On Tuesday, March 1, the Asia Policy Program and the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies will host Dr. Martina Bofulin, Research Fellow at the Slovenian Migration Institute, for an event on “Migration from People’s Republic of China to Slovenia: From Restaurants to Acquisitions?” at 3:00-4:30 PM in BUR 214.
Martina Bofulin, a geographer and sinologist, received PhD in Ethnic Studies at the Faculty of Social Studies, University of Ljubljana. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Anthropology and Ethnology of Faculty of Arts, University of Belgrade, and at the Global Collaboration Center of Osaka University. She has joined Slovenian Migration Institute in 2014, where her fields of interest include various aspects of mobility and migration between the People’s Republic of China and Europe, issues of migrants’ inclusion and integration in Slovenia, implementation of intercultural mediation in the health sector and the nexus between migration and heritage-making. She is an editor of the online bulletin Heriscope and a member of various professional associations (SIEF, IUAES, Japanese Society for the Research on Overseas Chinese, China-Europe Research Platform On Chinese Migration to and beyond Europe).