Other Events by BelMix



22 Decembre 2022 – Demi-journée d’étude “Émotions en movement : Repenser la mixité conjugale dans les espaces sociaux euro-asiatique” by BelMix research team
9 December 2022 – Public lecture “The role of cultural factors in processes of adaptation of immigrants in Poland” by Prof. Marcelina Zuber, University of Wrocław (Poland)
25 November 2022 – Book discussion “Understanding migration and mobilities through a lens of tangleness” with Prof. Noel B. Salazar & Prof. Adrian Favell
31 May 2022 – Workshop “Situated mixedness: Understanding intimate diversity in contemporary Belgium” by BelMix Research Team, Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
25 April 2022 – Public lecture “La migration chinoise en France face à la pandémie de Covid-19 : stigmatisation, solidarités et au-delà”  by Simeng Wang, CNRS research fellow (France) and  EASt/MSH visiting professor
21 March 2022 – Postgraduate Workshop MITRA “Migration research methods in the time of COVID-19 pandemic: Challenges and strategies”, Master Mitra, co-organised by Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot, ULB (Belgium)


28 May 2021– “Transnational marriages and migration between Thailand and the West: gender, care and global inequality” by Sirijit Sunanta at the Seminar of Anthropology II (Module 1. “Intermarriages, ‘mixed’ families and migration”) class of Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot
19 May 2021 – Presentation of the Special Issue Asian and Pacific Migration Journal (2021) on “Asia-Europe intimate links: family migrants, binational couples and mixed-parentage children” edited by Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot and Simeng Wang
13 May 2021 – “The Globalization of Thai Cuisine: migration, tourism and gastrodiplomacy” by Dr. Sirijit Sunanta – EASt/MSH Visiting Professor, Mahidol University (Thailand)
6 May 2021 – International workshop “Europe-Thailand transnational migration: intimacy, sexuality and gender” organized by Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot with ULB (Belgium), UCLouvain (Belgium) and Mahidol University (Thailand)
18 March 2021 – “Changing patterns of Chinese migration to Portugal: from economic migrants to Golden Visa citizens”, Public Lecture by Dr. Sofia Gaspar at (EASt/MSH invited professor), ULB
5 March 2021 – “Divorce in mixed couples in Portugal: the case of Portuguese-Brazilian and Portuguese-Cape Verdean couples by Dr. Sofia Gaspar at the Seminar of Anthropology II (Module 1. “Intermarriages, ‘mixed’ families and migration”) class of Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot


18-19 December 2018 – International workshop “Intimacy, sexuality and family in the process of migration: European/Asian experiences compared” organized by Asuncion Fresnoza-Flot