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Book presentation by our Alumna Sarah Nash “Negotiating Migration in the Context of Climate Change”

13.11.2019

SICSS is happy to announce a book presentation by our Alumna Sarah Nash, who recently received a Marie Curie fellowship and who is currently working at the BoKu (Univ. für Bodenkultur), Vienna! Sarah will present her book “Negotiating Migration in the Context of Climate Change” on Wednesday, November 13., 2019 at 3:30 pm here in the SICSS Office Grindelberg 5, Room 1012.

Negotiating Migration in the Context of Climate Change
International Policy and Discourse
by Dr. Sarah Louise Nash
Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien
Wednesday, November 13, at 15:30
Grindelberg 5 (SICSS-Office), Room 1012


Programme
15:30 Opening by Prof. Dr. Jürgen Scheffran (Universität Hamburg, CLICSS)
15:45 - 16:30 Book presentation by Dr. Sarah Louise Nash (incl. Q&A session)
16:30 onwards Reception
About the Book
As migration becomes an increasingly salient concern of global politics, so do the interactions
between migration and other global phenomena, particularly those that are predicted to contribute
to an upward trajectory in numbers of people on the move.
Assessing migration in the context of climate change, Nash draws on empirical research to offer a
unique analysis of policy-making in the field. This detailed account is a vital step in understanding the
links between global discourses on human mobilities, climate change and specific policy responses.
An important contribution to several ongoing debates in academia and beyond.
More information: bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/negotiating-migration-in-the-context-ofclimate-
change


About the Author
Now a postdoctoral researcher in the Institute of Forest, Environment, and Natural Resource Policy at
the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, Sarah Louise Nash is a former SICSS
student having completed her PhD in political science at the University of Hamburg. Her work is
concerned with the politics and policy of climate change, with a particular focus on the issue complex
of climate change and migration.