2010-2011

Next seminar

to be rescheduled

Speaker: Alice Bloch (City University, Sociology)
Where: UCL, Room G07, Geography Department, Pearson Building
Paper: The multiple impacts of deportability on the lives of young undocumented migrants in England

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Seminar format

When: Tuesdays, 5-6:30pm

Papers will usually be circulated to members of the mailing list in advance of the seminars. Seminars will usually involve a short presentation, a discussant and an open discussion among the participants.

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Full schedule

12 October 2010

Speaker: Barbara Harrell-Bond (Founder, Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford)
Where: SOAS (Room 4418, Main building)
Paper: Addressing the lack of legal aid for refugees in the “global south”

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9 November 2010

Speaker: Mary Crock (Sydney)
Where: LSE, Room OLD.3.28 (Old Building)
Paper: Australian Asylum Policy: The Role of Policy, Politics and Human Rights in Managing Unauthorised Boat Arrivals

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23rd November 2010

Speaker: JoAnn McGregor (UCL Geography)
Where: UCL, Room G07, Geography Department, Pearson Building
Paper: Rethinking immigration detention: removal centres as spaces of religious revival and politicization

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30 November 2010

Speaker: Sarah Spencer (Oxford) and Jason Pobjoy (Cambridge)
Where: LSE, Room NAB 2.16 (New Academic Building)
Paper: The Relationship between Immigration Status and the Allocation of Rights: Exploring the Rationale (PowerPoint)

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25 January 2010

Speaker: Christian Joppke (American University of Paris)
Where: LSE, Room NAB.115
Paper: ‘Limits of Restricting Islam: The French Burqa Law of 2010′

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8 February 2011

Speaker: Nadje Al-Ali (SOAS Gender Studies)
Where: UCL, Room G07, Geography Department, Pearson Building
Paper:  Iraqi Women’s Diaspora Mobilization: Gender, War & Transnational Activism

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8 March 2011

Speaker: Christina Boswell (Edinburgh)
Where: LSE, Room KSW.G108
Paper: The political uses of research in migration politics and policymaking

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10 May 2011

Speaker: Claire Mercer (LSE)
Where: SOAS (Room B102)
Paper: Distinctive developments: African diaspora associations and African development

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to be rescheduled

Speaker: Alice Bloch (City University, Sociology)
Where: UCL, Room G07, Geography Department, Pearson Building
Paper: The multiple impacts of deportability on the lives of young undocumented migrants in England