Oxford Symposium on Population, Migration, and the Environment
Oxford Symposium on Population, Migration, and the Environment 


Papers will normally be presented in a general session dependent upon the breadth and nature of the topic under consideration.


The Symposium will have an enrollment of persons who have submitted approved research abstracts. Others who do not wish to present papers may attend to observe and/or serve on panels.


Papers presented at the Symposium must adhere to previously approved abstracts. Researchers who present papers are allocated approximately twenty (20) minutes to explain the salient points of their study. A ten-minute question and answer session follows immediately after each presentation. Presenters may use PowerPoint.


The Symposium’s interest in the dissemination of research may be substantially enhanced by the attendance of persons who are not directly engaged in research, but may hold professional or governmental positions that provide opportunities for the implementation of research findings. Too, other researchers, who are not presenting papers at this session, may benefit by informing their own future research endeavours and designs.

The programme will be available shortly after the abstract submission deadline (10 July 2018)

Example programmes from previous meetings

December 2017 Symposium Programme - St Hugh's College, Oxford


March 2017 Symposium Programme - St Hugh's College, Oxford

Programme March 2017
OSPME Program March 2017.FINAL.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [534.8 KB]

December 2016 Symposium Programme – St Cross College, Oxford

Programme December 2016
PME December 2016.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [250.4 KB]
Abstract Proceedings December 2016
PME Abstract Proceedings December 2016.p[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [688.6 KB]

August 2016 Symposium Programme – Rothermere American Institute, Oxford


March 2016 Symposium Programme – Wadham College, Oxford


Partial list of Past Participants

August 2017

David Coleman, Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford, and Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford

Patrice Derrington, Associate Professor, Columbia University, US

Sylvia Okonkwo, Associate Professor, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Nigeria

Humera Farah, Associate Professor, Bahria University, Pakistan

Liudmila Bukalerova, Professor, RUDN University, Russia

Rajnish Saryal, Assistant Professor, Panjab University, India

Sutapa Saryal, Assistant Professor, DAV College, India

Rajdip Bhadra Chaudhuri, Assistant Professor, KIIT Univeristy, India

Barbara Harrell-Bond, OBE, Emerita Professor and Associate, Founder and former Director of the Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford University, UK

Clark Wolf, Professor, Iowa State University, US

Joaquin Naval, Visiting Professor, University of Girona, Spain

Jay Squalli, Professor, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Marina Kunovski, Associate Professor, RUDN University, Russia Federation


August 2016

Ashlynn Stillwell, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, US

Kathleen Tobin, Associate Professor, Purdue University Northwest, US

Li Ling, Professor, Sun Yatsen University, China

Deborah Black, Professor, The University of Sydney, Australia

Roger Martin, President, Population Matter, UK

Chengyu Yang, Professor, Beijing Normal University, China

Stefan Markowski, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia and University of Warsaw, Poland

Trevor Davies, Emeritus Fellow, University of Reading, UK

Robert Rowthorn, Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, and Emeritus Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge, UK

Kerstin Roeder, Professor, University of Augsburg, Germany

Yuhong Zhao, Associate Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China

Salvatore Villani, Assistant Professor, University of Naples Federico Il, Italy

Mary Crea-Arsenio, Research Associate, McMaster University, Canada

Andrea Baumann, Associate Vice-President of Global Health, McMaster University, Canada

Paul Kanti Bimal, Professor, Kansas State University, US

Clarissa Marques, Professor, University of Pernambuco, Brazil

Henry Carey, Associate Professor, Georgia State University, US

Bettina Boschen, Researcher, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Christina von Haaren, Professor, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Ubaldus de Vries, Lecturer, Utrecht University, Netherlands

T.J. Lah, Associate Professor, Yonsei University, Korea

Ir. Sander ven den Burg, Researcher, Social Economic Research Institute at Wageningen University, Netherlands

Chung-young Chang, Professor, Fo Guang University, Taiwan

Kathryn R. Merlino, Assistant Professor, University of Washington, US

Michael Hamm, Professor, Michigan State University, US

Cabangile N Ngwane, Lecturer, Durban University of Technology, South Africa


June 2013

James Van Nostrand, Associate Professor, West Virginia University, US

Lawal Marafa, Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

Kim Jones, Professor, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, US

Caroline Perks, Climate Change Coordinator, Western Australian Local Government Association, Australia

Wesley Burnett, Assistant Professor, West Virginia University, US

Boo Cheong Khoo, Professor, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Peter Taylor, Professor, University of Venda, South Africa

Ralph Wurbs, Professor, Texas A&M University, US

Joshua Fershee, Associate Professor, West Virginia University, US

Christian Lystbaek, Assistant Professor, Aarhus University, Denmark

Susan Hall, Lecturer, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

David Holdsworth, Associate Professor, Trent University, Canada

Jemimah Mbakwem, Associate Professor, Imo State University, Nigeria




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