News & Events

Tesfalem Yemane, CERS PGR student, has organised a panel on  ‘decolonising epistemological and methodological perspectives in migration studies: Language, translation and transcription’. Date and time: 9 May 2022 (2-4pm UK time). Please register here if you would like to attend.    

CERS  is delighted to announce that the Critical Muslim Studies conference will take place on 23-25 September 2022. It will be an in-person event held at the University of Leeds and led by Professor S Sayyid (CERS). The conference theme of ‘ReOrienting the post-Western’ will be an opportunity to explore...

We are delighted to welcome Johanna Loock and Claudia Radiven, University of Leeds, to deliver the School Research Seminar. This seminar includes two papers which speak to the theme ‘Discourses of Citizenship: Islamophobia, Integration, and Belonging’. Paper 1: Reconstructing German Citizenship (Johanna Loock, University of Leeds) Abstract: In this presentation,...

Bethany Robertson (University of Leeds) Roxana Barbulescu (University of Leeds) and Carlos Vargas Silva (COMPAS, University of Oxford) have written a blog exploring the experiences of seasonal migrant farmworkers, as part of their UKRI project. Please read it here.

Demir has written a blog on the Muslim Diaspora and Ramadan, based on some arguments arising from her recent book Diaspora as Translation and Decolonisation (2022, MUP). Read her blog here.

Migrant workers in agriculture, sustainability and justice in Europe and UK International workshop co-organised by Cornell University and the University of Leeds Dr Roxana Barbulescu and Dr Johanna Schenner 15th of March 2022 11.00-16.00 GMT , 6.00-10.00 EST Zoom https://universityofleeds.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcOyprj4sHtSnHQuSS6zCTkeBhu__mlDh   Migrant workers make up a significant part of the...

Demir will give a talk on ‘We Don’t Want Diversity Managers, We Want Epistemic Justice’  at the York St John University Teacher Education Diversity and Inclusion Conference, organised in association with the Institute for Social Justice. Date: Mon, 20 June 2022 Time: 09:00 – 17:00 Place: Temple Hall, York St...