Background and activities

Marianne Garvik works as Associate Professor at the Department of Social work (ISA) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), in Trondheim, Norway. She is a member of the research group for migration and welfare studies at NTNU-ISA.  

Garvik did her graduate work as a part of the Nordic Centre of Excellence: Reassessing the Nordic Welfare Model and received her Ph.D. in social work at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Garvik has been involved in several research projects related to migration, inclusion/exclusion, reception and integration of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees. Her research interests are migration policy and migration governance, welfare regimes and the EU as well as labour market inclusion and managing irregularity. Currently her research focus on the Mediterranean region.   

Garvik coordinates the Global Migration and Ethnic Relation course as a part of the NTNU Globalisation and Sustainability Program. Her teaching is also connected to Policy, Welfare and Inequality courses as well as Global Ethics and Human rights at the Department of Social work (ISA), NTNU.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

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  • Berg, Berit; Garvik, Marianne. (2008) Fra ekstase til fremtid. 2008.
  • Berg, Berit; Molden, Thomas Hugaas; Garvik, Marianne. (2008) Hvordan går det nå? Analyse av flytteprosess og nyetablering av leietakere fra hybelhusene i Anders Søyseths veg og Jarleveien. 2008. ISBN 978-82-7570-194-5.