Functions

Tamara Kerschbaumer is since 2021 Research Assistant at the Department of Migration and Globalisation.

  • Research Assistant

About the person

Tamara Kerschbaumer is currently working as a research assistant on the SPRING and Whole-COMM projects at the Department of Migration and Globalization, where she is simultaneously pursuing a Master's in Continuing Education in Migration and Integration Management. After graduating with a degree in Slavonic Slovenian Studies from the University of Vienna, she gained professional experience as a researcher in language education in the context of migration.

Her specific research interests include:

  • Language acquisition in the context of migration
  • Language policy
  • Recognition of degrees

Projects (Extract Research Database)

Publications (Extract Research Database)

Pisarevskaya, A.; Kraler, A.; Webb, A.; Grujic, M.,; Kilic, H.; Kerschbaumer, T.; Palinkas, M.; Scholten, P.; Skrivanek, I.; Zentner, M. (2022). The integration of refugees and other recent migrants: A review of research on integration policy practices in the EU. Zenodo, Krems

Pisarevskaya, A.; Kraler, A.; Webb, A.; Grujic, M.,; Kilic, H.; Kerschbaumer, T.; Palinkas, M.; Skrivanek, I.; Zentner, M. (2022). Integration of newly arrived migrants in Europe. SPRING Handbook for practitioners. Zenodo, Krems

Skrivanek, I.; Kerschbaumer, I.; Kilic, H.; Kraler, A. (2022). Immigrant integration in small and mediumsized towns and rural areas: local policies and policymaking relations in Austria. Country Reports on multilevel dynamics. Collegio Carlo Alberto

Skrivanek, I.; Kerschbaumer, T.; Kilic, H.; Kraler, A. (2022). Post-2014 migrants' access to housing, employment and other crucial resources in small- and medium-sized towns and rural areas in Austria. Country Reports on integration. Collegio Carlo Alberto

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