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Samaneh Khaef

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Works at Department of Human Geography
Telephone 08-16 48 89
Email samaneh.khaef@humangeo.su.se
Visiting address Svante Arrhenius väg 8
Room X 340
Postal address Kulturgeografiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

About me

 

My academic experience started with a Bachelor’s Degree in urban studies at the University of Tehran, continued with Master Degree in urban and regional planning at the University of Tehran and landed in the second master in spatial planning with GIS application at ITC in the Netherlands. My peculiar educational journey through different scales and contexts helped my understanding of cities in global contexts.

Speaking of increasing migration flow all around the world and also my main activities in related migration projects and studies, I chose migration trajectory as the main focus of my Ph.D.

Indeed I would like to see how social mobility in term of education have spatial translation and what can we say about different immigrant educational trajectory.

I am a member of the research profile Population Geography, Migration, and GIS at the  Department of Human geography.  I am also student affiliated of the SPaDE collaboration working on Social Policy and Family Dynamics in Europe.

Research interests:

Migration, residential mobility, social mobility, segregation, ethnic segregation, educational inequality, school segregation, contextual effects, educational trajectory 

Publications:

1- Samaneh Khaef, Esfandiar Zebardast, 2016, Assessing Quality of Life Dimensions in Deteriorated Inner Areas: A case from Javadieh Neighborhood in Tehran Metropolis,SocIndic Res (2016) 127:761–775, DOI 10.1007/s11205-015-0986-6

2-Khaef, S., the relationship between immigrants location in Italian cities and schools, European Commission, 2017, JRC110187.

Teaching

Current teaching responsibilities at the Department of Human Geography in the courses ‘Swedish Geography’ and  ‘Essay In Swedish Geography’ 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: April 2, 2019

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