Events In 'Events' IRiS Key Concepts Roundtable seriesSuperdiversity: International conferenceEventsPrevious events Back to 'Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS)' Dates for the diary Integration and identity for Birmingham's British Poles DateSunday 29th November 2015 - Thursday 31st March 2016Location: Birmingham, Museum and Art GalleryDescriptionThe Midlands Polish Community Association supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund is pleased to present the exhibition 'Fitting in and Getting Along: Integration and Identity for Birmingham's British Poles' att the BVSC: In the Community Gallery in the Museum & Art Gallery Birmingham from 29 November 2015 - 31 March 2016. Making the nation 'safer' and the monolingual mindset: 'suspect communities' and multilingualism in intelligence and armed conflict DateWednesday 24th February 2016Location: 4th floor, Muirhead Tower, Room 429DescriptionTerrorism and the measures to counter home-grown Islamic terrorists have contributed to the discursive construction of British Muslims as a 'suspect community.' This paper examines how English language proficiency has entered discourses of radicalization. The paper will then investigate the implications of the devaluing of heritage languages of Muslims for intelligence and conflict. International conference – Frontiers and borders of superdiversity: theory, method and practice DateThursday 23rd - Friday 24th June 2016DescriptionThe Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham is organising the second international interdisciplinary conference on superdiversity. The aim of the conference is to map the state of the art in knowledge on superdiversity and reflect on the analytical and heuristic uses of the concept, its potential and limits. Displaying 1 to 3 of 3 Previous events Our Previous events page has a complete list of all events hosted by the Institute for Research into Superdiversity since its launch in June 2013.