Events

Decolonising epistemological and methodological perspectives in Migration Studies: Language, translation and transcription   Wednesday 23rd March, 2-4pm UK time, online Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/decolonising-perspectives-in-migration-studies-language-and-translation-tickets-248577220157 PGR members of the Leeds Migration Research Network (https://mrn.leeds.ac.uk) invite you to a seminar addressing issues of language, translation and transcription as they relate to the politics and...

“Family Practices in Migration: Everyday Lives and Relationships” webinar with presentation of the book and guest speaker Prof Eleonore Kofman 18th June 2021, 4-5:30pm (BST) / 17-18:30hrs (CET) This event launches the collection Family Practices in Migration: Everyday Lives and Relationships edited by Martha Montero-Sieburth, Rosa Mas Giralt, Noemi Garcia-Arjona...

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LMRN General Meeting Tuesday 4th December 3-4pm Room G.03 Baines Wing   The Leeds Migration Research Network is university-wide network of scholars with a shared interest in migration, displacement, mobility, refugees and asylum seekers, ethnicity/race and decoloniality. The network bringing together over 70 members across a range of faculties together...

At our Autumn event, we have a programme of three papers on borders, families, care, feminism and decoloniality. Come and join the discussion with old and new members of the Leeds Migration Research Network. Details of the event and the presentation are below: Leeds Migration Research Network seminar November 22nd...

The University of Leeds is hosting the annual RC21 International Urban Studies conference on campus next week, Monday to Wednesday 11-13 September 2017. This is the biggest annual gathering of critical urban scholars in human geography, sociology, politics and related disciplines. Around 700 delegates from 50 countries will be on campus attending...

Speaker: Dr Gholam Khiabany Date: 30th November 2016 Location-Leeds Humanities Research Institute In recent times sections of British press and political establishment have described refugees with reference to ‘toxic waste, human flotsam, an unstoppable flood and a terrorist threat’. Refugees are invariably accused of “seeking a better life, wanting to...