IRiS Seminar Series

Posted on Monday 6th January 2014

Migration, Citizenship and Diversity: Questioning the Boundaries

All are welcome to the following seminars which are being jointly convened by Dr Nando Sigona from the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS), and Dr Katherine Tonkiss from the School of Government and Society. You can follow the Seminar series on Twitter @IRiS_Birmingham or #IRiSSS.

Phil Cole15 January 2014, Room 429, Muirhead Tower (3 pm)
Beyond Reason: The Philosophy and Politics of Immigration
Philip Cole, University of the West of England

Additional materials: Podcast and Blog

29 January 2014, Room 415, Muirhead Tower (4 pm)
Making up a passport: hyper-documentation and the ethics of 'illegal' residence in Russia and Kyrgyzstan
Madeleine Reeves, University of Manchester

12 February 2014, Room 427, Muirhead Tower (3 pm)
Struggles against subjection: the consequences of criminalization of migration on migrants' everyday lives
Agnieszka Kubal, University of Oxford

Additional materials: Podcast

26 February 2014, Room 429, Muirhead Tower (3 pm)
Conviviality, encounter, diversity, migration: But where did race go? Thinking about multiculture by bringing sociologies of race and superdiversity together
Sarah Neal, University of Oxford

If you would like more information about the above Seminars, please contact Ann Bolstridge, No need to register - just turn up!

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