Migration, Integration and the Importance of Religion in the Processes: The case of Norwegians in the United States and Pakistanis in Norway
3:00PM to 05:00pm
SDPI's Seminar Hall, 3rd Floor Taimur Chambers, 10-D (WEST), Fazl-ul-Haq Road, Blue Area, Islamabad.
This Monday, the SDPI is hosting a distinguish lecture of a Norwegian researcher and historian, Dr. Kari G. Hempel, who’s research primarily focuses on migration and religion from a transnational perspective. Dr. Kari G. Hempel is associate professor of Faculty of Arts and Education at University of Stavanger, Norway and her doctoral dissertation analyzed Norwegian emigration to the United States with focus on religion during the period of 1870 to 1920. In her current research project, she is studying Pakistanis’ 60 years of immigration to Norway, where she is analysing religion primarily in the context of integration.
Distinguish Lecture by:
- Kari G. Hempel, Ph.D. History, Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts and Education, University of Stavanger, Norway
- Dr. Kashif Majeed Salik, Research Fellow, SDPI
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