- The Creole Social and Cultural Studies Programmeat the University of Warwick, carried out by Robin Cohen and Paola Toninato, investigates the scientific social value of the concept of creolisation and akin concepts, such as hybridity, metissage, and syncretism. Further information could be fiund on the project website.Creole Social and Cultural Programme.
- The International Migration Institute (IMI), at the Oxford University, is committed to developing a long-term and forward-looking perspective on international migration processes, considering migration as part of broader processes of global change and development.International Migration Institute (IMI)
- The Transnational Communities Programme, finished in 2003 and carried out by the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology (ISCA) at the Oxford University, has been developed to look into the human dimensions of globalisation and aspects of emerging transnationalism. It has involved various English Universities and 19 different projects. Although now terminated, the project website still hosts the results making available a big amount of articles, interventions, and working papers.Transnational Communities Programme.
Diaspora: A Journal of Transnational Studies, University of Toronto.
Global Networks. A Journal of Transnational affairs, Blackwell Publishing.
Etudes Créoles. Culture, langue, société, l’Harmattan.
A bibliography of the most important works on the themes addressed by the project, mostly on creolisation and performance.