In October 2019, we hosted scholars from across disciplines to discuss
cutting-edge techniques for using large text corpora to understand how issues of migration and immigration are discussed in the political, media, and public spheres.

Researchers in sociology, mathematics, complexity science, economics, digital humanities, and statistics from several countries contributed to this fruitful and inspiring event. We thank you all for sharing your work!

Simon Lindgren & Mathilda Åkerlund (DIGSUM, Umeå University)
David Garcia (Complexity Science Hub Vienna)
Chris Bail (Polarization Lab & Duke University Department of Sociology)
Salla Simola (Aalto University School of Business)
Eckehard Olbrich & Sven Banisch (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences)
Alexander Terenin (Imperial College London)
Lindahl & Stian Rødven Eide (Språkbanken, University of Gothenburg)
Dustin Stoltz (Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame)
Andrea Voyer (Department of Sociology, Stockholm University)
Raphael Heiberger (Department of Social Sciences, Stuttgart University)
Lukas Erhard (Department of Social Sciences, Bergische Universität Wuppertal)

We thank our funders, Vetenskapsrådet and Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for making this event possible.