Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies, University of Osnabrück
Levels of education
Geographical scope of expertise
Access to high quality education for all
Content of education and training curricula, development of key competences
Vulnerable groups in education and training, ensuring inclusion and non-discrimination
Education and migration
Monitoring for equity and quality in education and training
Active citizenship and identity in education
Innovation and equity in education
Crul, M., Lelie, F., Keskiner, E., Schneider, J, Biner, Ö. (2019). ‘Lost in Transit. Education for Refugee Children in Sweden, Germany, and Turkey’, in Suárez-Orozco, M. (eds.) Humanitarianism and Mass Migration: Confronting the World Crisis, Oakland: University of California Press.
Schneider, J., Crul M., Keskiner, E. and Lelie F. (2017). ‘The multiplier effect: How the accumulation of cultural and social capital explains steep upward social mobility of children of low-educated immigrants’, in: Ethnic and Racial Studies Vol. 40(2).
Schneider, J. and Schmidt C. (2016). ‘Introduction: Lessons to be Learned from the International Comparison’, in Schmidt, C. and Schneider, J. (eds.), Diversifying the teaching force in transnational contexts. Critical perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Schneider, J and Lang C. (2016). ‘Barriers and opportunities: Trajectories of teachers with Turkish background and the institutional context in Germany’, in C. Schmidt and J. Schneider (eds.) Diversifying the teaching force in transnational contexts. Critical perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Mannitz, S. and Schneider, J. (2014). ‘Vom „Ausländer” zum „Migrationshintergrund”: Die Modernisierung des deutschen Integrationsdiskurses und seine neuen Verwerfungen’ [From “foreigner” to “migration background”: The modernisation of the German discourse on integration and its new distortions], in Nieswand, B. and Drotbohm, H. (eds.) Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration. Die reflexive Wende in der Migrationsforschung. Heidelberg: Springer VS.
Crul, M., Lelie, F. and Schneider, J. (2013). Super-diversity: A New Perspective on Integration. Amsterdam: VU University Press.
Crul, M., Lelie, F. and Schneider, J. (2012). The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter? Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Chavez, L., De Scipio, L., Schneider, J. and Waters, M. (2012). ‘Belonging’, in Crul, M. and Mollenkopf, J. (eds.) The Changing Face of World Cities: The second generation in Europe and the United States. New York, Amsterdam: Russell Sage and Amsterdam University Press.
Fokkema, T., Matias, R., Schneider, J., Stojčić, S., Ugrina, D. and Vera-Larrucea, C. (2012). ‘Identities. Urban belonging and intercultural relations’, in Crul, M., Schneider, J. and Lelie, F. (eds.) The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter?Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 285-340.
Brown, S., Schneider, J. and Tran, V.C. (2012). ‘Neighborhoods and Perceptions of Disorder’, in Crul, M. and Mollenkopf, J. (eds.) The Changing Face of World Cities: The second generation in Europe and the United States. New York, Amsterdam: Russell Sage and Amsterdam University Press.