1. Introduction: movement, space, belonging and being. The tradition and the new: identity, migrations and mobility.
2. Migrations: main theoretical approaches; migration law and its evolution in history; the contemporary migration regime; migration crises in the contemporary world and the tension between human rights and the sovereign state
3. Mobilities: the making of a “new” social science paradigm; The broad variety of forms and relations: types of mobility; mobility and gender, mobile work and mobility justice.
4. The intercross with identities: lifestyles, life choices and changes.
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