You are warmly invited to join a transatlantic conversation on ‘Immigrants rights and integration’ by Rainer Baubock (European University Institute), Sara Wallace Goodman (University of California Irvine), Hannah Alarian (University of Florida) and Dr Roxana Barbulescu (CERS, University of Leeds) When: Wednesday 31st of March 2021, 5pm UK time The...
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Dr Markéta Doležalová of the School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds presents a paper entitled: Roma in north England: Finding the ‘good life’ or living in uncertainty? Date: Wednesday 24th March Time: 12:00 – 13:30 (UK Time) Includes time for Q&A Abstract: The experience of Central European...
On 11 March 2021 Professor Adrian Favell will speak on ‘Decolonising ‘integration’? Beyond methodological nationalism in immigration politics and policy’. Find out more.
Decolonising Forced Migration seminar series continues. It is organised by PhD students, including two CERS PhD students, Tesfalem Yemane and Kheira Arrouche. Find out more: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pgr-led-seminar-series-decolonising-forced-migration-seminar-3-tickets-129477618041?aff=erelexpmlt.
Head of School Professor S. Sayyid presents this seminar as part of the Research Seminar series organised by the School of Sociology and Social Policy. ‘The Decolonial Imagination’ Wednesday 24 February 2021 12:00 – 13:30 Online: Join the Zoom Meeting (Meeting ID: 875 0774 6675 / Passcode: 392693) Abstract The...
Prof S. Sayyid will be speaking on 3 February 2021 at the ‘Unsettled Multiculturalisms - 2020 Transruptions in a time of Racist Calamities’ event at the Stephen Lawrence Research Centre. This is 20th celebration of the edited volume Unsettled Multiculturalism.
The ‘Leeds Race, Ethnicity and Decolonial Studies (READS) Research Network’ (READSNETWORKLEEDS@JISCMAIL.AC.UK) has been founded by Ipek Demir (CERS) with co-convenors Iyiola Solanke (School of Law) and Jason Allen-Paisant (Institute for Colonial and Postcolonial Studies).
Dr Abel Ugba will give an online talk, “Healing in the Diaspora: Untangling African Pentecostals’ Complex Ideologies about Divine Healing”, as part of the Sadler Seminar Series ‘African Knowledges for Global Challenges’.
Professor Ipek Demir will give a keynote at the online Launch Event for the Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX) at the University of Central Lancashire on 15 January 2021. The event runs from 10:40 until 17:00.
In his latest post for the School of Sociology & Social Policy's Northern Notes blog, Dr Paul Bagguley explores the acronym 'BAME' and how it is used in UK media and institutions.