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Dr. Noa Milman

Fellow Abteilung Konsens und Konflikt

E-Mail: milman@dezim-institut.de

Noa Milman joined DeZIM from the University of Copenhagen, where she was a Marie Curie researcher at the Department of Sociology. Noa held previous positions at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and at Mount Holyoke College as visiting assistant professor of Sociology.

Her international comparative research focuses on immigration, political participation and the welfare state, with case studies in Denmark, Germany, Israel and the US. At DeZIM Noa works on the monitoring project violence protection in accommodation centers for refugees.

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • ‘We need the money’: how welfare anxiety justifies penal and social reforms in immigration debate Milman,Noa (2022): ‘We need the money’: how welfare anxiety justifies penal and social reforms in immigration debate. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 10.1080/1369183X.2022.2124403.
  • Visual Analysis and the Study of Political Participation Milman,Noa;Doerr,Nicole (2022): Visual Analysis and the Study of Political Participation. In: Grasso,Maria; Giugni, Mario (Hg.): The Oxford Handbook of Political Participation. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198861126.013.17.
  • Black Lives Matter in Europe Milman,Noa;Ajayi,Folashade;della Porta,Donatella;Doerr,Nicole;Kocyba,Piotr;Lavizzari,Anna;Reiter,Herbert;Płucienniczak,Piotr;Sommer,Moritz;Steinhilper,Elias;Zajak,Sabrina (2021): Black Lives Matter in Europe: Transnational Diffusion, Local Translation and Resonance of Anti-Racist Protest in Germany, Italy, Denmark and Poland. DeZIM Research Notes, Berlin: Deutsches Zentrum für Integrations- und Migrationsforschung (DeZIM).
  • Mothers, Mizrahi and Poor: Contentious Media Framings of Mothers’ Movements Milman,Noa (2014): Mothers, Mizrahi and Poor: Contentious Media Framings of Mothers’ Movements. In: Woehrle, Lynne M. (Hg.): Intersectionality and Social Change. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, Volume 37. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, 53-82 (Recipient of the Outstanding Author Contribution Award (RSMCC)). 10.1108/S0163-786X20140000037002.