Appel à communication “Word on the move : migration, societies and change”, Université de Manchester, deadline 30 avril 2017
L’université de Manchester (Angleterre) organise un colloque sur le thème “Word ont the move : migration, societies and change”.
Date du colloque : 30 octobre-1er novembre 2017.
Deadline pour la remise des propositions de communication : 30 avril 2017.
About the Conference
The conference will provide an arena for discussion, debate, and the development of future research projects. Plenary sessions from world-leading migration researchers, panels, and workshops will create spaces for the development of sustainable networks and relationships across the academic, policy, not-for-profit and media sectors. The first day will be a half day policy and politics event where distinguished speakers from policy, activist, NGO and media backgrounds will debate the question ‘How is Brexit Britain responding to a world on the move?’.
We invite proposals for papers, workshops, exhibitions and performances which respond to and confront the relationship between migration and the various social, political, environmental and economic upheavals currently in process worldwide. We hope to include discussions around issues such as forced displacement, asylum, labour migration, trafficking, diaspora, integration, citizenship and their reciprocal relationships with conflict, economic inequalities, hardship, climate change, political change and social transformation. The following themes are intended as a guide:
1) Home, Borders, Identities
2) Media, Culture, New Populisms
3) History, Agency, Institutions
4) Languages, Narratives, Expressions
5) Methodologies, Research and Practice
- Abstract Deadline: 30 April 2017
- Notice of Acceptance: 30 May 2017
- Registration: 15 July 2017
- Conference: 30 Oct – 1 Nov 2017
Conference Committee Members
Dr Tanja Müller, Prof Bertrand Taithe, Prof Uma Kothari, Prof Yaron Matras, Dr Tamara West, Dr Cathy Wilcock
Cathy Wilcock, Migration Lab Co-ordinator and Researcher: Cathy.email@example.com