Prof.dr. Maurice Crul



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+31 20 59 83170
2a-73
m.r.j.crul@vu.nl
faculteit der sociale wetenschappen ( afdeling sociologie )
Professor

presence

Tuesday and Wednesday  

specialization

  • Migration and  Ethnic Studies
  • Diversity and (Higher) Education
  • International comparative research on the second generation in Europe and the US

research 

Maurice Crul is the coordinator of the ELITES: Pathways to Success project. The Pathways to Success project analyses the position of successful second generation youth of Turkish and Moroccan descent in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The international ELITES project studies the most successful group in society: those already holding an elite position. It compares members of this group in Sweden, Germany, France and The Netherlands. He is particularly interested in those who by family origin were not yet part of the elite, either because of their working class background or because their parents were immigrants. The project will document their pathways to success and learn about how they influence and reshape today’s society.

ELITES: Pathways to Success project: https://www.elitesproject.eu/

Super-diversity. A new perspective on integration is available at  VU Uitgeverij 

Maurice Crul participates in the Talma Institute: 
http://www.talma.vu.nl/nl/thema-expertise/onderwijs/deelnemers/index.asp

 

publications 

Publications (Source: METIS VU)


Recent publications:

Crul, M, J. Schneider & F. Lelie (2013) Super-diversity. A new perspective on Integration. Amsterdam: VU University Press 

Crul, M.R.J. & Mollenkopf, J. (Eds.). (2012). The Changing Face of World Cities. Young Adult Children of Immigrants in Europe and the United States. New York: Russell Sage. 

Crul, M.R.J., Schneider, J. & Lelie, F. (Eds.). (2012). The European Second Generation Compared. Does the Integration Context Matter? (IMISCOE Research). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 

Schneider, J. & Crul, M.R.J. (Eds.). (2012). Theorising Integration and Assimilation (Ethnic and Racial Studies). London: Routledge.