontinuities’, COMPAS Working paper 11/84, Oxford: Centre on Migration, Policy and Society.

(2011) ‘Germany Drops Labour Migration Restrictions for Poles and Other A8 Workers: More “Myths of Invasions” or “Rejuvenating an Ageing Work Force”?’.

(2009) with Michał Garapich, ‘Polish migration to the UK’, conference paper, Koc University, Istanbul, (with Michal Garapich) (to be published in 2010).

(2006) ‘Poles in Europe - From Illegal Immigrants to Members of the European Union’, conference paper, Polish embassy, London, 17 May 2006, www.surrey.ac.uk/cronem/files/Franck-Duvell.doc

(2006) with Dita Vogel, ‘Polish Migrants: Tensions between Sociological Typologies and State Categories’, in Triandafyllidou, Anna (ed), Contemporary Polish Migration in Europe. Complex Patterns of Movement and Settlement (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press), pp. 267-289.

(2006) ‘Polish Immigrants in the UK’, in Triandafyllidou, Anna. (ed), Contemporary Polish Migration in Europe. Complex Patterns of Movement and Settlement (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press), pp. 47-89.

(2006) ‘Entwicklung der Migration nach der EU-Erweiterung’, in Michael Bommes and Werner Schiffauer (eds.) Migrationsreport 2006. Fakten, Analysen, Perspektiven (Frankfurt: Campus), pp. 63-112.

(2004) ‘Polish undocumented immigrants and regular high-skilled workers in Britain: migration patterns, strategies, and identity processes’. Working Paper, Centre of Migration Research, Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University.

(2002) with Bill Jordan, Irregular Migration: The dilemmas of transnational mobility (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar).

Peter Dwyer

Cook, J., Dwyer, P. and Waite, L. (2012) ‘Accession 8 migration and the proactive and defensive engagement of social citizenship’, Journal of Social Policy, 41(2) 329-347.

Cook, J., Dwyer, P. and Waite, L. (2011) ‘Good relations among neighbours and workmates? The everyday encounters of Accession 8 migrants and established communities in Urban England’, Population, Space and Place, 17(6):727-741.

Cook, J., Dwyer, P. and Waite, L. (2011) ‘The experiences of Accession 8 migrants in England: Motivations, work and agency’, International Migration, 49(2):54-79.

Cook, J., Dwyer, P. and Waite, L. (2008)  New Migrant Communities in Leeds: a Research Report Commissioned by Leeds City Council (University of Leeds, Leeds City Council and Nottingham Trent University)
 

Mariusz Dzięglewski

(2019) Powroty do (nie)znanego kraju. Strategie migrantów powrotnych (Kraków: ZW Nomos)

(2016) 'Return Migration and Social Change in Poland: ‘Closures’ to Migrants’ Non-Economic Transfers' Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 167-8.

(2016) ‘The Economic, Social and Ontological Security of Polish Post-Accession Migrants in Popular Media Narratives’, Media, Culture & Society, 38(6), pp. 827-843

(2015) 'Polish Graduates: Migration and Its Media Representations', Polish Sociological Review, vol. 2(190), 2015, pp 171-189.

(2013) with M. Banaś (eds.) Narratives of Ethnic Identity, Migration and Politics. A Multidisciplinary Perspective (Kraków: Wydawnictwo Akademickie).

(2013) 'Wpływ kapitału społecznego i kulturowego na przebieg karier zawodowych migrantów poakcesyjnych, Zeszyt Naukowy Wyższej Szkoły Zarządzania i Bankowości', no 28, p. 1-16, [online: http://zeszytnaukowy.pl/archiwum/]

(2013) 'The Economic and Social Implications of the Last Migratory Wave from Poland Depicted in Weekly Magazines', [In] Narratives of Ethnic Identity, Migration and Politics. Multidisciplinary Perspective, M. Banaś, M. Dzięglewski (Eds.), Kraków: Wydawnictwo Akademickie, pp.131-146.

(2013) 'Społeczne i kulturowe skutki migracji poakcesyjnej na łamach tygodników opinii w latach 2004-2012', Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny, no 3, p.147-188
[online: http://www.kbnm.pan.pl/wydawnictwa/34-studia-migracyjne--przegld-polonij...

(2013) 'The Circulation of Non-economic Capital in the Migration Cycle: An Empirical Perspective', Politeja, no 1 (23), pp. 155-171, DOI: 10.12797/Politeja.10.2013.23.08

(2012) (edited volume) Migration, Identity, Ethnicity, ANNALES UNIVERSITATIS PEDAGOGICAE CRACOVIENSIS, Studia Sociologica IV, 2012, vol.2

(2012) 'Contemporary Migration Studies as a Multi-dimensional Jigsaw', in ANNALES UNIVERSITATIS PEDAGOGICAE CRACOVIENSIS, Studia Sociologica IV, 2012, vol. 2, p. 7-20

(2012) 'Wizerunek emigrantów poakcesyjnych w tygodniku Polityka' in Renata Hołda and Dorota Czakon (eds.) Kim jestem? Kim jesteśmy?Antropologiczne i socjologiczne konteksty tożsamości (Kraków:
Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Pedagogicznego), pp. 400-412.

(2011) 'Bariery na drodze integracji polskich migrantów poakcesyjnych w Irlandii', Studia Migracyjne - Przeglad Polonijny, no 2, pp. 131-148.

(2011) My i Oni. Czy istnieje tożsamość poemigracyjna?, in Grzegorz Bryda (ed.) Światy i konteksty społeczne (Kraków: Wydawnictwo NOMOS), pp. 91-106.

(2010) ‘Tradycyjne i ponowoczesne elementy tożsamości polskich emigrantów w Irlandii’ in Robert Szwed, Leon Dyczewski and Justyna Szulich-Kałuża(eds.), Odmiany tożsamości (Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL), p. 17-32
Conference Presentations:
(2010) The impact of the recent wave of emigration on the Polish labour market and its social implications in the public debate, Trinity College Dublin, 30 June-3 July

Gabriella Elgenius

(forthcoming) 'On the Bonding of Social Capital; campaigning in the Polish Diaspora'.

(forthcoming) ‘Diaspora Campaigning: Sikhs and Poles in Britain’.

Socio-Political Integration through Diaspora Organisations and Civil Society Initiatives’, in A. Heath (ed.) Social Integration: "If you could do one thing ..." Ten Local Actions to Promote Social Integration, pp. 66-75. London: The British Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

(2017) ‘The Polish Diaspora and Civil Society Making Abroad: Ethnic Bonding and Homing Desires of the Polish Civic Space'. In Jacobsson, K. & E. Korolczuk (eds.), Civil Society Revisited: Lessons from Poland. Oxford: Berghahn.

Tim Elrick

(2009) 'Transnational migration networks of Eastern European labour migrants' (Dissertation). Free University of Berlin. Berlin. 

(2009) with Emilia Brinkmeier, 'Changing patterns of Polish labour migration after the UK’s opening of the labour market? Insights from rural case studies in the Opolskie and Swietokrzyskie voidvodships' in K. Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 49–66.

(2008) 'The influence of migration on origin communities: Insights from Polish migrations to the West', Europe-Asia Studies 60:9, pp. 1503–1517.

(2008) with Emilia Lewandowska, 'Matching and making labour demand and supply: Agents in Polish migrant networks of domestic elderly care in Germany and Italy', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 34: 5, pp. 717–734.

Marta Bivand Erdal

(2018) with Marek Pawlak, ‘Reproducing, transforming and contesting gender relations and identities through migration and transnational ties’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, 882-898.

(2018) with Louise Ryan, ‘Gendered, spatial and temporal approaches to Polish intra-European migration’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, 843-849.

(2016) with S. Bygnes, 'Liquid migration, grounded lives: considerations about future mobility and settlement among Polish and Spanish migrants in Norway', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, on-line first, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1211004

(2016) with Aleksandra Lewicki 'Polish migration within Europe: mobility, transnationalism and integration', Social Identities, 22:1, 1-9.

(2016) with Aleksandra Lewicki ‘Moving citizens: citizenship practices among Polish migrants in Norway and the United Kingdom’, Social Identities, 22:1, 112-128.

(2015) with Justyna Bell, ‘Limited but Enduring Transnational Ties? Transnational Family Life Among Polish Migrants in Norway’, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), No 3.

(2015) ‘How Polish migrants in Norway Consider Return Migration’ (PRIO Policy Brief)

(2015) ‘The Child Welfare Services in Norway and Migration’ (PRIO Blog)

(2014) 'Praca i rodzina: Rozważania o powrocie wśród Polaków mieszkających w Norwegii' [Work and Family: Return considerations among Polish migrants living in Norway], Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny 2, pp. 41–64

(2014) '”This is my home”' Pakistani and Polish Migrants’ Return Considerations as Articulations About “Home”’, Comparative Migration Studies 2: 3, pp. 361-84

(2014) with Rojan Ezzati, ‘”Where are you from” or “when did you come”? Temporal dimensions in migrants' reflections about settlement and return”, Ethnic and Racial Studies DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2014.971041

(2012) ‘Public trust in the state’ (about Poles and Norwegian child protection) (PRIO Blog)

Publications by Researchers F-J

 

Malgorzata Fabiszak

(2010, forthcoming) 'New discourses of migration in post-communist Poland: Conceptual metaphors and personal narratives in the reconstruction of the hegemonic discourse', in Aleksandra Galasinska and Dariusz Galasinski (eds.) Dilemmas of the Post-Communist Transition (Amsterdam - New York: John Benjamins, DAPSAC series) 

(2009) 'An application of MacLaury’s Vantage Theory to abstract categories: identity and the process of categorisation', Language Sciences.

 

Ian Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald, I. and Smoczyński, R. (2017) ‘Central and Eastern European Accession: Changing Perspectives on Migrant Workers’, Social Policy and Society, 16 (4) 659-668.

Fitzgerald, I. and Smoczyński, R. (2017) ‘The UK labour market and immigration: What a difference ten years makes’, in Elli Heikkilä (ed.) Immigrants and the labour markets: Experiences from abroad and Finland (Turku: Abo Akademi University Press): 61–76.

Smoczyński, R., Fitzgerald, I. and Zarycki, T. (2016) ‘The intelligentsia informed habitus in social distance strategies of Polish migrants in the UK’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40 (6) 951-968.

(2016) Fitzgerald I. and Smoczynski, R. 'The UK: a Warm and Friendly Welcome?' (Northumbria University and the Polish Academy of Sciences)

(2015) Fitzgerald I. and Smoczynski, R., ‘Anti-Polish migrant moral panic in the UK: Rethinking employment insecurities and moral regulation’, Czech Sociological Review, 51 (3) 339-361.

(2015) Fitzgerald I. and Smoczynski, R., ‘Anti-Polish migrant moral panic in the UK: A Response’, Czech Sociological Review, 51 (3) 380-386.

(2013) Chan, P., Fitzgerald, I., Smoczynski, R. ‘Anti Polish Migrant Moral Panics and Trade Unions in the UK’, in: Juhant, J., Zalec, B. (eds.) From Culture of Fear to Society of Trust, Berlin: LIT Verlag.

(2012) with M. Martinez Lucio and J. Hardy ‘The internet, employment and Polish migrant workers: Communication, activism and competition in the new organisational spaces’, New Technology, Work and Employment, 27:2.

(2012) with L. Eldring, and J. Arnholtz, ‘The accession migration into construction: a comparative analysis of trade union responses in Denmark, Norway and the UK’, European Journal of Industrial Relations, 18(1): 21–36.

(2012) 'What collaborative lessons can be learnt from the recent Polish migration? The trade union story', refereed paper for the 9th European Social Science History Conference Glasgow, 11th - 13th April 2012.

(2010) with J. Hardy,  ‘Negotiating ‘solidarity’ and internationalism: the response of Polish trade unions to migration’, Industrial Relations Journal, 41:4, 367–381.

(2010) with J. Hardy,  ‘‘Thinking Outside the Box’? Trade Union Organising Strategies and Polish Migrant Workers in the United Kingdom’, British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 48 (1): 131-150.

(2010) ‘The growth in migrant worker injuries in the UK workplace: A solicitor’s story’, Construction Labour Research News Special ESRC Migrant Worker seminar Edition, No.2, 2010.

(2010)  with P. Chan,  'An institutional perspective on managing migrant workers in the North of Englan'd, refereed paper for the refereed paper for the 2010 CIB World Congress Manchester, 10th –13th May 2010.

(2009) ‘Polish migrant workers in the North - New communities, new opportunities?’, in J. McBride and I. Greenwood (eds.)  Community Unionism: A Comparative Analysis of Concepts and Contexts (London: Palgrave)

(2009) with T. Howarth, 'A Study of Migrant Worker Health and Safety Issues in the UK Construction Industry', refereed paper for the CIB W099 Conference 2009 Melbourne, Australia 21st–23rd October 2009.

 (2009) 'Corporate Social Responsibility and the UK Polish migration – The Significance of Trade Unions', refereed paper for the 10th International Conference on Human Resource Development Research and Practice across Europe, Newcastle Business School 10th-12th June 2009.

(2008) with J .Hardy, 'Negotiating "solidarity" and internationalism: the response of Polish trade unions to migration', refereed paper for the 4th International Workshop of the Research Network on European Trade Union Strategies, University College Dublin, 22 February 2008.

(2008) 'A Moving Target: The informational needs of Polish migrant workers in Yorkshire and the Humber', Trades Union Congress funded project (2007-2008).

(2007) 'Polish migration and trade union strategies in the UK: A briefing paper for NSZZ Solidarnosc', invited submission to NSZZ Solidarnosc 14th November 2007.

(2007) 'The Economic Impact of Immigration', invited submission to the Economic Affairs Committee SC/07‐08/EA30: House of Lords, November 2007.

(2007) 'An Analysis of the North East Worker Registration Scheme Data': Briefing paper for the Talent North East steering group, ONE NorthEast funded project (2007).

(2007) 'Working in the UK: Polish Migrant Worker Routes into Employment in the North East and North West Construction and Food Processing Sectors', Trades Union Congress funded project (2006-2007).

(2006) ‘Organising Polish Construction Workers: Experience from the North East of England’, refereed paper for the Unprotected Migrant: Mobility, Social Policy and Labour Rights in Europe conference, University of Tampere, Finland, May 16th 2006.

(2006) 'Organising Migrant Workers in Construction: Experience from the North East of England', Trades Union Congress funded project (2005-2006).

(2005) 'Migrant Workers in the North East of England', Trades Union Congress funded project (2005).

Naomi Flynn

(2018) ‘Teachers and Polish children: capturing changes in the linguistic field’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, DOI: 10.1080/01425692.2018.1481366

(2013) 'Encountering migration: English primary school teachers’ responses to Polish children'. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 8(4), 336 - 351.

(2013) 'Linguistic capital and the linguistic field for teachers unaccustomed to linguistic difference'. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34(2), 225 - 242

Jon Horgen Friburg: Selected Publications

(2013) 'The Polish worker in Norway. Emerging patterns of migration, employment and incorporation after EU's eastern enlargement.' PhD Dissertation. Fafo-report 2013:06: http://www.fafo.no/pub/rapp/20296/20296.pdf

(2012) 'The "Guest-Worker Syndrome" Revisited? Migration and employment among Polish workers in Oslo', Nordic Journal of Migration Research, Issue 4 (Dec 2012)

(2012) 'The stages of migration. From going abroad to settling down: Post-accession Polish migrant workers in Norway', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38:10, pp. 1589-1605

 (2012) 'Culture at work: Polish migrants in the ethnic division of labour on Norwegian construction sites',  Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35:11

(2012) with Kristian Rose Tronstad and Jon Erik Dølvik , 'Central and Eastern European labour migration to Norway. Trends, conditions and challenge', in Free Movement of Workers and Labour Market Adjustment, Recent experiences from OECD countries and the European Union (OECD)

(2010) 'Working Conditions for Polish Construction Workers and Domestic Cleaners in Oslo: Segmentation, Inclusion and the Role of Policy', in Richard Black, Godfried Engbersen, Marek Okólski & Cristina Pantîru (eds.) A Continent Moving West? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe (Amsterdam University Press)
 

Aleksandra Galasinska: Publications

(2018) 'Home, (bitter) sweet home: Voices of post-enlargement returnees to Poland'. In C. Caroline Hornstein-Tomic, R.Pichler and S. Scholl-Schneider (eds) Remigrations and Transformations in post-socialist European regions. (Vienna: LIT).

(2016) with Mike Haynes, ‘Narrating Migrant Workplace Experiences: Social Remittances to Poland as Knowledge of British Workplace Cultures’ Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 41-62.

(2012) with A. Horolets, ‘The (pro)long(ed) life of a “grand narrative”: The case of internet forum discussions on post-2004 Polish migration to the UK.’ TEXT and TALK 32(2), pp.125-143.

(2012) 'Gossiping in the Polish Club. An emotional coexistence of ‘old’ and ‘new’ migrants'. In M. Svasek (ed.) Emotions and Human Mobility. Ethnographies of Movement, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 75-88

(2010) ‘Leavers and stayers discuss returning home. Internet discourses on migration in the context of the post-communist transformation’, Social Identities 16:3, special issue on Polish migration

(2010) with Anna Horolets, ‘Migracja jako wielka narracja w zderzeniu z „opowieściami emigranckimi”: przypadek dyskusji o emigracji do Wielkiej Brytanii na forum internetowym’, in Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Anna Kwiatkowska and Joanna Roszak (eds) Migracje po wejściu Polski do UE - perspektywa psychologiczna i socjologiczna (Kraków: Nomos)

(2010) ‘Gossiping in the Polish Club. An emotional coexistence of “old” and “new” migrants’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, special issue on Emotions and Human Mobility

(2010) 'Narrating migration, narrating transformation.' In D. Uffelmann and J. Rostek (eds) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture in Germany, Ireland, and the UK, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp.225-243.

(2010) D. Galasiński and A. Galasińska, 'A two-way street? Discourses of post-communism and their sources'. In R. de Cillia, H. Gruber, M. Krzyżanowski & F. Menz (eds) Diskurs-Politik-Identität / Discourse-Politics-Identity. Essays for Ruth Wodak on Her 60th Birthday, Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, pp.343-353

(2009) with Olga Kozłowska, ‘”Either” and “Both” – the changing concept of living space among Polish post-communist immigrants to the United Kingdom’, in Mike Baynham, James Collins and Stef Slembrouck (eds) Globalization and Language in Contact: Scale, Migration, and Communicative Practices (London: Continuum), pp.170-188

(2009) with Olga Kozłowska, ‘Discourses on a “normal life” among post-accession migrants from Poland to Britain’, in K. Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp.87-106

(2009) ‘Small stories fight back. Narratives of Polish economic migration on an internet forum’, in Aleksandra Galasińska and Michał Krzyżanowski (eds) Discourse and Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe (Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Macmillan), pp.188-203

(2007) with Dariusz Galasiński, ‘Lost in communism, lost in migration: Narratives of post-1989 Polish migrant experience’, Journal of Multicultural Discourses 2:1, pp.47-62

Jadwiga Gałka

(2016) Polacy w przestrzeni społecznej Londynu u progu XXI wieku (Poznań: Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe).

(2012) ‘Areas of concentration and an analysis of factors affecting the distribution of Polish immigrants in Great Britain since Poland’s accession to the European Union’, Prace Geograficzne, 130, pp. 29-41

(2012) ‘Przestrzenne rozmieszczenie poakcesyjnych imigrantów z Polski w Wielkiej Brytanii wraz z analizą skali imigracji z Polski’, Prace Geograficzne, 129, pp. 7-22,

(2011) ‘Migracje Polaków do Wielkiej Brytanii po akcesji Polski do Unii Europejskiej (analiza skali i regionów pochodzenia emigrantów)’, in Andrzej Zborowski (ed.), Człowiek, społeczeństwo, przestrzeń, (Krakow-Myczkowce: Centrum Kultury Ekumenicznej), pp. 13-30.

(2009) ‘Refugees in Poland – selected research problems’, Bulletin of Geography (Socio-Economic Series), 11, pp. 61-73.

(2009) ‘Rozmieszczenie Polaków w Londynie’, in Zygmunt Górka and Andrzej Zborowski (eds.), Człowiek a rolnictwo, (Krakow: IGiGP UJ), pp. 213-223.

(2009) with Anna Warych-Juras, ‘Ocena rozmiarów i kierunku napływu obcokrajowców (imigrantów) do polskich miast, w tym ich cech społeczno-demograficznych’, in Andrzej Zborowski (ed.) Demograficzne i społeczne uwarunkowania rewitalizacji miast w Polsce, (Krakow: Instytut Rozwoju Miast), pp. 61-92.

(2008) with Andrzej Zborowski, ‘Migracje stałe i czasowe z Polski po akcesji do Unii Europejskiej’, in Dariusz Ilnicki, Krzysztof Janc (eds.), Przekształcenia Regionalnych Struktur Funkcjonalno-Przestrzennych, Rozprawy Naukowe Instytutu Geografii i Rozwoju Regionalnego Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, (Wrocław: Instytut Geografii i Rozwoju Regionalnego Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego), 3, pp. 29-37.

(2008) with Anna Warych-Juras, ‘Potencjalna konkurencyjność miast z perspektywy migracji ludności (na przykładzie województwa małopolskiego)’, in Janusz Słodczyk and Edyta Szafranek (eds.) Mechanizmy i uwarunkowania budowania konkurencyjności miast, (Opole: Uniwersytet Opolski), pp. 41-51.

(2008) with Anna Warych-Juras, ‘Migration of population in Polish cities in the context of socio-economic transformation’, in Georg R. Schroubek-Fonds (ed.), Socio-demographic changes of European cities and its spatial consequences, (Leipzig: Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research –UFZ), pp. 76-77.

Michał Garapich: Selected Publications

Grabowska, I., Garapich, M. P., Jaźwińska, E. and Radziwinowiczówna, A., (2017) Migrants As Agents of Change: Social Remittances in an Enlarged European Union.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Grabowska, I. & Garapich, M. P.(2016) 'Mapping Social Remittances and ‘Segmented Development’ in Central and Eastern Europe', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 5-13.

(2016). '"I Don’t Want This Town to Change": Resistance, Bifocality and the Infra-Politics of Social Remittances', Central and Eastern European Migration Review 5:2, pp. 155-166.

(2016) London's Polish Borders: Transnationalizing Class and Ethnicity among Polish Migrants in London (Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag)

(2016) 'Zaradni indywidualiści czy anomiczni egoiści? Stereotypy i autostereotypy polskich migrantów w Wielkiej Brytanii w ujęciu antropologicznym' Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 2, pp. 5-21.

(2016) Grabowska, I. & Garapich, M. P. 'Social remittances and intra-EU mobility: non-financial transfers between U.K. and Poland', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1170592

(2016) 'Breaking borders, changing structures – transnationalism of migrants from Poland as anti-state resistance', Social Identities, 22:1, 95-111.

(2015) Düvell, F. and Garapich, M. 'Polish Migration to the UK' in Icduygu, A., Karacay, A. (Eds) Critical Reflections in Migration Research: Views from the North and the South, Koc University Press pp 103-122.

(2015) Wpływ poakcesyjnych migracji na polską diasporę – zarys problematyki, [in]: Dekada członkostwa Polski w UE. Społeczne skutki emigracji po 2004 roku edited by:Magdalena Lesińska, Markek Okólski, Krystyna Slany, Brygida Solga. Wydawnictwa UW

(2014) Sprzątanie grobów, nacjonalizm diaspory i ciężka robota – tworzenie rytuałów cmentarnych wśród poakcesyjnej migracji w Wielkiej Brytanii. [in]: Kultura, tożsamość i integracja europejska. Księga jubileuszowa na 60-lecie urodzin Zdzisława Macha. Edited by Dariusz Niedźwiedzki. Kraków NOMOS

S. Drinkwater and M. Garapich (2015). ‘Migration Plans and Strategies of Recent Polish Migrants to England and Wales: Do They Have Any At All’? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Volume 41, Issue 12, pages 1909-1931

(2015) ‘London as an informal and individualistic paradise? Transnationalism as a form of anti-state resistance by Polish migrants in London’ [in]:London the Promised Land Revisited The Changing Face of the London Migrant Landscape in the Early 21st Century Ed. by Anne J. Kershen, Studies in Migration and Diaspora; Ashgate London

(2014) ‘Europejczycy w transnarodowej przestreni. Aktywizacja i partycypacja polityczno-społeczna obywateli Unii Europejskiej w Wielkiej Brytanii’, in Jacek Kucharczyk (ed.), Nic o nas bez nas. Partycypacja obywatelska Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii (Warsaw: Instytut Spraw Publicznych)

(2014) ‘Homo Sovieticus Revisited – Anti-Institutionalism, Alcohol and Resistance Among Polish Homeless Men in London’, International Migration 52, 1: pp. 100–117

(2013) 'Zaradni indywidualiści czy anomiczni egoiści? Stereotypy i auto-stereotypy polskich migrantów w Wielkiej Brytanii w ujęciu antropologicznym' (conference paper from Euroemigranci conference, Kraków, September 2013)

(2012) ‘Between Cooperation and Hostility – Constructions of Ethnicity and Social Class among Polish Migrants in London’, Studia Sociologica IV: 2

(2011) ‘Of alcohol and men – survival, post-socialist social capital and anti-institutionalism of Polish homeless men in a global city’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(2011) ‘”It’s a jungle out there. You need to stick together”: Anti-institutionalism, Alcohol and Performed Masculinities among Polish Homeless Men in London’, Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 7, 3.

(2011) 'Transnationalism revisited – a decade of migration between Poland and United Kingdom. Introduction to the Special Issue', Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(2010) (with J. Eade and S. Drinkwater) 'What’s behind the figures? Polish migration to the UK' in  R. Black, C. Pantiru, G. Engbersen and M. Okolski (eds.), A Continent Moving West? EU Enlargement and Labour Migration from Central and Eastern Europe (Amsterdam University Press - IMISCOE Research)

(2010) ‘Je suis parti juste comme ça… Je ne suis pas un émigré… Le discours migratoire dominant dans la culture polonaise et ses contestations’, Revue Ethnologie française, ed. Martine Segalen (Paris)

(2009) ‘Migracje, społeczeństwo obywatelskie i władza. Uwarunkowania stowarzyszeniowości etnicznej i rozwoju społeczeństwa obywatelskiego wśród polskich emigrantów w Wielkiej Brytanii’, in Maciej Duszczyk and Magdalena Lesińska (eds.) Współczesne migracje: dylematy Europy i Polski. Publikacja z okazji 15-lecia Ośrodka Badań nad Migracjami UW. (Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Petit) - pdf file

(2009) with Stephen Drinkwater and John Eade, ‘Poles Apart? EU Enlargement and the Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants in the UK’, International Migration, 47:1, pp. 161-190

(2009) with John Eade ‘Settling or Surviving in London? The Experience of Poles and Other A8 Migrants in a Global City Borough’,in John Eade and Yordanka Valkanova (eds.), Accession and Migration: Changing Policy, Society and Culture in an Enlarged Europe (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2008) ‘The Migration Industry and Civil Society: Polish Immigrants in the United Kingdom Before and After EU Enlargement’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 34:5, pp. 735-752

(2008) ‘Odyssean Refugees, Migrants and Power: Construction of the “Other” within the Polish Community in the United Kingdom’, in Deborah Reed-Danahay and Caroline Brettell (eds.), Citizenship, Political Engagement and Belonging: Immigrants in Europe and the United States. (New Brunswick, New Jersey, London: Rutgers University Press), pp. 124-144

(2007)‘Antropologia migracji Polaków – w kierunku zwiększenia poczucia podmiotowości’, in Jan Szomburg (ed.), W poszukiwaniu kompasu dla Polski: po II Kongresie Obywatelskim (Gdańsk: Instytut Badań nad Gospodarką Rynkową)

(2006) ‘My nie mamy z tym nic wspólnego. Polska diaspora w Wielkiej Brytanii na skrzyżowaniu między lokalizmem a globalizacją’, Przegląd Polonijny (Kraków) 32:1 (119), pp. 69-88

(2006) ‘Flexibel und individualistisch: Polnische Migranten zwischen den Welten’, Osteuropa 11-12, pp. 191-204

Anna Gawlewicz: selected publications

(2018) with Francesca Stella and Moya Flynn 'Unpacking the meanings of ‘a normal life’ among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Eastern European migrants in Scotland'Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7(1), pp. 55-72.

(2016) with Francesca Stella and Moya Flynn 'Intimate Migrations: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Migrants in Scotland'. Project Report. GRAMNet, Glasgow.

(2016) 'Beyond openness and prejudice: The consequences of migrant encounters with difference'. Environment and Planning A 48(2): 256–272.

(2016) 'Language and translation strategies in researching migrant experience of difference from the position of migrant researcher'. Qualitative Research 16(1): 27-42.

(2015) ‘We inspire each other, subconsciously’: The circulation of attitudes towards difference between Polish migrants in the UK and their significant others in the sending society. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(3): 2215-2234.

(2015) 'Production and transnational transfer of the language of difference: The effects of Polish migrants’ encounters with superdiversity.' Central and Eastern European Migration Review 4(2): 25–42.

(2015) 'Beyond 'us' and 'them': Migrant encounters with difference and reimagining the national'. Fennia 193(2): 198-211.

(2015) with K. Narkowicz  Islamophobia on the Move: Circulation of Anti-Muslim Prejudice between Poland and the UK. In Suleiman Y (ed.) Muslims in the UK and Europe I Centre of Islamic Studies, University of Cambridge, pp. 90-100.

Nick Gill

(2011) ‘New Friends in New Places: Network Formation during the Migration Process among Poles in the UK’, Geoforum no. 42, pp. 241-249. 

(2010) 'Pathologies of Migrant Place-Making: Polish Migration to the UK'. Environment and Planning A.

Robin Goodwin

(2013) Bardi, Anat; Buchanan, Kathryn E.; Goodwin, Robin; Slabu, Letitia; Robinson, Mark, 'Value Stability and Change During Self-Chosen Life Transitions: Self-Selection Versus Socialization Effects'. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0034818

(2013) Goodwin, R., Polek, E., & Goodwin, K. 'Perceived Changes in Health and Interactions With "the Paracetamol Force": A Multimethod Study', Journal of Mixed Methods Research, vol 7, 152-172

(2012) with Polek, E., & Bardi, A. ‘The Temporal Reciprocity of Values and Beliefs: A Longitudinal Study within a Major Life Transition’, European Journal of Personality, 26, pp. 360–370

Kinga Goodwin

(2019) White, A. and Goodwin, K. Invisible Poles: a Book of Interview Extracts (UCL Discovery: DOI 10.14324/000.bk.10070108 )

(2013) Goodwin, R., Polek, E., & Goodwin, K. 'Perceived Changes in Health and Interactions With "the Paracetamol Force": A Multimethod Study', Journal of Mixed Methods Research, vol 7, 152-172

(2012) 'Pole with a twist: the performance of class, gender and ethnicity of Polish women living in New Zealand', in E. Tartakovsky (ed.), Immigration: Policies, Challenges and Impact (New York: Nova)

Elżbieta Goździak

(2018) (with Péter Márton) ‘Where the Wild Things Are: Fear of Islam and the Anti-Refugee Rhetoric in Hungary and in Poland’, Central and Eastern European Migration Review. doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2018.04.

(2016) (with Marek Pawlak) ‘Theorizing Polish migration across Europe: Perspectives, concepts, and methodologies’, Sprawy Narodowosciowe. Seria nowa (Nationalities Affairs. New Series) 48: 106–127.

(2016) 'Biała emigracja: variegated mobility of Polish care workers', Social Identities, 22:1, 26-43.

(2016) Izabela Czerniejewska and Elżbieta M. Goździak, 'Sukces czy porażka? O Polakach powracających z „życia na ulicy” w Wielkiej Brytanii', Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 2, pp. 97-118.

Izabela Grabowska (Grabowska-Lusińska)

Publications

Peer-reviewed articles

Grabowska I. (2017). 'Social skills, workplaces and social remittances: A case of post-accession migrants', Work, Employment and Society, doi: 10.1177/0950017017719840.

Grabowska I., Sarnowska J. (2017). Transnarodowe wielostanowiskowe jakościowe badanie powtórzone w migrujących społecznościach lokalnych, Przegląd Socjologii Jakościowej, t. 13, nr 3, s. 6‒28.

Jaźwińska E., Grabowska I. (2017). 'Efekty społecznych przekazów migracyjnych (social remittances) w polskich społecznościach lokalnych', Studia_Socjologiczne Nr1_s.139_165, ISSN 0039−3371

(2016) ‘The Transition from Education to Employment Abroad: The Experiences of Young People from Poland', Europe-Asia Studies, 68:8, 1421-1440.

Grabowska, I. & Garapich, M. P. (2016)   'Mapping Social Remittances and ‘Segmented Development’ in Central and Eastern Europe', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 5-13.

Grabowska, I. and Engbersen, G. (2016) 'Social Remittances and the Impact of Temporary Migration on an EU Sending Country: The Case of Poland', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 99-117.

Grabowska, I. & Garapich, M. P. (2016) 'Social remittances and intra-EU mobility: non-financial transfers between U.K. and Poland', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1170592

Fihel A., Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2014). 'Labour Market Behaviours of Back-and-Forth Migrants From Poland', International Migration, Special Issue: POLISH MIGRATION AFTER THE FALL OF THE IRON CURTAIN, 52:1, 22–35.

Engbersen G., Grabowska-Lusinska I., Leerkes A., Snel E., Burgers J. (2013). 'A Typology of Labour Migration. On the Differential Attachments of Migrants from Central and Eastern Europe', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39: 6, 959-981.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2008), 'Migrations from Poland after 1st May 2004 with special focus on British Isles- post accession migration strategies as hidden in the statistics', Espace Population Sociétés, No. 2, 247-260.

Radiukiewicz A., Grabowska I. (2008). 'Education for Democratic Citizenship in Poland', Journal of Social Science Education, Volume 6, Number 2, February, 21-28.

Grabowska I. (2005), 'Changes in the international mobility of labour: job migration of Polish nationals to Ireland', Irish Journal of Sociology, Volume 14, Number 1, June, 13- 27.

Articles in Polish journals

Grabowska-Lusińska I. (2014). Przejście z edukacji na zagraniczny rynek pracy młodych Polaków, Rocznik Lubuski, Tom 40, cz. 2 A, 167-194.

Grabowska-Lusinska I., Jazwinska E. (2013). Znaczenie migracji w życiu zawodowym kobiet i mężczyzn. Kultura i Społeczeństwo, vol. 57, nr 3, 2013. Warszawa. s.85-108.

Grabowska-Lusińska I., Jaźwińska E. (2012), Mobilność przestrzenna, społeczna i kariery zawodowe migrantów: cele, problemy i podejścia badawcze na podstawie badań OBM UW, Studia Migracyjne- Przegląd Polonijny, zeszyt 2, 71-103.

Grabowska-Lusińska I., Fihel A. (2011). Płynność powrotów do Polski, Studia Migracyjne- Przegląd Polonijny, zeszyt 4, 107-130.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2007). Migracje zarobkowe Polaków do Irlandii- fakty i mity, Polityka Społeczna, nr 1 (394), 19-24.

Monographs

White, A., I. Grabowska, P. Kaczmarczyk and K. Slany (2018) The Impact of Migration on Poland: EU Mobility and Social Change (London: UCL Press) Open access pdf.

Grabowska, I., Garapich, M. P., Jaźwińska, E. and Radziwinowiczówna, A., (2017) Migrants As Agents of Change: Social Remittances in an Enlarged European Union. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Grabowska I. (2016). Movers and Stayers: Social Mobility, Migration and Skills, Frankfurt Am Main: Peter Lang.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2012), Migrantow sciezki zawodowe bez granic [Migrants’ boundryless careers], Warsaw: Scholar. [habilitation monograph] [translation into English in progress]. Grabowska-Lusinska I, Okolski M. (2009), Emigracja ostatnia? [An ultimate emigration?], Warsaw: Scholar

Grabowska I. (2003), Doing Business with Russians: Patterns and Mechanisms. A Polish Perspective, Dublin: Reprint Dublin.

Grabowska I., Lusinski C., Tonra B. (2002), Poland Through Irish Eyes: The Challenges and Opportunities of EU Enlargement, Dublin European Institute, University College Dublin.

Edited volumes

Glorius B., Grabowska-Lusinska I., Kuvik A. (2013), (eds.), Mobility in transition. Migration patterns after EU enlargement, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. now available in open access http://www.oapen.org/search?identifier=449203

Grabowska-Lusinska I., Drbohlav D., Hars A. (2011), (eds.) Immigration puzzles. Comparative analysis of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland before and after joining the EU, Saarbrucken: Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.

Górny A., Grabowska-Lusińska I., Lesińska M., Okólski M. (2010) (eds.), Immigration to Poland: Policy, employment, integration, Warszawa: Scholar.

Górny A., Grabowska-Lusińska I., Lesińska M., Okólski M. (eds.) (2010). Transformacja nieoczywista. Polska jako kraj imigracji, Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

Grabowska-Lusińska I., Żylicz A. (eds.) (2008). Czy polska gospodarka potrzebuje cudzoziemców?, Warszawa: Ośrodek Badań nad Migracjami Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

 

Chapters in volumes

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (in press). 'New Directions of Migration Research in Poland in Light of Theoretical and Methodological Paradigms', in: Icduygu A., Karacay A.B., Critical Reflections in Migration Research. Views from the South and the North, Istambuł: Koc University Press, 61-82.

Grabowska-Lusińska I. (2014). Stan wiedzy w Polsce w zakresie współczesnych migracji zagranicznych, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem badań migracji poakcesyjnych; w: Lesińska, K. Slany, B. Solga, M. Okólski (red.) Dekada członkostwa Polski w UE. Społeczne skutki emigracji Polaków po 2004 roku, KBnM PAN; Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

Grabowska-Lusińska I. Jaźwińska E., (in press). Transfer jawnych i ukrytych komponentów kapitału ludzkiego poprzez migracje, w: Lesińska, K. Slany, B. Solga, M. Okólski (red.) Dekada członkostwa Polski w UE. Społeczne skutki emigracji Polaków po 2004 roku, KBnM PAN; Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2013), ‘Anatomy of post-accession migration: methodological approach. How to measure liquid migration and other patterns of post-accession migration’, in. B. Glorious, I. Grabowska-Lusinska, A. Kuik, Lost in mobility transition?, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2012). Polish immigration puzzles in the light of visa policy, w: M. Lesinska, E. Matejko, O. Wasilewska (red.). Migrations from Eastern European countries to the European Union in the context of visa policy. Warsaw: Stefan Batory Foundation; 88-111.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2010). The economy as a primary driver of migrant inflow to Poland, w: Górny A., Grabowska-Lusińska I., Lesińska M., Okólski M. (2010) (eds.), Immigration to Poland: Policy, employment, integration, Warszawa: Scholar, 91-103, 119-120, 148-150.

Grabowska-Lusinska I. (2010). Poland, in: IOM. Migration and Economic Crisis in the European Union: Implications for Policy, Brussels: International Organisation for Migration.

Grabowska-Lusińska I. (2009), ‘Skills shortages, emigration and unemployment in Poland – causes and implications of disequilibrium in the Polish labour market’, in: R. Black, G. Engbersen, M. Okolski, C. Pantiru, A Continent Moving West? EU enlargement and labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam.

Other

Co-author of the reports Mobility in Europe (2010, 2011, 2012), Social Europe, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.

http://www.mobilitypartnership.eu/Documents/Mobility%20in%20Europe%20201...

http://www.mobilitypartnership.eu/Documents/Mobility%20in%20Europe%20201...

http://www.mobilitypartnership.eu/Documents/Mobility%20in%20Europe%20201...

Co-author:

Raport Komitetu Badan nad Migracjami PAN

Społeczne skutki poakcesyjnych migracji ludności Polski. Raport Komitetu Badań nad Migracjami Polskiej Akademii Nauk [Social concequences of migration from Poland. Raport of the Committee of Migration Research, Polish Academy of Sciences].

http://www.kbnm.pan.pl/images/Raport_KBnM_PAN_Społeczne_skutki_poakcesyjnych_migracji_ludności_Polski.pdf

Catherine Harris

Harris, C., Moran D. and Bryson, J.R. (2014) ‘Polish labour migration to the UK: data discrepancies, migrant distributions and indicators of entrepreneurial activity’. Growth and Change, DOI:10.1111/grow.12087

Harris, C. (2014) ‘Translocal Lives - Polish Entrepreneurs in the cities of the West Midlands, UK’. In Meier, L. (ed.) Migrant Professionals and the City – Local Encounters, Identities and Inequalities. London: Routledge, pp. 194-211.

Anna Horolets

(2018) Horolets, A., Stodolska M., Peters K. ‘Natural Environments and Leisure among Rural–to–Urban Immigrants: An Application of Bourdieu's Concepts of Habitus, Social and Cultural Capital, and Field’, Leisure Sciences, online publication April 10, 2018, doi: 10.1080/01490400.2018.1448023

(2018) Horolets A. ‘On Holiday? Polish Migrants Visit Their Families in Poland’, in: Magdalena Ślusarczyk, Paula Pustułka and Justyna Struzik (eds.). Contemporary Migrant Families: Actors and Issues, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, pp. 117–136.

(2018) Horolets A. 'Czas wolny migrantów zamorskich: przypadek polskich migrantów w Chicago’ [Overseas migrants’ leisure: the case of Polish migrants in Chicago], Studia Sociologica 10(1), thematic issue „Współczesne procesy migracji zamorskich” [Contemporary processes of overseas migrations], pp. 25–46. Open Access: http://oldifis.up.krakow.pl/studia_sociologica/index.php/najnowszy-tom

(2018) Horolets A., Lesińska M., Okólski M. (ed.) Raport o stanie badań nad migracjami w Polsce po 1989 roku [The report on the state of art in migration studies in Poland after 1989]. Warszawa: KBnM PAN. Open Access: http://www.kbnm.pan.pl

(2018) Horolets A. ‘Badania migracyjne o profilu antropologicznym’ [Anthropological perspective in migration studies], in: A. Horolets, M. Lesińska, M. Okólski (red.) Raport o stanie badań nad migracjami w Polsce po 1989 roku [The report on the state of art in migration studies in Poland after 1989]. Warszawa: KBnM PAN, pp. 153-173. Open Access: http://www.kbnm.pan.pl

(2017) Horolets A., Bielecka-Prus, J. 'Strategie wykluczania w reprezentacjach polskiej emigracji na łamach paryskiej "Kultury"' [Exclusion strategies in the representations of Polish emigration in "Kultura" journal], in: Czyżewski et al. (eds). Polskie sprawy 1945-2015. Warsztaty analizy dyskursu [Polish matter 1945-2015. Discourse Analysis Workshop]. Warszawa: Sedno, pp.21-61.

(2017) Stodolska M., Peters K., Horolets A. Changes in Recreation Participation in Natural Environments after Immigration among Immigrants in the U.S., Netherlands, Germany, and Poland, Leisure Studies, Online 27Dec2016, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2016.1271820.

(2016) Peters K., Stodolska M., Horolets A. The role of natural environments in developing a sense of belonging: A comparative study of immigrants in the U.S., Poland, the Netherlands and Germany, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 17(1): 63–70. DOI: 10.1016/j.ufug.2016.04.001

(2016) Stodolska M., Peters K., Horolets A. Immigrants’ Adaptation and Interracial/Interethnic Interactions in Natural Environments, Leisure Sciences, Online 26Aug2016, DOI: 10.1080/01490400.2016.1213676.

(2016) Horolets A., Bielecka-Prus J. Szlachecko-inteligencki punkt widzenia na polską emigrację. Przypadek „Kultury” paryskiej [Gentry/Intelligentsia Viewpoint on Polish Emigration. The Case of an Emigration Journal ‘Kultura’], Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, nr 4, pp. 97–122.

(2016) Horolets A. Migrants’ experiences of nature. Post-2004 Polish migrants in the West Midlands, UK, in: Rancew-Sikora, D. i U. D. Skaptadottir (eds) Mobility to the Edges of Europe. The Case of Iceland and Poland. Warszawa: Scholar, pp. 136-161. (2015) Horolets A. Mobilność turystyczna i migracyjna – powiązania [Tourist and migratory mobility – intertwinements], Prace Etnograficzne, nr 3(43): 201–212. DOI 10.4467/22999558.PE.15.014.4876

(2014) ‘Finding one's way: recreational mobility of post-2004 Polish migrants in West Midlands, UK’, Leisure Studies, 34:1, 5-18.

(2012) 'Migrants’ leisure and integration'. Report prepared within the framework of the project “Polish Integration Forum II” co-funded by European Fund for the Integration of Third Country Nationals and state budget. Warsaw: Instytut Spraw Publicznych

(2012) with Olga Kozłowska “Provincializing Europe, Orientalizing Occident or Reproducing Power Imbalance? Representations of the UK in post-2004 Polish migrants’ narratives”, Word and Text Vol. II, no. 1: 48-70.

(2012) Galasińska, Aleksandra and Anna Horolets “The (pro)long(ed) life of a ‘grand narrative’: The case of internet forum discussions on post-2004 Polish migration to the UK”, Text and Talk 32 (2): 125-143.

(2010) Galasińska, Aleksandra and Anna Horolets. „Migracja jako wielka narracja w zderzeniu z ‘opowieściami emigranckimi’: przypadek dyskusji o emigracji do Wielkiej Brytanii na forum internetowym” [Migration as a grand narrative in a clash with 'migrants' small stories': the case of an internet forum discussion of the migration to the UK], in: Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska, Anna Kwiatkowska and Joanna Roszak (eds) Drogi i bezdroża. Migracje Polaków w Unii Europejskiej po 1 maja 2004 roku. Analiza psychologiczno-socjologiczna (Kraków: Nomos), pp. 55–69.

Krystyna Iglicka: Selected Publications

(2016) with K. Gmaj and A. Wierzejski, 'The Poles in Norway - We Wanted Workers, but People Arrived', Myśl Ekonomiczna i Polityczna no 1/2016, pp 116-138.

(2011) with K. Gmaj and T. Maroukis, ‘Irregular migration and informal economy in Southern and Central-Eastern Europe: breaking the vicious cycle?’, International Migration, 49:5, pp.129-156.

(2010) with Magdalena Ziolek-Skrzypczak, ‘EU Membership Highlights Poland's Migration Challenges’, Migration Information Source, September 2010 

(2010) Powroty Polaków po 2004 roku. W petli pułapki migracji (Warsaw: Scholar)

(2008) Kontrasty migracyjne Polski. Wymiar transatlantycki (Warsaw: Scholar)

(2008) with A. Weinar, ‘Ukrainian Migration in Poland from the perspective of Polish Policies and Systems’ Theory’, Journal of Immigration and Refugee Studies, 6: 3, pp. 355-366.

(2007) ‘Migratory movements in Poland after the EU enlargement’, in T.van Naerssen and M. van der Velde (eds), Migration in a New Europe: People, Borders and Trajectories, Special Issue, Societa Geografica Italiana, pp.27-43.

(2007) ‘Poland’, in A. Triandafyllidou and R.Gropas (eds), European Immigration: A Sourcebook Volume (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2007) with A. Weinar, ‘Wpływ rozszerzenia UE na ruchy migracyjne na terenie Polski’, Przegląd Polonijny PAN, z.2(124), pp. 93-114.

(2005) 'Labour migration into Poland: the case of the Vietnamese community', in Ernst Spaan, Felicitas Hillmann and Ton van Naerssen (eds), Asian Migrants and European Labour markets (London: Routledge)

(2005) with P. Kaźmierkiewicz and A. Weinar, ‘Poland’, in J. Niessen, Y. Schibel and C. Thompson (eds), Current Immigration Debates in Europe (Brussels: Migration Policy Group)

(2005) with M. Okolski, ‘A Central European Perspective’, in R. Sussmuth and W. Weidenfeld (eds), Managing Integration: The European Union’s Responsibilities Towards Immigrants (Washington: Migration Policy Institute, Bertelsmann Stiftung)

(2004) ‘Allargamento e politiche migratory in Europa Orientale: il caso della Polonia’ w O. Forti, F. Pittau and A. Ricci (eds), Europa. Allargamento a Est e immigrazione (Rome: Centro Studi e Riserche, Immigrazione Dossier Statistico)

(2004) with A. Weinar, ‘Cudzoziemscy specjaliści w aglomeracji warszawskiej’, in J. Grzelak and T. Zarycki (eds), Społeczna mapa Warszawy (Warsaw: ISS wydawnictwa UW)

(2004) ‘Priorytety i kierunki rozwoju polskiej polityki migracyjnej’ in K. Heffner (ed), Rola małych regionów w rozwoju społeczno-gospodarczym kraju i integracji europejskiej(Warsaw: Polish Academy of Sciences)

(2004) ‘The Revival of Ethnic Consciousness: the Case of Poland’, in A. Gorny, P. Ruspini (eds), Migration in the New Europe: East-West Revisited (Basingstoke: Palgrave-Macmillan)

(2003) ‘The Foreign Labour Market in Poland’, EMERGO – Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies, 3: 10, pp. 44-56

(2002) with A. Kraler, ‘Labour Migration in Central and Eastern European Countries’, in New Challenges for Migration Policy in Central and Eastern Europe (IOM/TMC Asser Press)

(2002) ‘Towards Converging Migratory Trends in Europe’, The Brown Journal of World Affairs, VIII: 2, pp. 203-211

(2001) ‘Migration from and into Poland in the light of the East-West European Migration’, International Migration, 39:1, pp. 3-32

(2001) ‘Shuttling from the former Soviet Union to Poland: from primitive mobility into migration’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 27: 3, pp. 505-518

(2000) ‘Ethnic Division on Emerging Foreign Markets of Foreigners in Poland’, Europe-Asia Studies 52:7, pp. 1237-1255

(2000) with F.E.I. Hamilton (eds), From Homogeneity to Multiculturalism. Minorites Old and New in Poland (London: SSEES/UCL Press)

(2000) ‘Mechanisms of Migration from Poland Before and During the Transition Period’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 26: 1, pp. 61-73

(1999) with Keith Sword (eds) The Challenge of East-West Migration for Poland (London: Macmillan)

(1998) Analiza zachowań migracyjnych w wybranych regionach Polski, 1975-1994 (Warsaw: wydawnictwa SGH)

(1998) ‘Are They Fellow-Countrymen or Not? Migration of Ethnic Poles from Kazakhstan to Poland’, International Migration Review, 4, pp. 995-1015

Agnieszka Ignatowicz

(2011) ‘Travelling home: Personal mobility and “new” Polish migrants in England’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

Małgorzata Irek

(2018) Travelling with the Argonauts: Informal Networks Seen without a Vertical Lens (Oxford: Berghahn)

(2016) Przepisy a życie – nieformalne czynniki kształtujące poakcesyjną migrację Polaków na przykładzie wybranych krajów Europy Zachodniej Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1, pp.165 -76.

(2014) 'Circular travels: a site-less ethnography of an informal trading route', Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford-online VI, 1: 1-34

(2013) 'Przepisy a życie - nieformalne czynniki kształtujące poakcesyjną migrację Polaków na przykładzie wybranych krajów Europy Zachodniej' (conference paper from Euroemigranci conference, Kraków, September 2013)

(2012) ‘New Wave, Old Ways? Post-accession Migration from Poland Seen from the Perspective of the Social Sciences’, Studia Sociologica IV: 2

(2011) ‘The Myth of “Weak Ties” and the Ghost of the Polish Peasant: Informal Networks of Polish Post-Transition Migrants in the UK and Germany’ (University of Oxford: COMPAS Working Paper 11-87

Jakub Isanski

(2011) with Luczys P. (eds.) (2011), Selling One’s Favourite Piano to Emigrate: Mobility Patterns in Central Europe at the Beginning of the 21st Century (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
(forthcoming) with Mleczko, A. and Seredyńska- Abou Eid, R. ‘Polish Contemporary Migration: From ‘Co-migrants’ to ‘Project: ME’, International Migration

Maja Jankowska

Jankowska, M. & Barnes, J. (2015, forthcoming) ‘On bilingualism in (monoligual?) English classroom environment - the challenges for Polish-English bilingual children, their parents and schools’, Sustainable Multilingualism.

Jankowska, M. (2011) ‘A reflection on adaptability; achievement motivation and success of Central and Eastern European students in one English university’, COMPARE – a journal of international and comparative education, 41, 6, 81-818.

Barbara Janta

(2015) Janta, B., Hofman, J., Harte, E., & Hoorens, S. ‘Socio-economic inclusion of migrant EU workers in four cities, City report Leeds’, RAND Europe, prepared for the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. Available from http://www.rand.org/randeurope/research/projects/socioeconomic-inclusion-migrant-eu-workers.html#background-goals and http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?langId=en&catId=89&newsId=2311&furtherNews=yes

(2013)  'Polish migrants' reproductive behaviour in the United Kingdom', Studia migracyjne - Przeglad Polonijny, Vol. 39 (3)

(2013) 'Polish Migrants' Childbearing in the UK', (conference paper from Euroemigranci conference, Kraków, September 2013)

(2011) Hoorens, S., Clift, J., Staetsky, L., Janta, B., Diepeveen, S., Morgan, M. and J. Grant, 'Low fertility in Europe. Is there still reason to worry?', RAND Europe Monograph, MG-1080-RE

Commentaries / opinion pieces

(2016) Janta, B. and Hofman, J. ‘Are EU migrants over-qualified for the jobs they do?’, Euractive, 24 February 2016. Available from http://www.euractiv.com/section/social-europe-jobs/opinion/are-eu-migrants-over-qualified-for-the-jobs-they-do/

(2016) Janta, B. and Harte, E. ‘Why access to in-work benefits is a hard nut to crack in the UK’s EU negotiations’, E!Sharp, 25 January 2016. Available from http://esharp.eu/debates/the-uk-and-europe/why-access-to-in-work-benefits-is-a-hard-nut-to-crack-in-the-uks-eu-negotiations

(2015) Janta, B. ‘What Are the Facts About EU Migration to the UK?’, The RAND blog, 18 December 2015. Available from http://www.rand.org/blog/2015/12/what-are-the-facts-about-eu-migration-to-the-uk.html.

Hanna (Hania) Janta: Publications and PhD

Lugosi, P., Janta, H., Wilczek, B. (forthcoming) ‘Work(ing) dynamics of migrant networking among Poles employed in hospitality and food production’. The Sociological Review. DOI: 10.1111/1467-954X.12393

(2016) '"My i oni” – doświadczenia Polaków w hotelarstwie w Wielkiej Brytanii',Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 2016, no. 2: 83-95

(2013) with Ladkin, A. 'In search of employment: online technologies and Polish migrants'. New Technology, Work and Employment, 28 (3), 241-253.

(2012) with Lugosi, P., Ladkin, A., and Brown, L. 'Migrant networks, language learning and tourism employment'. Tourism Management, 3(2), 431-439.

(2011) with Brown, L., Lugosi, P., and Ladkin, A. 'Migrant relationships and tourism employment', Annals of Tourism Research, 38(4), 1322-1343.

(2011) 'Polish migrant workers in the UK hospitality industry: Profiles, work experience and methods for accessing employment', International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 23 (6), 803- 819.

(2011) with Brown, L. and Lugosi, P. (2011) 'Employment experiences of Polish migrant workers in the UK hospitality sector', Tourism Management, 32(5), 1006-1019.

(2009) with Ladkin, A. ' Polish Migrant Labour in the Hospitality Workforce: Implications for Recruitment and Retention’, Tourism, Culture and Communications, 9 (1-2), 5-15.

(2009) ‘The experiences of Polish migrant workers in the UK hospitality industry’. PhD thesis, Bournemouth University.

Michael Johns

(2014) The New Minorities of Europe: Social Cohesion in the European Union (Lanham: Lexington Books)

(2013) ‘Post-Accession Polish Migrants in Ireland and Britain: Challenges and Obstacles to Integration’, European Journal of Migration and Law, Vol.15, No.1.

(2013) ‘Under-Appreciated, Under-Employed and Potentially Unwelcome: The Long-Term Future of Polish Migrants in Ireland and Britain’ in Willem Maas, ed. Democratic Citizenship and the Free Movement of People (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers).

(2012) ‘Quiet Diplomacy, the European Union and Conflict Prevention: Learning from the HCNM on Issues of Social Cohesion’, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, Vol.19, No.3.

(2011) ‘A Problem By Their Own Hands: Intra-EU Migration and Its Implications for Europe’ in Finn Laursen, ed. The EU and Federalism (London: Ashgate)

Dawn Judd

(2011) ‘The contribution of post-accession Polish migrants to adult social care services’ in Alison Stenning and Aneta Slowik (eds.) Post-Accession Migration in Europe: a Polish Case Study (Kraków: Impuls), pp. 55-74.

(2011) 'The contribution of Post-Accession Polish migrants to adult social care services', Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

Publications by Researchers K-O

Paweł Kaczmarczyk

Articles in refereed journals

(2011) ‘Polen in Bewegung - Migration nach dem EU-Beitritt’, Osteuropa 61: 175-188.

(2010) ‘Poakcesyjne migracje Polaków – próba bilansu’ [Post-accession mobility of Poles - an attempt of assessment of the phenomenon], Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny 4: 3-36 (in Polish).

(2008) with M. Okólski, ‘Demographic and labour-market impacts of migration on Poland, Oxford Review of Economic Policy 24: 600-625.

(2008) ‘Współczesne procesy migracyjne z Polski - stan wiedzy’ [Contemporary migration from Poland – state of the art], Przegląd Polonijny 2(124): 41-74.

(2005) ‘Wyjazdy sezonowe do Niemiec a inne formy współczesnej mobilności zagranicznej Polaków - wybrane aspekty ekonomiczne’ [Seasonal migration to Germany and other international moves of Poles – selected economic issues], Przegląd Polonijny 3(117): 27-44.

(2002) Mobilność cyrkulacyjna jako kategoria badawcza w naukach społecznych [Circular mobility as a research category in social sciences], Studia Socjologiczne, No 4: 37-66.

Books / monographs

White, A., I. Grabowska, P. Kaczmarczyk and K. Slany (2018) The Impact of Migration on Poland: EU Mobility and Social Change (London: UCL Press) Open access pdf.

(2011) (ed.) Mobilność i migracje w dobie transformacji – wyzwania metodologiczne [Mobility and migration at the time of transition – methodological challenges] (Warsaw: Scholar).

(2008) (ed.) Współczesne migracje Polaków – aspekty regionalne i lokalne [Recent migration of Poles – regional and local aspects] (Warsaw: OBM WNE UW).

(2008) with M. Okólski (eds.), Polityka migracyjna jako instrument promocji zatrudnienia i ograniczania bezrobocia [Migration Policy and Labour Market Change] (Warsaw: OBM WNE UW).

(2008) (ed.) Migracje zagraniczne a procesy rynku pracy. Przypadek Lubelszczyzny [International migration and processes on labour market. The case of the Lublin Region] (Warszawa – Lublin: CMR).

(2007) with A. Fihel, Migracje “nowych Europejczyków” – teraz i przedtem [Migration of “new Europeans” – past and recent trends] (Warsaw: WUW).

(2005) Migracje zarobkowe Polaków w dobie przemian [Labour mobility of Poles in the age of transition] (Warszawa: WNE UW).

(2005) with M. Okólski, Migracje specjalistów wysokiej klasy w kontekście członkostwa Polski w Unii Europejskiej [Highly skilled migration from Poland in the context of EU membership] (Warsaw: UKIE).

(2004) with W. Łukowski (eds.), Polscy pracownicy na rynku Unii Europejskiej [Polish workers in the European Union market] (Warsaw: Scholar).

 

Chapters / other papers

(2013) with M. Anacka and A. Fihel ‘Migration as an asset? Polish returnees at the time of the crisis’, in Kahanec, M. and K. Zimmermann (eds) Migration, Crisis, and Adjustment in an Enlarged E(M)U, London: Edward Elgar.

(2012) ‘Labour market impacts of post-accession migration from Poland, in OECD, Free Movement of Workers and Labour Market Adjustment. Recent Experiences from OECD Countries and the European Union (Paris: OECD).

(2011) ‘Polska jako kraj emigracji i imigracji’ [Poland as an emigration-immigration country], in Kaczmarczyk P. (ed.) Mobilność i migracje w dobie transformacji – wyzwania metodologiczne (Warsaw: Scholar).

(2011) with M. Anacka, E. Jaźwińska, J. Kopczyńska, W. Łukowski, M. Mostowska, J. Napierała and M. Okólski, ‘Etnosondażowe podejście do badania migracji jako procesu społecznego’ [Ethnosurvey approach to study migration as a social process], in: Kaczmarczyk P. (ed.) Mobilność i migracje w dobie transformacji – wyzwania metodologiczne [Mobility and migration at the time of transition – methodological challenges] (Warsaw: Scholar)

(2010) ‘Brains on the move? Recent migration of the highly-skilled from Poland and its consequences’, in Black R., Engbersen G, Okólski M. and C. Panţĭru (eds.) A Continent Moving West? EU Enlargement and Labour Migration from Central and Eastern Europe (Amsterdam University Press).

(2009) with M. Anacka and A. Janicka-Zylicz, ‘Impact of the Post-Accession Migration on the Polish Labor Market’, in Kahanec M. and K. Zimmermann (eds.), EU Labor Markets After Post-Enlargement Migration (Bonn: Springer Verlag).

(2009) with A. Fihel, ‘Migration: A Threat or a Chance? Recent Migration of Poles and its Impact on the Polish Labour Market’, in K. Burrell (ed.), Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate).

(2009) with Beleva Iskra, Simone Bertoli, Tito Boeri, Herbert Brücker, Andreas Damelang, Letitia Duval, Agnieszka Fihel, Andreas Hauptmann, Peter Huber, Anna Iara, Arjoms Ivlevs, Elke J. Jahn, Anna Janicka, Michael E. Landesmann, Joanna Mackiewicz-Lyziak, Mattia Makovec, Paola Monti, Klaus Novotny, Marek Okólski, Sándor Richter, Richard Upward, Hermine Vidovic, Katja Wolf, Nina Wolfeil, Peter Wright and Krisjane Zaiga, 'Five years of the EU enlargement to the East’ (Bonn: European Integration Consortium)

(2008) with M. Okólski, ‘Economic impact of migration on Poland and Baltic states’ (Oslo: FAFO).

(2008) with B. Dietz, ‘On the demand side of international labour mobility. The structure of the German labour market as a causal factor of Polish seasonal migration’, in C. Bonifazi, M. Okólski, P. Simon and J. Schoorl (eds.), International Migration in Europe: New Trends, New Methods of Analysis (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press).

(2007) with A. Fihel and M. Okólski, ‘Migracje z Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej. Dotychczasowe i przyszłe trendy w nowych krajach członkowskich UE’ [Migration from Central and Eastern Europe. Recent and future trends in new member states] (Warsaw: WUW).

(2007) ‘Past and recent trends in Polish labor migration in the context of research experiences’, in M. Nowicka (ed.) Von Polen nach Deutschland und zurück. Die Arbeitsmigration und ihre Herausforderungen für Europa (Bielefeld: transcript)

(2006) ‘Highly skilled migration from Poland and other CEE countries – myths and reality’, in K. Gmaj and K. Iglicka (eds) Brain Drain or Brain Gain - a Global Dilemma (Warsaw: CSM)

(2004) ‘Future westward outflow from candidate countries - the case of Poland’, in A. Górny and P. Ruspini (eds.) Migration in the New Europe: East-West Revisited (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

(2002) with M. Okólski, ‘From net emigration to net immigration. Socio-economic aspects of international population movements in Poland’, in R. Rotte and P. Stein (eds.), Migration Policy and the Economy: International Experiences (Munich: Hanns Seidel Stiftung).

(2001) 'Polski Berlin'? - uwagi na temat najnowszych migracji Polakow do stolicy Niemiec [’Polish Berlin’? – comments on the most recent migration from Poland to the capital of Germany], in E. Jaźwińska and M. Okólski (eds) Ludzie na huśtawce. Migracje między peryferiami Polski i Zachodu [People on the Swing. Migration from Polish Peripheries to Peripheries of the West] (Warsaw: Scholar).

(2001) ‘Uwarunkowania procesów migracyjnych z perspektywy społeczności „wysyłającej”' [Determinants of migratory processes in a ‘sending’ community perspective], in: E. Jaźwińska and M. Okólski (eds.), Ludzie na huśtawce. Migracje między peryferiami Polski i Zachodu [People on the Swing. Migration from Polish Peripheries to Peripheries of the West] (Warsaw: Scholar).

Marta Kempny (Marta Kempny-Mazur)

(2016) 'Between transnationalism and assimilation: Polish parents’ upbringing approaches in Belfast, Northern Ireland', Social Identities, 24 May 2016, p.1-16.

(2013) 'Tales from the borderlands: Northern Irish conflict in the Representations of Poles', Space and Culture, 16:4, pp. 435-446.

(2012) 'Crossing Boundaries of Self: Multidimensionality of Ethnic Belongings and Negotiating Identities Among Polish Migrants in Belfast, Northern Ireland', Polish Sociological Review 177, pp. 55-70.

(2012) 'Rethinking Native Anthropology: Migration and Auto-Ethnography in the Post-Accession Europe', International Review of Social Research, 2, 2, pp. 39-52  http://www.irsr.eu/issue05/03_Kempny_p39-52.pdf

(2011) ‘Interpretative repertoire of victimhood: narrating experiences of discrimination and ethnic hatred among Polish migrants in Belfast’, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures 20:1, pp. 132-152.

(2010) Polish Migrants in Belfast: Border Crossing and Identity Construction (Cambridge:  Cambridge Scholars)

(2008) ‘Case study of Polish migrant workers in Belfast: strategies for coping with labour hierarchization at Mace Shop’, Irish Journal of Anthropology 11: 2, pp. 19-24.

Weronika Kloc-Nowak

(2018) Kloc-Nowak, Weronika, ‘From pioneer migration to family reunification: Polish women’s narratives of lifestyle preferences in Bologna, Italy’, Gender Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, vol. 25(6): 916-931.  

(2018) Radziwinowiczówna, Agnieszka, Anna Rosińska and Weronika Kloc-Nowak, Ethnomorality of Care: Migrants and their Aging Parents (London: Routledge).

(2018) Kordasiewicz, Anna, Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna and Weronika Kloc-Nowak, ‘Ethnomoralities of care in TNFs of aging Poles’, Journal of Family Studies, vol. 24(1): 76-93

(2018) Fihel, Agnieszka, Anna Janicka and Weronika Kloc-Nowak, ‘The direct and indirect impact of international migration on the population ageing process: A formal analysis and its application to Poland’, Demographic Research, vol. (38): 1303-1338.

Julie Knight

PhD thesis: ‘Motivations and Trajectories: A study of Polish migrants in Cardiff, Wales’, available at http://orca.cf.ac.uk/51352/1/THESIS_2013_Passed.pdf

Working Papers:
Knight, J. & Thompson, A. ‘Temporariness and Migratory Drift: A comparison of two case studies in South Wales’.

Knight, J. ‘The Complex Employment Experiences of Polish Migrants in the UK Labour Market’.

Knight, J. ‘Migrant Entrepreneurship in a Shrinking Ethnic Economy: A study of Polish migrant small businesses in Cardiff, Wales’.

Publications:
Knight, J., Lever, J. & Thompson, A. (2014) ‘The Experience of Polish Migrants in the Welsh Labour Market: A comparison of three case study regions in South Wales, UK’. Central and Eastern European Migration Review Special Issue: The last decade of the enlarging EU: changing framework and patterns of migration, 3, 2: 61-78.

Knight, J. (forthcoming). ‘Migrant employment in the ethnic economy: Why do some migrants become ethnic entrepreneurs and others co-ethnic workers?’ Journal of International Migration & Integration.

Anna Kordasiewicz (see Anna Rosińska for Anna's most recent publications)

(2016) 'Role-Identity Dynamics in Care and Household Work: Strategies of Polish Workers in Naples, Italy', Qualitative Sociology Review, Volume X, Issue 4.

(2016) Kindler, Marta, Anna Kordasiewicz, Monika Szulecka. Care needs and migration for domestic work: Ukraine-Poland. International Labour Organization. Geneva.

(2015) Kordasiewicz, Anna. Class guilt? Employers and their relationships with domestic workers in Poland. In: Triandafyllidou A., S. Marchetti. Employers, Agencies and Immigration. Paying for Care. Ashgate, pp. 53-72.

(2015) Kindler Marta, Anna Kordasiewicz. Maid-of-all-Work or Professional Nanny? The Changing Character of Domestic Work in Polish Households, XVIII-XXI c (forthcoming). In: Van Nederveen M., S. Neusinger, D. Hoerder. Towards a Global History of Domestic Workers and caregiving. Brill.

(2014) Kordasiewicz, Anna. Role-identity dynamics in care and household work - strategies of Polish workers in Naples, Italy. Qualitative Sociology Review. Volume X, No. 4, pp.88-114.

Olga Kozłowska

(2009) with Aleksandra Galasińska ‘“Either” and “Both” – the changing concept of living space among Polish post-communist immigrants to the United Kingdom’, in Mike Baynham, James Collins and Stef Slembrouck (eds) Globalization and Language in Contact: Scale, Migration, and Communicative Practices (London: Continuum), pp. 170-188

(2009) with Aleksandra Galasińska, ‘Discourses of a “normal life” among post-accession migrants from Poland to Britain’, in K. Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 87-106

(2008) with D. Sallah and D. Galasiński, ‘Migration, Stress and Mental Health:  An Exploratory Study of Post-accession Polish Immigrants to the United Kingdom.’ Unpublished Final Report. Project funded by the Care Services Improvement Partnership, Department of Health. University of Wolverhampton.

Torben Krings

(2013) Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska, New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 (Manchester University Press)

Łukasz Krzyżowski

(2016) M. Nowicka and L. Krzyżowski, 'Social Distance To Various Minorities Among Polish Immigrants: A Comparative Study In Four German And British Cities', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43(3), pp.359-378.

(2016) 'Structuring Social Remittances: Transnational Networks of Polish Migrants' in M. Nowicka and V. Šerbedžija (eds.), Migration and Social Remittances in a Global Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

(2014) with Janusz Mucha, ‘Transnational caregiving in turbulent times. Polish migrants in Iceland and their old parents in Poland’, International Sociology, 29, pp. 22-37.

(2013) Migranci i ich starzejący się rodzice. Transnarodowy system opieki międzygeneracyjnej [Polish Labour Migrants and Their Ageing Parents. Transnational System of Intergenerational Care], Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar.

(2013) ‘Einsamkeit im Alter? : Erwerbsmigration und der Generationenvertrag’, Polen Analysen, 134, pp. 2–11.

(2012) ‘Old “euro-orphans”? Migration of adult children and social security of their old parents’, Kultura I Edukacja, 6, pp. 248-266 .

(2012) ‘Opieka nad osobą starszą i dynamika wykluczenia w transnarodowej przestrzeni społecznej. Polacy w Islandii i ich starzy rodzice w Polsce’, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, 1, pp. 125-141.

(2012) with Janusz Mucha, ‘Opieka społeczna w migranckch sieciach rodzinnych. Polscy migranci w Islandii i ich starzy rodzice w Polsce’, Kultura i Społeczeństwo, 1, pp. 191-217.

(2011) ‘Co-creating transnational social spaces. Researching migration from Poland across time and space’, Journal Of Identity and Migration Studies, 5, pp. 43-60.

(2010) with Sylwia Urbańska (eds.), Mozaiki Przestrzeni Transnarodowych. Teorie. Metody. Zjawiska, Kraków: Zakład Wydawniczy NOMOS.

(2009) Między gminą Radgoszcz a resztą Europy. Ku antropologii transmigracji, Kraków: Zakład Wydawniczy NOMOS.

(2009) ‘Wiejskie migrowanie na przestrzeni stu lat. Studium przypadku gminy Radgoszcz’, Wieś i Rolnictwo, 2, pp. 113-133.

Agnieszka Kubal

(2013 forthcoming) 'Conceptualizing Semi-Legality in Migration Research', Law and Society Review, 47(3).

(2013) 'Migrants' Relationship with Law in the Host Country. Exploring the Role of Legal Culture', Journal of Intercultural Studies 34(1), pp. 57-74.

(2012) Socio-Legal Integration. Polish Post-2004 EU Enlargement Migrants in the United Kingdom (Farnham: Ashgate)

(2012) with Oliver Bakewell and Hein de Haas, 'Migration systems, pioneer migrants and the role of agency', Journal of Critical Realism 11(4), pp. 413-437.

(2009) 'Why Semi-Legal? Polish post-2004 EU Enlargement  Migrants in the United Kingdom', Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 23(2), pp. 148-164.

Paul Lassalle

(2011)  with M. Hughes and E. Helinska-Hughes, ‘Polish entrepreneurs in Scotland: life trajectories, social capital and business strategies’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(2010) with E. Helinska-Hughes and M. Hughes, 'Re-theorising Ethnic Entrepreneurial Strategies', ISBE Conference, London 2010.

(2009) with Ewa Helinska-Hughes, Michael Hughes, and Igor Skowron ‘The trajectories of Polish immigrant businesses in Scotland and the role of social capital’. Paper presented at Cracow University of Economics, ‘Entrepreneurship and Growth of Family Firms’, June 2009.

(2008) 'Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs: communities, social capital, actors' strategies'. Paper presented at Loughborough University Workshop: 'EU nationals in the UK Labour force: Economic Migrants or Free-Moving Citizens of the EU?', November 2008.

Aleksandra Lewicki

(2016) with Marta Bivand Erdal, 'Polish migration within Europe: mobility, transnationalism and integration', Social Identities, 22:1, 1-9.

(2016) with Marta Bivand Erdal, ‘Moving citizens: citizenship practices among Polish migrants in Norway and the United Kingdom’, Social Identities, 22:1, 112-128.

Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez

(2016) Ryan, L., Lopez Rodriguez, M., & Trevena, P. ‘Opportunities and Challenges of Unplanned Follow-up Interviews: Experiences with Polish Migrants in London’. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17:2. Retrieved from http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/2530

(2016) Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez, Alessio D’Angelo, Louise Ryan and Rosemary Sales, ‘Schooling in England – A toolkit for newly arrived migrant parents and practitioners working with migrants’,  SPRC, Middlesex University, London https://mdxmigration.wordpress.com/migrantschools/

(2010) Lopez Rodriguez, Magdalena and Sales, Rosemary A. and Ryan, Louise and D'Angelo, Alessio, ‘Polskie dzieci w londyńskich szkołach – szanse i wyzwania’. In: Dabrowska, Ewa and Markowska-Manista, Urszula, (ed.) Między kulturami: edukacja w wielokulturowej rzeczywistości. Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej, Warszawa

(2010) ‘Migration and a quest for “normalcy”: Polish migrant mothers and the capitalization of meritocratic opportunities in the UK’  Social Identities, 16: 3.

(2010) Rosemary Sales, Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez, Louise Ryan, Alessio D’Angelo,  ‘A guide to schooling in England for BME and newly arrived migrant parents’, SPRC, Middlesex University, London http://sprc.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/AFSI-Guide-for-Parents-final.pdf

(2010) Louise Ryan, Alessio D’Angelo, Rosemary Sales, Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez, ‘Newly arrived migrant and refugee children in the British educational system. Research Report’, SPRC, Middlesex University, London

https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/9399/4/AFSI_-_Research_Report_-_final.pdf

(2010) Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez, Rosemary Sales, Louise Ryan, Alessio D’Angelo, ‘A guide for parents – Polish Pupils in UK Primary schools’, SPRC, Middlesex University, London http://www.kronoweb.net/polishconference/parentsguideenglish.pdf

(2010) Magdalena Lopez Rodriguez, Rosemary Sales, Louise Ryan, Alessio D’Angelo, ‘Polskie Dzieci w Brytyjskich Szkołach Podstawowych. Przewodnik dla Rodziców’, SPRC, Middlesex University, London http://londyn.msz.gov.pl/resource/46765979-1d31-4b6d-a342-a57e5bf6434a:JCR

(2008) Rosemary Sales, Louise Ryan, Magda Lopez Rodriguez, Alessio D’Angelo, ‘Polish Pupils in London Schools: opportunities and challenges’, Project Report, SPRC, Middlesex University, London

https://eprints.mdx.ac.uk/6326/1/%5DPolish_pupils_in_London_schools.pdf

 

Amy Ludlow

(2015) C. Barnard and A. Ludlow, ‘Enforcement of Employment Rights by EU-8 Migrant Workers in Employment Tribunals’ Industrial Law Journal, advance access doi:10.1093/indlaw/dwv034

Izabella Main

(2018) Lepsze światy medyczne? Zdrowie, choroba i leczenie polskich migrantek w perspektywie antropologicznej (Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar).

(2017) (with Czerniejewska, Izabela) ‘Post-accession female mobility between Poland and Norway. New trends and new ways of thinking about migration’, Sprawy narodowościowe, Seria Nova 49: 1-18.

(2016) ‘Biomedical practices from a patient perspective. Experiences of Polish female migrants in Barcelona, Berlin and London’, Anthropology & Medicine 23, 2: 188-204.

(2016) Zmiany praktyk jedzeniowych wśród polskich emigrantek w Barcelonie i Berlinie Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 2, pp. 135-56

(2016) 'Motivations for mobility and settlement of Polish female migrants in Barcelona and Berlin', Social Identities, 22,1: 62-79.

(2015) 'Giving Birth in Berlin: Reproductive Experiences of Polish Migrant Women', in Rethinking Ethnography in Central Europe, edited by H.Cervinkova, M.Buchowski, Z.Uherek. London: Palgrave.

(2015) Main, I. ed. (with N.Bloch, K.Sydow) Nie dość użyteczni. Zmagania imigrantów na lokalnym rynku pracy [Not Useful Enough. The Struggle of Immigrants in the Local Labour Market], Poznań, Centrum Badań Migracyjnych UAM.

(2015) Main, I. (with K. Sydow). 'Migranci edukacyjni. Źródło dochodu czy pełnoprawni mieszkańcy miasta?'[Educational migrants. Source of income or full-fledged residents of the city ?] In Nie dość użyteczni. Zmagania imigrantów na lokalnym rynku pracy [Not useful enough. The struggles of migrants on the local labor market], edited by N.Bloch, I.Main, K.,Sydow. Centrum Badań Migracyjnych Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Poznań, 101-126.

(2015) Main, I. (with I. Czerniejewska)  'Statystyczny obraz zjawiska imigracji do Poznania' [Statistical picture of immigration to Poznań] In Nie dość użyteczni. Zmagania imigrantów na lokalnym rynku pracy [Not useful enough. The struggles of migrants on the local labor market], edited by N.Bloch, I.Main, K.,Sydow. Centrum Badań Migracyjnych Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu, Poznań, 153-173.

(2014) ‘High Mobility of Polish Women: The Ethnographic Inquiry of Barcelona,’ International Migration, 52, 1: 130-145.

(2014) ‘Medical Travels of Polish Female Migrants in Europe.’ Sociologický časopis / Czech Sociological Review 50 (6): 897-918, http://dx.doi.org/10.13060/00380288.2014.50.6.147

(2013) ‘„Co zostanie z naszej Polski” – strategie migracyjne i praktyki tożsamościowe Polek na przykładzie Barcelony i Berlina,’ [w:] M. Lesińska, M. Okólski (red.), Współczesne polskie migracje: strategie – skutki społeczne – reakcja państwa, Warszawa: Wydawnictwa UW, s. 195-217.

(2013) ‘Zmiany praktyk kulinarnych wśród polskich emigrantek w Barcelonie i Berlinie,’ [w:] D. Praszałowicz, M. Łużniak-Piecha, J. Kulpińska (red.), Młoda polska emigracja w UE jako przedmiot badań psychologicznych, socjologicznych i kulturowych. Euroemigranci.pl. Publikacja pokonferencyjna, [Kraków-Londyn]: PAU-PUNO. http://www.euroemigranci.pl/dokumenty/pokonferencyjna/Main.pdf

(2012) [z N. Bloch, I. Czerniejewska], ‘Zjawisko imigracji do Poznania w świetle źródeł zastanych,’ [w:] M. Buchowski, J. Schmidt (red.), Migracje a heterogeniczność kulturowa. Na podstawie badań antropologicznych w Poznaniu, Poznań: Wydawnictwo Nauka i Innowacje, s. 53-78.

(2008) Uchodźcy: Teoria i praktyka, (red. z I. Czerniejewska), Poznań: Stowarzyszenie Jeden Świat, http://swiaty.org.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/uchodzcy_final.pdf

(2008) ‘Uchodźcy w nauce polskiej – stan badań i literatury, metodologia i etyka badań,’ [w:] I. Czerniejewska, I. Main (red.), Uchodźcy: Teoria i praktyka. Poznań: Stowarzyszenie Jeden Świat, s. 21-33.

(2008) [z M. Chrobot, E. Okuniewską, R. Sudoł], ‘Opracowanie literatury dotyczącej uchodźców w Polsce,’ [w:] I. Czerniejewska, I. Main (red.), Uchodźcy: Teoria i praktyka. Poznań: Stowarzyszenie Jeden Świat, s. 50-83.Paweł Mąkosa

Paweł Mąkosa

(2018) 'Emigration of Poles to the United Kingdom: History, Present State and Future Prospects', International Migration 56:5, pp. 137-150.

(2015) ‘The communities providing religious education and catechesis to Polish immigrants in England and Wales’, British Journal of Religious Education 37: 2, pp. 182-194.

(2015) 'Catholic Sacramental Formation for Polish Children and Young People in England and Wales', Studia Ełckie 17:1, pp. 73-90.

Joanna Marczak

Marczak, J. Sigle, W. Coast. E. (2018). When the grass is greener: fertility decisions in a cross-national context. Population Studies: A Journal of Demography 72(2), pp. 201-216.

Ewa Mazierska: Publications

(2009) ‘In Search of Freedom, Bread and Self-Fulfilment: a Short History of Polish Emigrants in Fictional Film, in Kathy Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 107-125

Derek McGhee

(2017) McGhee, D., Moreh, C. & Vlachantoni, A.,  ‘An "undeliberate determinacy"? The changing migration strategies of Polish migrants in the UK in times of Brexit’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1299622 (open access)

(2013) Trevena, P., McGhee, D. and Heath, S., ‘Location, Location? A Critical Examination of Patterns and Determinants of Internal Mobility Among Post-accession Polish Migrants in the UK’ Population, Space and Place, 19(6), pp.671-687

(2013) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P., ‘Post-Accession Polish Migrants – their experiences of living in ‘low-demand’ social housing areas in Glasgow.’ Environment and Planning A 45: 329-343.

(2013) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P. , ‘Competing obligations and the maintenance of physical co-presence – the impact of migration and structural constraints on post-accession Polish families in the UK.’ Families, Relationships & Society, 2,2: 229-45.

(2012) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P., ‘Dignity, happiness and being able to live a ‘normal life’ in the UK – an examination of post-accession Polish migrants’ autobiographical transnational fields’. Social Identities 18, 711-727.

(2011) Heath, S., McGhee, D. and Trevena, P. , 'Lost in transnationalism: unraveling the conceptualisation of families and personal life through a transnational gaze', Sociological Research Online, November 2011

Joanna Marczak

Marczak, J. Sigle, W. Coast. E. (2018). When the grass is greener: fertility decisions in a cross-national context. Population Studies: A Journal of Demography 72(2), pp. 201-216.

Magda Mogilnicka

(2017) Jon. E. Fox and Magda Mogilnicka, 'Pathological Integration, or How East Europeans use Racism to Become British', British Journal of Sociology DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12337

Elaine Moriarty: Publications

(2013) Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska, New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 (Manchester University Press)

Niamh Nestor: Publications

(forthcoming) with V. Regan, 'The New Kid on the Block. A Case Study of Young Poles, Language and Identity', in N. Bushin, M. Darmody and S. Song (eds.), The Changing Faces of Ireland: Exploring the Lives of Immigrant and Ethnic Minority Children (Sense Publishers).

(2010) with V. Regan, 'French Poles, language and identity: An intergenerational snapshot', in V. Regan and C. Ní Chasaide (eds.), Language Practices and Identity Construction in French (New York: Peter Lang)

Magdalena Nowicka: Selected Publications

(2018) A. Lisiak & M. Nowicka, ‘Tacit differences, ethnicity and neoliberalism: Polish migrant mothers in German cities’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, 899-915.

(2017) '“I don’t mean to sound racist but … ” Transforming racism in transnational Europe’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, on-line first (15 March 2017), DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2017.1302093

(2016) M. Nowicka and L. Krzyżowski, 'Social Distance To Various Minorities Among Polish Immigrants: A Comparative Study In Four German And British Cities', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43(3), pp.359-378.

(2016) M. Nowicka and V. Šerbedžija (eds.), Migration and Social Remittances in a Global Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

(2015) with Louise Ryan, 'Beyond Insiders and Outsiders in Migration Research: Rejecting A Priori Commonalities', Introduction to the FQS Thematic Section on "Researcher, Migrant, Woman: Methodological Implications of Multiple Positionalities in Migration Studies", FQS Forum Qualitative Social Research 16, 2

(2013) 'Positioning strategies of Polish entrepreneurs in Germany: Transnationalizing Bourdieu’s notion of capital', International Sociology, Volume 28, Issue 1, pp. 28 - 46.

(2012) 'Deskilling in migration in transnational perspective. The case of recent Polish migration to the UK.' Working Paper 112/2012, COMCAD - Center on Migration, Citizenship and Development. Bielefeld.

http://wwwedit.uni-bielefeld.de/tdrc/ag_comcad/downloads/WP_112.pdf

(2010) "Transcultural encounters of diversity -- towards a research agenda.  The case of Polish presence in the UK" Working Paper WP 10-04 April 2010 Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, available at http://www.mmg.mpg.de/english/Publications/workingpapers/wp_10-04/index.html

(2010, forthcoming) ‘"Hängen geblieben": Bildungsmigranten aus Polen und ihre Zukunftsperspektiven in Deutschland und Europa’, in Jahrbuch Polen-Migration (Darmstadt: Deutsches Polen Institut)

(2007) (ed.) Von Polen nach Deutschland und zurück. Die Arbeitsmigration und ihre Herausforderungen für Europa (Bielefeld: Transcript Publishers)

(2007) ‘Migration als Herausforderung für Europa’, in M. Nowicka (ed.) Von Polen nach Deutschland und zurück. Die Arbeitsmigration und ihre Herausforderungen für Europa (Bielefeld: Transcript Publishers)

(2007) with Maja Zielinska, ‘Selbständigkeit und Firmengründung - zur neuen sozialen Lage der polnischen Migranten in München’, in M. Nowicka (ed.) Von Polen nach Deutschland und zurück. Die Arbeitsmigration und ihre Herausforderungen für Europa (Bielefeld: Transcript Publishers)

Witold Orlik

(2016) with Mark Shevlin, 'Psychological Well-Being of Polish Migrants in Ireland', The Irish Journal of Psychology
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03033910.2016.1194771 

Dorota Osipovič

(2015) 'Conceptualisations of Welfare Deservingness by Polish Migrants in the UK', Journal of Social Policy, FirstView, 1-18.

(2013) '"If I Get Ill, It's onto the Plane, and off to Poland." 'Use of Health Care Services by Polish Migrants in London', Central and Eastern European Migration Review 2(2): 98-114.

(2010) ‘Social citizenship of Polish migrants in London: engagement and non-engagement with the British welfare state’, doctoral thesis, London: UCL Eprints. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/20186/

(2006) with A. Górny, ‘Return migration of second-generation British Poles’ (Warsaw: Centre of Migration Research Working Papers, no. 6/64), available at http://www.migracje.uw.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/006_64.pdf

(2002) ‘Rola sieci i kapitału społecznego w migracjach zarobkowych. Przykład Moniek [The role of social networks and social capital in labour migration. The case of Mońki]’ (Warsaw: Centre of Migration Research Working Papers, no. 46), available at http://www.migracje.uw.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/046.pdf

(2001) ‘Marginalizacja społeczna migrantów [Social marginalisation of migrants]’, in E. Jaźwińska and M. Okólski (eds.), Ludzie na huśtawce. Migracje między peryferiami Polski i Zachodu [People on the Swing. Migration from Polish Peripheries to Peripheries of the West] (Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar), pp. 382-409

Publications by Researchers P-T

Violetta Parutis

(2014) ‘Returning “Home”: East European Migrants' Discourses of Return’, International Migration, Vol.52(5), pp.159-177.

(2011) ‘“Home“ for Now or “Home“ for Good: East European Migrants‘ Experiences of Accommodation in London‘, Home Cultures: The Journal of Architecture, Design and Domestic Space, 8:3, 265-296

(2011) with J. Brannen, J. A. Mooney and V. Wigfall, ‘Fathers and Intergenerational Transmission in Social Context‘, Ethics and Education, 6, 2:155-70.

(2011) ‘White, European and Hardworking: East European migrants’  relationships with other communities in London’, Journal of Baltic Studies, Vol.42(2), pp.263-288.

(2009) with A.R. Evans, G. Hart,C. H. Mercer, C. Gerry, R. Mole,  R.S. French, J. Imrie and F. Burns, ’ The sexual attitudes and lifestyles of London's Eastern Europeans (SALLEE  Project): design and methods’ BMC Public Health 9:399.

(2007) with B. Anderson and N. Clark, ‘New EU Members? Migrant Workers’ Challenges and Opportunities to UK Trade Unions: Polish and Lithuanian Case Study.’ Report for the TUC

Konrad Pędziwiatr: selected recent publications

Pędziwiatr, K. and Balogun, B. (2018) ‘Sub-Saharan Africans in Contemporary Poland: Profile of the Emerging Minority and Key Issues’ (Minority Rights Group Report).
Legut, A. and Pędziwiatr, K. (2018) 'Sekurytyzacja migracji w polityce polskiej a zmiana postaw Polaków wobec uchodźców', [in:] Sami swoi? Wielokulturowość we współczesnej Europie, ed by. R. Jończy, Dom Współpracy Polsko-Niemieckiej, Gliwice-Opole, pp. 41–51.
Pędziwiatr, K. and Nalborczyk, A. (2018) 'Between Old Traditions and New Diversities – Islamic Religious Education in Poland.' In: Jenny Berglund (ed.)
European Perspectives on Islamic Education and Public Schooling (London: Equinox)
Pędziwiatr, K. and Narkowicz, K. (2018) „Obcy” w przestrzeni miejskiej: warszawiacy wobec projektów budowy meczetów. In: A. Górny, S. Toruńczyk-Ruiz and A. Winiarska, Po sąsiedzku z różnorodnością. Znaczenie więzi lokalnych z perspektywy rodzimych mieszkańców i migrantów. Warsaw: UW.
Pędziwiatr, K. and Narkowicz, K. (2017) ‘Saving and fearing Muslim women in “post-communist” Poland: troubling Catholic and secular Islamophobia’, Gender Place and Culture, vol. 24, no. 2, pp. 288-299.
Pędziwiatr, K. and Narkowicz, K. (2017) ‘From unproblematic to contentious: mosques in Poland’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 441-457.
Pędziwiatr, K. (2017) ‘Conversions to Islam and Identity Reconfigurations among Poles in Great Britain’, Studia Religiologica. vol. 50, no 3, pp. 221–239.

Pędziwiatr, K., (2017) ‘Islamophobia in Poland: National Report 2016’. In: Enes Bayralki & Farid Hafez (eds.) European Islamophobia Report 2016, Istanbul: SETA, pp. 411-443.
Pędziwiatr, K. (2016) ‘Przemodelowanie przepływów migracyjnych oraz transformacje ruchów islamistycznych w cieniu arabskiego przebudzenia’, Kultura i Polityka no. 19, pp. 9-29
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Aneta Piekut

(2014) Mayblin L., Piekut A., Valentine G. ‘"Other" posts in "other" places: Poland through a Postcolonial lens?' Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0038038514556796 (open access).
(2014) 'Migration and modernisation – an alternative. Polemic essay with Marek Okólski’s article “Modernising Impacts of Emigration”'. Sociological Studies 1(212): 157–169.

Dominika Pszczółkowska

Duszczyk M., Pszczółkowska D., Wach D. (2018) 'Warsaw: a New Immigration City in Search of its Integration Policy towards Newcomers', in T. Caponio, P. Scholten and R. Zapata-Barrero (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of the Governance of Migration and Diversity in Cities (Abingdon: Routledge).

(2015) 'Why the Isles, why the continent? – reasons for choosing particular countries of emigration among post-EU accession migrants from Poland' (CMR Working Paper, Nr 88(146))

 

Paula Pustulka

(2016) 'Transnational Educational Strategies of Polish Migrant Mothers parenting in Great Britain', Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, vol. 2/2016:157-176.

(2016) Ślusarczyk M, Pustułka P., 'Norwegian schooling in the eyes of Polish parents: from contestations to embracing the system', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, vol. 5(1): 49-69.

(2016) Huang, L, Krzaklewska E, Pustułka P.,  'Young Polish migrants in Norway: Education, work and settlement choice', Nye tall om ungdom, Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning, vol. 16(1): 63-78.

(2016) Slany K, Pustułka P., 'Children, parents and institutions in the Mobiity Maze', Guest Editorial, Central and Eastern European Migration Review, vol.5(1): 5-12.

(2016) Ślusarczyk, M., Pustułka P., 'Mobile Peripheries? Contesting and Negotiating Peripheries in the Global Era of Mobility', in: A Van Weyenberg, E Peeren (eds.) Peripheral Visions in the Globalizing Present, Thamyris/Intersecting: Place, Sex and Race, Amsterdam: Brill/Rodopi, 141-163.

(2016) 'Ethnic, gender and class identities of Polish migrant mothers: intersecting maternal narratives with transnationalism and integration', Social Identities, 22:1, 44-61.

(2015) ‘Virtual Transnationalism: Polish Migrant Families and New Technologies’, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), No 3.

(2015) with Struzik J., and Ślusarczyk M. ‘Polish Migrant Fathers Caught between Breadwinning and Emotional Provisions’, Studia Humanistyczne AGH – Special Issue “Men and Masculinities in the European Dimension”, vol. 3/2015. http://journals.bg.agh.edu.pl/STUDIA/2015.14.2/human.2015.14.2.117.pdf

(2015) ‘Escaping workplace gender discrimination through mobility? Labour market experiences of Polish female migrants in UK and Germany’, Interdisciplines, vol. 1/2015. http://www.inter-disciplines.org/index.php/indi/article/viewFile/135/109

(2015) with Ślusarczyk M., and Strzemecka S. ‘Polish Children in Norway: Between National Discourses of Belonging and Everyday Experiences of Life Abroad’, in: Z Millei and R Imre (eds), ‘Childhood’ and ‘nation’: global identities, local subjectivities. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan)

(2015) with Ślusarczyk M. ‘Transnational Polish Families in Norway. The Entanglements between Migration Trajectory and Labor’. Transfam WP2 Working Paper 1, available online: http://www.transfam.socjologia.uj.edu.pl/documents/32445283/0fffac5e-2e7...

(2014) 'Child-centred narratives of Polish mothers: cross-generational identity constructions abroad', Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, vol. 3/2014, pp. 151-170.

(2013) ‘There is nothing wrong with six schooldays per week!” – educational strategies of Polish migrant mothers parenting in Great Britain’, in: J. Kulpinska et al.(eds) EuroEmigranci. Młoda polska emigracja w UE jako przedmiot badań psychologicznych, socjologicznych i kulturowych, Krakow: Wydawnictwo PAU.

(2013) ‘Pomijani multiuczestnicy? Polacy w inicjatywach nieformalnych w Wielkiej Brytanii’ [Disregarded multi-participants? Polish migrants and informal social participation initiatives in Great Britain], in: J. Kucharczyk (ed) Nic o nas bez nas. Partycypacja obywatelska Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii (Warszawa: Instytut Spraw Publicznych), pp. 105-132.

(2012) ‘Polish Mothers on the Move: Transnationality and Discourses of Gender, Care and Co-Residentiality Requirement in the Narratives of Polish Women Raising Children in the West’, Studia Sociologica IV: 2, vol.2, pp. 162-175.

(2010) ‘Jeszcze „matki-Polki” czy już „matki Europejki”? O macierzyństwie Polek w Wielkiej Brytanii i Irlandii Pólnocnej’ (English: Still 'Mother-Poles' or already 'European Mothers'? Motherhood of Polish women in Great Britain and Northern Ireland) in: A. Malek and M. Warat (eds.) Ponad granicami. Kobiety, migracje, obywatelskość (Kraków), pp. 277-299

Marta Rabikowska

(2010) ‘The Ritualisation of Food, Home and National Identity among Polish Migrants in London’, Social Identities 16 (3), pp. 377–398.

(2009) with Kathy Burrell, 'The Material Worlds of Recent Polish Migrants: Transnationalism, Food, Shops and Home', in Kathy Burrell (ed.) Polish Migration to the UK in the 'New' European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 211-232.

Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna

(2018) Radziwinowiczówna, Agnieszka, Anna Rosińska and Weronika Kloc-Nowak Ethnomorality of Care: Migrants and their Aging Parents (London: Routledge)

(2018) Kordasiewicz, A., A. Radziwinowiczówna and W. Kloc-Nowak  ‘Ethnomoralities of care in TNFs of aging Poles’, Journal of Family Studies, 24(1), pp. 76–93.

(2018) Kordasiewicz, A., Jaźwińska, E., Kiełkowska, M., Kloc-Nowak, W., Radziwinowiczówna, A., 2018 Seniorzy i ich rodziny – migracje i rozwiązania opiekuńcze (‘Elderly people and their families – migrations and care arrangements’), in: Okólski, M. (Ed.), Wyzwania starzejącego się społeczeństwa. Polska dziś i jutro. Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warsaw, pp. 287–312.

(2017) Fihel, A., Kiełkowska M., Kordasiewicz A., Radziwinowiczówna A. ‘Determinanty spadku płodności w Polsce – Próba syntezy’ (‘Determinants of Fertility Decline in Poland – A Theoretical Synthesis’). Studia Demograficzne 172(2), pp. 35–69.

(2017) Grabowska, I., Garapich, M. P., Jaźwińska, E. and Radziwinowiczówna, A. (2017) Migrants As Agents of Change: Social Remittances in an Enlarged European Union.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

(2016) Kiełkowska, Marta, Ewa Jaźwińska, Weronika Kloc-Nowak, Anna Kordasiewicz, and Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna. ‘Przepływy opieki między migrantami i ich starzejącymi się rodzicami - Metoda badawcza i przykład jej zastosowania’ (“Care Flows between Migrants and their Ageing Parents - Research Method and an Example of Its Implementation”). Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny 161(3), pp. 345-368.

Lucy Ramasawmy

(2015) ‘The Impact of Migration on Paid Work and Child-Care Arrangements among Polish Migrant Parents in Scotland’, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), No 3, pp. 15-36.

Anna Rosińska (see 'Anna Kordasiewicz' for Anna's previous publications)

(2018) Radziwinowiczówna, Agnieszka, Anna Rosińska and Weronika Kloc-Nowak Ethnomorality of Care: Migrants and their Aging Parents (London: Routledge)

Joanna Rostek

(2015) with Joanna Kosmalska. "Irish-Polish Cultural Interrelations in Practice: Interviews with Chris Binchy, Piotr Czerwinski, Dermot Bolger, and Anna Wolf". Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies 5: 103-130. Download via: dx.doi.org/10.13128/SIJIS-2239-3978-16332

(2013) with Nora Pleßke. "Rubble or Resurrection: Contextualising London Literature by Polish Migrants to the UK". Literary London Journal 10.2 (2013). Web. http://www.literarylondon.org/london-journal/autumn2013/plesskeandrostek.html

(2012) "Migration, Capital, Space: Econotopic Constellations in Recent Literature about Polish Migrants in Ireland". Anglistentag 2012: Proceedings. Ed. Katrin Röder and Ilse Wischer. Trier: WVT, 2013. 47-60. [Download via www.wvttrier.de]

(2011) ‘From a Polish in Dublin to Polish Dublin: Retracing Changing Migratory Patterns in Two Recent “Dublin Novels” by Polish Migrants", in Sabine Egger & John Mcdonagh (eds.) Polish-Irish Encounters in the New and Old Europe (Frankfurt: Peter Lang)

(2011) with Dirk Uffelmann (eds) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang)

(2011) with Dirk Uffelmann, ‘Introduction’, in Joanna Rostek & Dirk Uffelmann (eds.) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang), pp. 7-26.

(2011) ‘Living the British Dream: Polish Migration to the UK as Depicted in the TV Series “Londyńczycy” (2008-2010)’, in Joanna Rostek & Dirk Uffelmann (eds.) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang), pp. 245-275.

(2010) with Dirk Uffelmann, ‘Can the Polish Migrant Speak? The Representation of “Subaltern” Polish Migrants in Film, Literature and Music from Britain and Poland’, in Sissy Helff, Barbara Korte & Eva Ulrike Pirker, eds., Facing the East in the West. Images of Eastern Europe in British Literature, Film and Culture (Amsterdam - New York: Rodopi), pp.311-34

(2009) ‘Die Migration von (Stereo-)Typen der Weiblichkeit. Die Literatur von und über polnische Migrantinnen und Migranten in Irland und Großbritannien’, Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie 66:1

Louise Ryan

(2018) with Marta Bivand Erdal, ‘Gendered, spatial and temporal approaches to Polish intra-European migration’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, 843-849.

(2017) ‘Differentiated embedding: Polish migrants in London negotiating belonging over time’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (Special Issue: Rethinking integration. New perspectives on adaptation and settlement in the era of super-diversity), pp. 1-19 | Published online: 16 Aug 2017 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1341710 (open access)

(2017) Louise Ryan and Alessio D’Angelo, "Changing times: Migrants’ social network analysis and the challenges of longitudinal research." Social Networks (open access) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socnet.2017.03.003

(2017) ‘Building bridges to parishes: the Catholic Church in England and Wales and the role of ethnic chaplains’, in D. Pasura and M. B. Erdal (eds.), Migration, Transnationalism and Catholicism: Global Perspectives (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 291-316.

(2016) ‘Looking for weak ties: using a mixed methods approach to capture elusive connections’, The Sociological Review, Vol. 00, 1–19 (2016) DOI: 10.1111/1467-954X.12395

(2016) Ryan, Louise; Lopez Rodriguez, Magdalena & Trevena, Paulina, 'Opportunities and Challenges of Unplanned Follow-up Interviews: Experiences with Polish Migrants in London', Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2), Art. 26. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1602266

(2015) ‘Another year and another year’: Polish migrants in London extending the stay over time’, SPRC at Middlesex University: research report

(2015) with Magdalena Nowicka 'Beyond Insiders and Outsiders in Migration Research: Rejecting A Priori Commonalities', Introduction to the FQS Thematic Section on "Researcher, Migrant, Woman: Methodological Implications of Multiple Positionalities in Migration Studies", FQS Forum Qualitative Social Research 16, 2

(2015) '"Inside" and "Outside" of What or Where? Researching Migration Through Multi-Positionalities', FQS Forum Qualitative Social Research 16, 2

(2011) ‘Migrants' social networks and weak ties: accessing resources and constructing relationships post-migration’, The Sociological Review 59:4, pp. 707-724

(2011) with Alessio D’Angelo ‘Sites of socialisation - Polish parents and children in London schools’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(2011) with R. Sales, ‘Family Migration: The Role of Children and Education in Family Decision-Making Strategies of Polish Migrants in London’, International Migration, ‘early view’ (electronic) article, first published online 19 January 2011. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2435.2010.00652.x

(2010) ‘Becoming Polish in London: negotiating ethnicity through migration’ in Social Identities 16:3.

(2009) with R. Sales, M. Tilki and B. Siara, ‘Family strategies and transnational migration: recent Polish migrants in London’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35:1, pp. 61-77

(2009) with R. Sales and M. Tilki, ‘Recent Polish migrants in London: accessing and participating in social networks across borders’ in Kathy Burrell (ed), Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2009) ‘How women use family networks to facilitate migration: a comparative study of Irish and Polish women in Britain’, History of the Family vol. 14, pp. 217-231.

(2008) with Anne White, ‘Polish 'temporary' migration: The formation and significance of social networks.Europe-Asia Studies, 60:7, pp. 1467-1502.

(2008) with R. Sales, M. Tilki and B. Siara ‘Social networks, social support and social capital: Polish migrants in London’, Sociology 42:4, pp. 672-690.

(2008) with W. Webster (eds),Gendering Migration: Masculinity, Femininity and Ethnicity in Post-War Migration to Britain (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2008) ‘Polish Children in London Primary Schools: opportunities and challenges’. 

(2007) ‘Polish Migrants in London: networks, transience and settlement’. Final report on ESRC-funded study.

Joanna Rydzewska

(forthcoming) ‘Masculinity, Nostalgia and Polishness in Somers Town’, Journal of British Cinema and Television.

(2012) ‘Ambiguity and Change: Post-2004 Polish Migration to the UK in Contemporary British Cinema’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20(2), pp. 215 – 227.

(2011) ‘“Great Britain, Great Expectations”: The Representation of Polish Migration to Great Britain in Londyńczycy/Londoners’, Critical Studies in Television, Special Issue: 'Small Nations and TV', (ed.) Stephen Lacey, 6(2), pp. 127 – 140.

(2011) ‘Transnational Subjectivity: Trauma and Displacement in Roman Polański’s Repulsion’, Journal of British Cinema and Television, 8(3), pp. 337 – 356.

(2009) ‘Beyond the Nation State: “New Europe” and Discourses of British Identity in Pawel Pawlikowski’s Last Resort (2000)’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 17(1), pp. 91 – 107.

(2009) ‘Imagining Englishness: The Mapping of Identity in Pawel Pawlikowski’s My Summer of Love (2004)’, New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 7(2), pp. 119 – 136.

(2007) with E. Ostrowska ‘Gendered Discourses of Nation(hood) and the West in Polish Cinema’, Studies in European Cinema, 4(3), pp. 187 – 198.

Agnieszka Rydzik

(2017) Rydzik, A. and Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. and Sedgley, D. ‘Humanising migrant women’s work’. Annals of Tourism Research, 64, pp. 13-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2017.02.002

(2017) Rydzik, A. 'Travelers, tourists, migrants or workers? Transformative journeys of migrant women'. In: Women and Travel: historical and contemporary perspectives. Advances in hospitality and tourism. Apple Academic Press.

(2017) Zeinali, M. and Rydzik, A. and Bosworth, G. ‘Exploring the dynamics of social capital in the integration of Central and Eastern European women moving to Lincolnshire’. Regions, 305 (1).

(2013) Rydzik, A., Pritchard, A., Morgan, N. and Sedgley, D.  'The Potential of Arts-based Transformative Research', Annals of Tourism Research, 40(1), pp. 283-305.

(2012) Rydzik, A., Pritchard, A., Morgan, N. and Sedgley, D.  'Mobility, migration and hospitality employment: Voices of Central and Eastern European Women', Hospitality & Society, 2(2), pp. 137-157.

Alina Rzepnikowska

(2018) ‘Shifting racialised positioning of Polish migrant women in Manchester and Barcelona’, in Relating Worlds of Racism: Dehumanization, Belonging and the Normativity of Whiteness, edited by P. Essed, K. Farquharson, K. Pillay and E. White. (London: Palgrave), pp. 191-219.

(2018) ‘Polish migrant women’s narratives about language, racialised and gendered difference in Barcelona’, Gender, Place & Culture, 25:6, 850-865 (open access)

(2018) 'Racism and xenophobia experienced by Polish migrants in the UK before and after Brexit vote'Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, (open access)

(2017) 'Polish migrant women’s narratives about language, racialised and gendered difference in Barcelona', Gender, Place and Culture, on-line first.

(2017) 'Conviviality in the workplace: the case of Polish migrant women in Manchester and Barcelona', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, on-line first

(2016) ‘Imagining and Encountering the Other in Manchester and Barcelona: The Narratives of Polish Migrant Women’, Journal of the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology (Special issue: Postsocialist Mobilities), 15: 55-108.

(2016) ‘Convivial cultures in multicultural Manchester and Barcelona: experiences of Polish women’, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny (Migration Studies - Polish Diaspora Review), no. 2, pp. 119-34.

(2013) ‘Media representations of Polish migrants in Spain and in Britain: A comparative approach’, (paper from 'Ethnicity, Race and Nationalism in European Media and Film: Rights, Responsibilities, Representations' conference, University of Manchester, 23-25 May 2013)

Justyna Salamońska

(2013) Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska, New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 (Manchester University Press)

(2011, forthcoming) with E. Moriarty, J. Wickham, T. Krings and A. Bobek, ‘Putting Work Back in Mobilities: Migrant Careers and Aspirations, A Qualitative Panel Study’, Mobilities.

(2009) with T. Krings, A. Bobek, E. Moriarty and J. Wickham, ‘Migration and Recession: Polish Migrants in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland’ Sociological Research Online 14 (2/3) Rapid Response Section: The Current Financial Crisis/'Credit Crunch'  http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/2/9.html.

(2009) with T. Krings, A. Bobek, E. Moriarty and  J. Wickham, ’Les migrants polonais dans l’Irlande en crise’, Les Mondes du Travail, 7, pp. 43 – 52.

(2009) with J. Wickham, E. Moriarty and A. Bobek ‘Working in the gold rush: Polish migrants’ careers and the Irish hospitality sector’ in Maeve Holohan and Sharon Bolton (eds.) Work Matters: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Work, London: Palgrave.

(2008) with A. Bobek, ‘‘Wyksztalciuchy’ i ‘Mariany’. Polscy migranci w Irlandii ze szczegolnym uwzglednieniem Dublina’ (‘Wyksztalciuchy’ and ‘Mariany’. Polish immigrants in Dublin), Congress of Polish Scientific Societies Abroad conference proceedings.

(2008) with T. Krings, J. Wickham and A. Bobek, ‘Migrant Workers and the Irish software sector. A preliminary report from the Migrant Careers and Aspirations research project’ http://www.tcd.ie/immigration/css/downloads/Software_report_final_19_12_MCA.pdf.

(2008) with A. Bobek, T.  Krings, E. Moriarty and J. Wickham, ‘Irish Construction Sector: Employment Issues and Migrant Workers’ http://www.tcd.ie/immigration/css/downloads/ConReport03.09.08.pdf

(2008) with E. Moriarty, J. Wickham and A. Bobek, ‘Migrant Workers and the Financial Services Sector in Ireland’ http://www.tcd.ie/immigration/css/downloads/FinancialServicesSectorRep.pdf

(2008) with J. Wickham, E. Moriarty and A. Bobek, ‘Migrant workers and the Irish hospitality sector’ http://www.tcd.ie/immigration/css/downloads/MCA110208Report.pdf

Lisa Scullion

Scullion, L. and Pemberton, S. (forthcoming 2013) 'The UK migrant cap, migrant mobility and employer implications', International Migration.

Pemberton, S. and Scullion, L. (forthcoming 2013) ‘The policies and politics of managed migration: Exploring mature labour migration from Central and Eastern Europe into the UK’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Brown, P., Dwyer, P. and Scullion, L. (2012) Roma SOURCE: Interim research report, Salford: University of Salford, report produced for Roma SOURCE funded by European Commission Fundamental Rights and Citizenship programme, online at: http://www.romasource.eu/userfiles/attachments/pages/167/romasourceinterimresearchreport-en.pdf

Lewis, H., Dwyer, P., Scullion, L. and and Waite, L. (2012) ‘From restrictions to the cap: trends in UK migration policy’, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice , 20, 1: 87-91.

Dwyer, P., Lewis, H., Scullion, L. and Waite, L. (2011) Forced labour and UK immigration policy: status matters? York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Scullion, L. and Pemberton, S. (2010) Exploring migrant workers motivations for migration and their perceived contributions to the UK: A case study of Liverpool (Salford: The University of Salford).

Scullion, L. (2010) Central and Eastern European migrants in Daventry and South Northamptonshire: Developing a profile (Salford: The University of Salford).

Scullion, L. and Morris, G. (2010) Central and Eastern European migrant communities in Salford and Bury (Salford: The University of Salford) 

Scullion, L. and Morris, G. (2010) Exploring the housing needs of migrant workers in Harlow and Broxbourne (Salford: The University of Salford)

Scullion, L. and Morris, G. (2010) Central and Eastern European migrants in Tameside (Salford: The University of Salford)

Pemberton, S. and Scullion, L. (2010) The implications in North West England of the migrant cap on non-EU workers: A case study of the health and social care sector (Salford: The University of Salford).

Scullion, L. and Morris, G. (2009) Migrant workers in Liverpool: A study of A8 and A2 nationals (Salford: The University of Salford) http://usir.salford.ac.uk/9263/1/Liverpool_migrant_worker_report.pdf.

Scullion, L., Morris, G. and Steele, A. (2009) A study of A8 and A2 migrants in Nottingham (Salford: The University of Salford)

Scullion, L. and Morris, G. (2009) A study of migrant workers in Peterborough (Salford: The University of Salford) http://www.shusu.salford.ac.uk/cms/resources/uploads/File/Final%20Report%20-%20Peterborough%20MW%20June%2009.pdf

Hunt, L., Steele, A. and Condie, J. (2008) Migrant workers in Rochdale and Oldham (Salford: The University of Salford) http://www.shusu.salford.ac.uk/cms/resources/uploads/File/Rochdale%20and%20Oldham%20Migrant%20Worker%20-%20Final%20Report%20Aug%202008.pdf

Chloe Sharp

(forthcoming) Sharp, C. & Randhawa 'Organ donation as an 'altruistic gift': Incentives and reciprocity in deceased organ donation from a UK Polish migrant perspective', Annals of Transplantation.

(2013) Sharp, C. & Randhawa, G 'Examining the views of deceased organ donation and religion: A focus on Polish migrants in Luton and Dunstable, UK'. In Public Engagement in Organ Transplantation, G. Randhawa and S. Schicktanz (eds) Pabst Publisher: Lengerich

Daniela Sime

(2017) Sime, D., Kakela, E., Corson, S., Tyrrell, N.,McMellon, C., Kelly, C. and Moskal, M.  Eastern European Young People in Brexit Britain, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.

(2015) with E. Pietka, ‘Transnational intergenerationalities: Cultural learning in Polish migrant families and its implications for children’s inclusion’, Language & Intercultural Communication.

(2015) ‘Methodological aspects of conducting research with Eastern European children and young people’, in Skelton, T., Holt, L. and Evans, R. (ed.) Geographies of Children and Young People (vol. 2), Methodological Approaches, Springer.

(2014) ‘“I think that Polish doctors are better”: Experiences with and views of health services in Scotland among newly arrived migrant children and their parents’, Health & Place, DOI: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2014.08.006.

(2014) with R. Fox, ‘Migrant children, social capital and access to public services: Transitions, negotiations and complex agencies’, Children & Society, Available through 'OnlineFirst'. DOI: 10.1111/chso.12092.

(2014) with R. Fox, ‘Eastern European children’s family and peer relationships after migration’, Childhood, Available as 'early view'. DOI: 10.1177/0907568214543199.

(2013) with G. Fassetta, ‘At home abroad: A guide for migrant parents on services in Scotland, University of Strathclyde’, Available at www.migrantchildren.net

(2012) with G. Fassetta, ‘Toolkit for service providers working with migrant children and their families’, University of Strathclyde, Available at www.migrantchildren.net

(2011) with R. Fox and E. Pietka, ‘At home abroad: Eastern European migrant children’s life experiences in Scotland’, Glasgow: University of Strathclyde. Available at: www.migrantchildren.net

Alana Smith

(forthcoming) 'Field research about Polish migrants in Dublin: Placing "home" into perspective, Irish Journal of Sociology.

(forthcoming) 'Interpreting home in the transnational discourse: The case of post-EU enlargement Poles in Dublin', Home Cultures: The Journal of Architecture, Design & Domestic Space.

(forthcoming) 'Immediate and short-term housing experiences and situations of Polish newcomers in Dublin's private rented sector', Journal of Housing and the Built Environment.

Bożena Sojka

Carmel, E. and Sojka, B. with Papież, K. (2016) ‘Free to Move, Right to Work, Entitled to Claim? Governing Social Security Portability for Mobile Europeans’, Transwel No. 1, WSF Working Paper Series (Berlin: Norface Welfare State Futures)

Carmel, E. and Sojka, B. with Papież, K. (n.d.) ‘A comparative analysis of the portability of social security rights within the European Union. Poland-UK case study’ (University of Bath Institute for Policy Research)

Will Somerville

(2010) with Madeleine Sumption, ‘The UK’s New Europeans: Progress and Challenges Five Years After Accession’ (London: Equality and Human Rights Commission)

Teresa Staniewicz

(2011) ‘Negotiating Space, Contested Boundaries, and, the Transnational: Adaptational aspects of “New Migration”, as viewed via a Social Capital lens. The case of Polish Roma and Polish migrants’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

Stella Strzemecka

(2016, forthcoming) with Slany K. “Who Are We? Cultural Valence and Children’s Narratives of National Identifications”, Central and East European Migration Review – CEEMR, (Online First), 1-22 http://www.ceemr.uw.edu.pl/vol-5-no-1-2016/articles/who-are-we-cultural-valence-and-children-s-narratives-national

(2016, forthcoming), with Slany K. „Kapitał rodziny i rodzinności w przestrzeni transnarodowej. Na przykładzie badań polskich rodzin w Norwegii” (The Capital of Family and Familism within the Transnational Space. On the Example of Research Done in Polish Families in Norway), Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny).

(2016, forthcoming) with Slany K. “Children as Kin-keepers of Transnational Family Relations” in: Transnational Polish Families in Norway: Social Capital, Integration, Institutions and Care, ed. Slany, K., Pustulka, P., Guribye E., Ślusarczyk, Warszawa: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers.

(2016) with Slany K. “Children’s experience of growing up transnationally”, in: Doing family in a Transnational Context. Demographic Choices, Welfare Adaptations, School Integration and Every-day Life of Polish Families Living in Polish-Norwegian Transnationality (Research Report), Jagiellonian University, Institute of Sociology Department of Population Studies, Kraków, 31-39.

(2015) with Slany K. “Gender roles and practices in Polish migration families in Norway through the eyes of children”, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), 3(157), 157–181, http://www.kbnm.pan.pl/images/pdf/SM_PP_3_2015/St_Migr_3_15_9_K.SlanyS.Strzemecka.pdf

(2015) “School Integration in the Eyes of Migrant Children. Based on the Context of Polish Migration to Norway”, Sociological Review (Przegląd Socjologiczny) 61(1), 81–110, http://cejsh.icm.edu.pl/cejsh/element/bwmeta1.element.desklight-74ec87af-7931-437d-b3c2-7c6c0e3a3c8d

(2015) with Pustułka P., Ślusarczyk M. “Polish Children in Norway: Between National Discourses of Belonging and Everyday Experiences of Life Abroad”, in: Childhood and Nation. Interdisciplinary Engagements, ed. Millei, Z., Imre, R., New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 207–227.

(2015) with Slany K. “Children’s Experience of Growing up Transnationally”, Transfam WP5 Working Paper 5, available online: http://www.transfam.socjologia.uj.edu.pl/documents/32445283/07755f03-e527-43dc-900b-ea1f5fb96b47

Madeleine Sumption

(2010) with Will Somerville, “The UK’s New Europeans. Progress and Challenges Five Years After Accession” (London: Equality and Human Rights Commission). 

(2009) “Social Networks and Polish Immigration to the UK” (London: Institute for Public Policy Research).

(2009) with Will Somerville, “Immigration in the UK: The Recession and Beyond” (London: Equality and Human Rights Commission).
http://www.migrationpolicy.org/pubs/Immigration-in-the-UK-The-Recession-and-Beyond.pdf

(2009) with Demetrios Papademetriou and Will Somerville, “Migration and the Economic Downturn: What to Expect in the European Union” (Washington DC: Migration Policy Institute). http://www.migrationpolicy.org/transatlantic/EU_Recession_backgrounder.pdf

Maruška Svašek

Forthcoming in 2010 (ed.), ‘Emotions and Human Mobility’: special issue of Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

(2009) ‘Shared histories? Polish Migrant Experiences and the Politics of Display in Northern Ireland’ in K. Burrell (ed.), Polish Migration to the UK in the New European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2011) ‘Polish migrants’ narratives of “us” and “them”: language and integration’, in Alison Stenning and Aneta Slowik (eds.) Post-Accession Migration in Europe: a Polish Case Study (Kraków: Impuls), pp. 39-54.

(2008) (ed.) , ‘Transnational Families: Emotions and Belonging’, special issue of Journal of Intercultural Studies 29: 3

(2007) (ed., with Z. Skrbiš) ‘Emotions and Globalisation’, special issue of Identities. Global Studies in Culture and Power

(2006) (ed.), Postsocialism: Politics and Emotions in Central and Eastern Europe. (Oxford: Berghahn): includes two chapters on Polish cases.

Agnieszka Szewczyk

(forthcoming) ‘Polish Graduates and British Citizenship: Amplification of the Potential Mobility Dynamics Beyond Europe’, Mobilities.

(2013) 'Continuation or Switching? Career patterns of Polish graduate migrants in England' , Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies

(2012) 'New and Old Middle Class Polish Graduates' "Brain Training" in England', Studia Migracyjne - Przegląd Polonijny,  z.3 (145), 151-166.

Bogusia Temple

(2013) Casting a wider net: Reflecting on translation in oral history, Oral History, Vol 41, no.2, pp.100-109.

(2011) ‘Polish migrants’ narratives of “us” and “them”: language and integration’, in Alison Stenning and Aneta Slowik (eds.) Post-Accession Migration in Europe: a Polish Case Study (Kraków: Impuls), pp. 39-54.

(2011) ‘Influences on integration: Exploring Polish people’s views of other ethnic communities’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(2010) 'Feeling Special: Language in the Lives of Polish People', The Sociological Review, 58:2, pp. 286-304.

(forthcoming) with K. Koterba, ‘Translating lives: Cross language community research’, in Lisa Goodson and Jenny Phillimore (eds), Community Research: From Theory to Method (Bristol: Policy Press)

(2009) with K. Koterba, ‘The same but different: Researching language and culture in the lives of Polish People in England’, Forum: Qualitative Social Research 10:1, Art.31, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0901319.

(2008) ‘Investigating language and identity in cross-language narratives’, Migrations & Identities, 1:1, pp. 1-18

(2008) ‘Narrative Analysis of Written Texts: Reflexivity in Cross Language Research’ (Special Issue on Narrative Analysis), Qualitative Research, 8:3, pp. 355-365.

(2008) 'Manchesterska Polonia o tożsamości i języku', Dziennik Polski, 9 September, p. 12.

(2008) Język i tożsamość w wypowiedziach Polaków Leaflet distributed to Polish community in Greater Manchester.

(2007) with C. Alexander and R. Edwards, ‘Contesting Cultural Communities: language, ethnicity and citizenship’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 33:5, pp. 783-800.

(2006) with C. Alexander and R. Edwards, ‘Grasping at Context: Cross Language Qualitative Research as Secondary Data Analysis Forum’, Qualitative Social Research

(2006) ‘Representation across languages: biographical sociology meets translation and interpretation studies’ Qualitative Sociology Review, 2:1 http://www.qualitativesociologyreview.org/ENG/archive_eng.php

(2006) ‘Being Bilingual: Issues for Cross Language Research’, Journal of Research Practice, 2:1, Article M2. http://jrp.icaap.org/content/v2.1/temple.html

(2006) with C. Alexander and R. Edwards, ‘Interpreting Trust: Abstract and Personal Trust for People Who Need Interpreters to Access Services’, Sociological Research Online, 11:1 http://www.socresonline.org.uk/11/1/edwards.html

(2006) with R. Edwards, ‘Limited exchanges: existing approaches to involving people who don’t speak English in research and service development’, in B. Temple and R. Moran (eds), Doing Research with Refugees (Bristol: Policy Press), pp. 37-54

(2005) with C. Alexander and R. Edwards, ‘Users’ experiences of interpreters: the critical role of trust’, Interpreting: International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting, 7:1, pp. 77-95

(2005) ‘Nice and tidy: translation and representation’, Sociological Research Online, 10:2, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/2/temple.html

(2004) with C. Alexander, R. Edwards Alexander; and K. Kanani, L. Zhuang, M. Miah and S. Sam, ‘Access to services with interpreters: user views’ (York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation)

(2004) ‘Ghost writers: using biographical methods across languages’, in Prue Chamberlayne, Joanna Bornat and Ursula Apitzsch (eds), Biographical Methods and Professional Practice: An international perspective (Bristol: Policy Press)

(2002) with R. Edwards, ‘Interpreters/Translators and Cross Language Research: Reflexivity and Border Crossings’, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 1:2, Article 1. http://www.ualberta.ca/~ijqm/

(2001) ‘Migrant and Diaspora Writing’, in Margaretta Jolly (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Life Writing, Vol 2, pp. 601-602 (Fitzroy Dearborn)

(2001) ‘Polish families: a narrative approach’, Journal of Family Issues 22:3, pp. 386-399

(1999) ‘Terrible Times: Experience, Ethnicity and Auto/biography’, in Pauline Polkey (ed.), Women's Lives Into Print: The Theory, Practice And Writing of Feminist Auto/Biography (London:Blackwell), pp. 22-33

(1999) ‘Diaspora, diaspora space and Polish women’, Women's Studies International Forum 22:1, pp.17-24

(1999) ‘Translating the translators, interpreting the interpreters’, in Mark Banting, Jane Elliott, Min Dongchao, Debbie Oates and B. Temple (eds), Inside the Translation Machine (Manchester: Women’s Studies Centre, University of Manchester), pp. 48-55.

(1997) ‘Contested Categorisations: Auto/Biography, Narrativity and Class’, in Pat Mahony and Christine Zmroczek (eds.), Class Matters: Working-Class Women's Perspectives On Social Class (London: Taylor and Francis), pp. 78-86

(1996) ‘Time Travels: Oral Histories, Time And Identity Among British Poles’, Time & Society 5:1, pp. 85-96

(1995) ‘Gatherers Of Pig-Swill And Thinkers: Gender And Community Amongst British Poles’, Journal of Gender Studies 4, pp. 63-72

(1995) ‘Telling Tales: Accounts And Selves In The Journeys Of British Poles’, Oral History 23, pp. 60-64

(1994) ‘Constructing Polishness, Researching Polish Women's Lives: Feminist Auto/Biographical Accounts’, Women's Studies International Forum 17, pp. 47-55

(1994) ‘Polish Identity and Community’, Occasional Paper Number 38, Sociology Department, Manchester University

Agnieszka Trąbka

Trąbka A., Wojnicka K. (2017) ‘Self-positioning as a man in transnational contexts: Constructing and managing hybrid masculinity’, NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies vol. 12, no. 2, p. 144-158.       

Pustułka P., Trąbka A. (2017) ‘A Private Empowerment and Public Isolation:  Power in the Stories of Migrant 'Mother-Poles’, Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, Online First: doi.10.1080/1070289X.2017.1291190.

Trąbka A. (2016) ‘Bycie w ruchu jest dla mnie jak dom": pojęcie domu w narracjach migrantów wielokrotnych’, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 4, pp. 165-180.

Trąbka A. (2016) ‘Wybór, kontrola i refleksja: kategoria sprawstwa w badaniach migracyjnych’, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 3, pp. 81-102.

Trąbka A. (2015) ‘Experiences of Polish and American Third Culture Kids in comparative perspective’, in Saija Benjamin & Fred Dervin (eds.) Migration, Diversity and Education (Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan).

Trąbka A. (2014) ‘Tożsamość rekonstruowana. Znaczenie migracji w biografiach Third Culture Kids’ (Warsaw: Scholar).

Trąbka A. (2014). ‘Being Chameleon: The Influence of Multiple Migration in Childhood on Identity Construction’, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 3/2014, pp. 87-106.

Trąbka A. (2013). ‘Strategie tożsamościowe globalnych nomadów. Od wykorzenienia po różne formy zakorzeniania się’, Kultura i społeczeństwo, no 3/2013, pp. 61-84.

Paulina Trevena

(2017) Rebecca Kay & Paulina Trevena, '(In)Security, Family and Settlement: Migration Decisions Amongst Central and East European Families in Scotland', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, on-line first.

(2016) Ryan, Louise; Lopez Rodriguez, Magdalena & Trevena, Paulina, 'Opportunities and Challenges of Unplanned Follow-up Interviews: Experiences with Polish Migrants in London', Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 17(2), Art. 26. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1602266

(2015) Heath, S., McGhee, D., Trevena, P. 'Continuity Versus Innovation: Young Polish Migrants and Practices of ‘Doing Family’ in the Context of Achieving Independence in the UK’, Migration Studies – Polonia (Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny), No 3.

(2013) Trevena, P., McGhee, D. and Heath, S., ‘Location, Location? A Critical Examination of Patterns and Determinants of Internal Mobility Among Post-accession Polish Migrants in the UK’ Population, Space and Place. doi: 10.1002/psp.1788

(2013) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P., ‘Post-Accession Polish Migrants – their experiences of living in ‘low-demand’ social housing areas in Glasgow.’ Environment and Planning A 45: 329-343.

(2013) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P. , ‘Competing obligations and the maintenance of physical co-presence – the impact of migration and structural constraints on post accession Polish families in the UK.’ Families, Relationships & Society, DOI: 10.1332/204674313X664914.

(2012) McGhee, D., Heath, S., Trevena, P., ‘Dignity, happiness and being able to live a ‘normal life’ in the UK – an examination of post-accession Polish migrants’ autobiographical transnational fields’. Social Identities 18, 711-727.

(2011) Heath, S., McGhee, D. and Trevena, P. , 'Lost in transnationalism: unraveling the conceptualisation of families and personal life through a transnational gaze'. Sociological Research Online, November 2011

(2011) ‘A question of class? Polish graduates working in low-skilled jobs in London’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1

(forthcoming) “Why do highly educated migrants go for low-skilled jobs? A case study of Polish graduates working in London”, in B. Glorius, I. Grabowska-Lusinska and A. Rindoks (eds), Lost in Mobility Transition? (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press)

(2010) „Konstruowanie tożsamości jednostkowej przez wykształconych migrantów w sytuacji sprzeczności pomiędzy jaźnią subiektywną a odzwierciedloną”, in K. Konecki, K. and A. Kacperczyk (eds), Procesy Tożsamościowe. Symboliczno-interakcyjny wymiar konstruowania ładu i nieładu społecznego (Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego)

(2010) „Degradacja? Koncepcje socjologiczne, percepcja społeczna, a postrzeganie własnego położenia przez wykształconych migrantów pracujących za granicą poniżej kwalifikacji”, in H. Grzymała-Moszczyńska, A. Kwiatkowska and J. Roszak, J. (eds) Drogi i rozdroża. Migracje Polaków w Unii Europejskiej po 1 maja 2004 roku. Analiza psychologiczno-socjologiczna. Kraków: Nomos

(2010) with J. Napierała ‘Patterns and Determinants of Sub-Regional Migration: A Case Study of Polish Construction Workers in Norway’ in: R. Black, G. Engbersen, M. Okólski and C. Pantiru (eds.), EU Enlargement and Labour Migration within the EU (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press)

(2009) ‘”New” Polish migration to the UK: a synthesis of existing evidence’, Centre for Population Change Working Papers No 3/2009

(2009) „Magister na zmywaku”, Style i Charaktery, Nr 1(8)/2009, pp. 38-39

(2008) „Teorie i doktryny dotyczące integracji imigrantów. Doświadczenia tradycyjnych i nowych krajów imigracji”, in A. Grzymała-Kazłowska and S. Łodziński (eds), Problemy integracji imigrantów. Koncepcje, badania, polityki. (Warszawa: Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego)

(2008) „Degradacja czy poszukiwanie niezależności? Proces podejmowania decyzji migracyjnych przez wykształconych Polaków wykonujących pracę niewykwalifikowaną w Londynie”, in A. Śliz (ed), Społeczności lokalne: postawy migracyjne młodych Polaków (Opole: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Opolskiego)

(2008) with J. Napierała „Współczesne migracje do Norwegii w świetle najnowszych danych” in K. Markowski (ed) Migracja – wartość dodana? (Lublin: Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski)

(2007) with J.H. Frieberg, G. Tyldum, L. Eldring, J. Napierala (2007) ”Polonia i Oslo. En studie av arbeids- og levekår blant polakker i hovedstadsområdet”, in Polacy w Oslo. Studium warunków życia i pracy polskich migrantów zamieszkujących aglomerację, Fafo-rapport 2007:27 (Oslo: Fafo)

(2007) with L. Eldring, “Polsk byggenæring I bevegelse”  (’Polish construction on the move’), Fafo-report 2007:05 (Oslo: Fafo)

Eldring, L., Trevena. P. (2007). “Polish construction in the wake of EU enlargement.” CLR News, No 2/2007.

(2002)  ‘The Sources of Stereotypes: Germans, Russians and Jews in the Eyes of Young Poles,’ in S. Kapralski and V. P. Smith (eds).,  Democracies, Markets, Institutions: Global Tendencies in Local Contexts (Warsaw: Wydawnictwo IFiS)

Marta Trzebiatowska

(2010) ‘The Advent of the “EasyJet Priest”: Dilemmas of Polish Catholic Integration in the UK’, Sociology, 44, 6

 
 
Publications by Researchers U-Z

 

Dirk Uffelmann

(2018) 'Self-Proletarianization in Prose by Polish Migrants to Germany, Ireland and the UK in the 21st Century', Teksty drugie (English edition) 1, pp. 187–207.

(2016) 'Autoproletaryzacja w prozie Polaków migrujących do Niemiec, Irlandii i Wielkiej Brytanii w XXI wieku' [Self-Proletarianization in Prose by Polish Migrants to Germany, Ireland and the UK in the 21st Century], transl. Mikołaj Deckert. Teksty drugie 3, pp. 229–250. DOI: 10.18318/td.2016.3.13

(2013) 'Wrong Sex and the City: Polish Work Migration and Subaltern Masculinity', in Polish Literature in Transformation. Ed. Ursula Phillips, with the assistance of Knut Andreas Grimstad and Kris Van Heuckelom. Munster: LIT-Verlag 2013, pp. 69–91.

(2011) with Joanna Rostek, ‘Introduction’, in Joanna Rostek & Dirk Uffelmann (eds.) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang), pp. 7-26.

(2011) '”Self-Orientalisation” in Narratives by Polish Migrants to Germany (by Contrast to Ireland and the UK)’,in Joanna Rostek & Dirk Uffelmann (eds.) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture and Literature in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang), pp. 103-132.

(2011) with Joanna Rostek (eds) Contemporary Polish Migrant Culture in Germany, Ireland, and the UK (Frankfurt: Peter Lang)

(2010) ‘Autoidentyfikacja ze Wschodem w narracjach polskich migrantów’, transl. by Zuzanna Ossowska, Rocznik Komparatystyczny 1, pp. 253–277.

(2010) with Joanna Rostek, ‘Can the Polish Migrant Speak? The Representation of “Subaltern” Polish Migrants in Film, Literature and Music from Britain and Poland’, in Sissy Helff, Barbara Korte & Eva Ulrike Pirker, eds., Facing the East in the West. Images of Eastern Europe in British Literature, Film and Culture (Amsterdam - New York: Rodopi), pp.311-34

(2009) "Paradoxe der jüngsten nichtslavischen Literatur slavischer Migranten", in Helena Ulbrechtová & Siegfried Ulbrecht (eds.) Die Ost-West-Problematik in den europäischen Kulturen und Literaturen. Ausgewählte Aspekte. Problematika Východ – Západ v evropských kulturách a literaturách. Vybrané aspekty (= Práce Slovanského ústavu. Nová řada 25) (Dresden: Neisse Verlag), pp. 601–630.

(2009) "'Selbstorientalisierung' in Narrativen polnischer Migranten", in Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie 66:1, pp. 153‑180.

(2006) "Wątek żydowski w literaturze polskiej wobec niemieckiego adresata", transl. into Polish by Wojciech Osinski, in Mieczysław Dąbrowski and Lina Molisak (eds.), Pisarze polsko-żydowscy XX wieku. Przybliżenia (Warszawa: Elipsa), pp. 454–473.

(2003) "Fremd sind wir eingezogen. Und gehören jetzt dazu: Geschichten von deutschen Einwanderern", in Der Tagesspiegel 20.07.2003, p. 28.

(2003) "Konzilianz und Asianismus. Paradoxe Strategien der jüngsten deutschen Literatur slavischer Migranten", in Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie 63:2, pp. 277–309.

Micheline van Riemsdijk

(2013) ‘Everyday geopolitics, the valuation of labour and the socio-political hierarchies of skill: Polish nurses in Norway’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (3), 373-390.

(2013) ‘Obstacles to the free movement of professionals: Mutual recognition of professional qualifications in the European Union’, European Journal of Migration and Law 15 (1), 47-68.

(2010). ‘Neoliberal reforms in elder care in Norway: Roles of the state, Norwegian employers, and Polish nurses’, Geoforum 41 (6), 930-939.

(2010) ‘Variegated privileges of whiteness: Lived experiences of Polish nurses in Norway’, Social and Cultural Geography 11 (2), 117-137.

(2013) ‘Politics of free movement in the European Union: Recognition and transfer of professional qualifications’. In Willem Maas (ed.) Democratic Citizenship and the Free Movement of People. Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 115-142.

(2006) ‘Rekruttering av polske sykepleiere til Norge. Erfaringer og virkninger’ [The recruitment of Polish nurses to Norway. Experiences and consequences]. Institute for Labor and Social Research (FAFO), Oslo, Norway. http://www.fafo.no/pub/rapp/10017/10017.pdf.

Louise Waite

(2008) with Joanne Cook and Peter Dwyer, New Migrant Communities in Leeds: a Research Report Commissioned by Leeds City Council (University of Leeds, Leeds City Council and Nottingham Trent University)

Bartłomiej Walczak

(2014) Dziecko, rodzina i szkoła, wobec migracji rodzicielskich: 10 lat po akcesji do Unii Europejskiej. Ogólnopolskie badanie realizowane na zlecenie Rzecznika Praw Dziecka przez Pedagogium WSNS. (Warsaw: Pedagogium WSNS)

English summary

(2009) ‘Dziecko w sytuacji rozłąki migracyjnej, in M. Duszczyk and M. Lesinska (eds.,) Współczesne migracje: dylematy Europy i Polski. Publikacja z okazji 15-lecia Osrodka Badan nad Migracjami UW OBM UW, Warszawa.

(2009) ‘Migracje rodzicielskie’, in E. Kozdrowicz and B. Walczak (ed.), Szkoła wobec mobilności zawodowej rodziców i opiekunów. Niezbednik nauczyciela CMPPP, MEN, Warszawa.

(2008) ‘Szkoła i uczeń wobec migracji poakcesyjnej’, "Biuletyn Migracyjny", Osrodek Badań nad Migracjami UW, nr 17, marzec-kwiecień.

(2008) with E. Kozdrowicz, ‘Wychowawcze i edukacyjne konsekwencje "euromigracji" rodziców i opiekunów, Problemy Opiekunczo-Wychowawcze, nr 5 (470).

(2008) ‘Postawy wychowawcze rodziców-migrantów w percepcji dzieci’, Pedagogika Społeczna, nr 3 (29).

(2008) ‘Euromigracje rodziców i opiekunów uczniów: skala zjawiska oraz jego wychowawcze i edukacyjne implikacje’, Pedagogika Społeczna, nr 3 (29).

Conference papers

‘School, family and EU-migrations: some sociological and educational implications.’ "Remaining Ireland", Limerick, Ireland

‘Economical, class and gender inequalities in parental migration’, "Inequalities and Migration in post-communist societies", PTS, ISA, IZ, Poznan.

Claire Wallace

(2001) with Dariusz Stola (eds), Patterns of Migration in Central Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
 

Anne White

(2019) 'Ściągnąć', Global Informality Project wiki, UCL.

(2019) White, A. and Goodwin, K. Invisible Poles: a Book of Interview Extracts (UCL Discovery: DOI 10.14324/000.bk.10070108)

(2018) ‘Sending and receiving country perspectives on family migration’ in M. Ślusarczyk, P. Pustułka and J. Struzik, Contemporary Migrant Families: Actors and Issues (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars), pp. 96-116.

(2018) White, A., I. Grabowska, P. Kaczmarczyk and K. Slany (2018) The Impact of Migration on Poland: EU Mobility and Social Change (London: UCL Press) Open access pdf.

(2017) Polish Families and Migration Since EU Accession (2nd edition) (Bristol: Policy Press)

(2016) 'An Inside-Out Approach to Social Remittances: Linking Migration and Social Change in Poland', in M. Nowicka and V. Šerbedžija (eds.), Migration and Social Remittances in a Global Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

(2016) Polish Circular Migration and Marginality: A Livelihood Strategy Approach, Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1, pp. 151-64.

(2016) 'Social Remittances and Migration (Sub)-Cultures in Contemporary Poland', Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 5:2, pp. 63-80.

(2016) 'Polish migration to the UK compared with migration elsewhere in Europe: a review of the literature', Social Identities, 22:1, pp. 10-25.

(2016) 'Informal practices, unemployment and migration in small-town Poland', East European Politics and Societies and Cultures, 30:2, pp. 404-22.

(2014) 'Double return migration: failed returns to Poland leading to settlement abroad and new transnational strategies', International Migration 52:6, pp. 72-84.

(2014) ‘Polish Return and Double Return Migration’, Europe-Asia Studies, 66:1, pp. 25-49.

(2013) ‘Postkommunisticheskie tendentsii v trudovoi migratsii. Rossiya i Pol'sha: opyt sravnitel'nogo analiza’, Park Belinskogo, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 34-52.

(2011) 'Polish Migration in the UK - local experiences and effects' AHRC Connected Communities symposium: 'Understanding Local Experiences and Effects of New Migration', 26 September 2011, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield. 

(2011) ‘Polish families in England: decisions about stay and return’, in Alison Stenning and Aneta Slowik (eds.) Post-Accession Migration in Europe: a Polish Case Study (Kraków: Impuls), pp. 15-38.

(2011) ‘The mobility of Polish families in the West of England: translocalism and attitudes to return’, Studia Migracyjne-Przegląd Polonijny, no. 1, pp. 11-32.

(2011) Polish Families and Migration since EU Accession (Bristol: The Policy Press).

(2010) 'Migracja z dziećmi do Anglii jako strategia życiowa polskich kobiet' in M. Kindler and J. Napierała (eds.), Migracje kobiet. Przypadek Polski (Warsaw: Scholar) http://scholar.com.pl/sklep.php?md=products&id_p=1871

(2010) ‘Young people and migration from contemporary Poland’, Journal of Youth Studies. 13:5, pp. 565-80

(2009) ‘Family migration from small-town Poland: a livelihood strategy approach’ in K. Burrell (ed.), Polish Migration to the UK in the New European Union: After 2004 (Aldershot: Ashgate)

(2009) ‘Post-2004 migration from Polish small towns to Western Europe.’   British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Conference, 30 March 2009, Cambridge, UK             

(2008) with Louise Ryan, ‘Polish 'temporary' migration: The formation and significance of social networks.Europe-Asia Studies, 60:7, pp. 1467-1502

James Wickham

Publications from Migrant Careers and Aspirations project

(2013) Torben Krings, Elaine Moriarty, James Wickham, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska, New mobilities in Europe: Polish migration to Ireland post-2004 (Manchester University Press)


(2012) ‘Polish migration to Ireland: “Free movers” in the new European mobility space’, (Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Elaine Moriarty, Justyna Salamońska and James Wickham). Accepted for publication in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.


(2011)‘“Taking on almost everyone?” Migrant and Employer Recruitment Strategies in a Booming Labour Market’ (Elaine Moriarty, Alicja Bobek, Justyna Salamońska, Torben Krings and James Wickham). Forthcoming in International Journal of Human Resource Management. Published on line at https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09585192.2011.610338


(2011) ‘From Boom to Bust: Migrant Labour and Employers in the Irish Construction Sector’ (Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Elaine Moriarty, Justyna Salamońska and James Wickham) Economic and Industrial Democracy vol 32 no. 3: 459-476.


(2009) ‘Migration and Recession: Polish Migrants in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland’ (Torben Krings, Alicja Bobek, Elaine Moriarty, Justyna Salamońska and James Wickham) Sociological Research Online 14.2/3
http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/2/9.html


(2009) ‘Working in the gold rush: Polish migrants’ careers and the Irish hospitality sector’ (James Wickham. Elaine Moriarty, Alicja Bobek and Justyna Salamońska) in Maeve Holohan and Sharon Bolton (eds.), Work Matters: Critical Reflections on Contemporary Work. London: Palgrave, 2009, pp. 81-96.

 

Sara Young

(2019) ‘"I want to stay here forever": Narratives of resistance amongst Polish-born adolescents in the UK.' Studia Migracyjne – Przegląd Polonijny (Migration Studies – Review of Polish Diaspora) 1(171), 109-130. DOI: 10.4467/25444972SMPP.19.005.10255

(2018) ‘"The teachers were just annoyed because I couldn’t say anything": English language experiences of Polish migrants in UK schools.' Educate 18(1), 13-20. DOI: 10.1080/15348450802237954

(2018) ‘Experiences of Polish-born adolescents in Britain in the run-up to Brexit’, in M. Fleming (ed.), Brexit and Polonia: Challenges facing the Polish Community during the process of Britain leaving the European Union, pp.63-82 (London: PUNO Press, open access pdf)

(2017) ‘Will they stay or must they go? The children of EU migrants face an uncertain future’ (LSE BrexitBlog)