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The Migration History Seminar presents exciting new research, wide ranging in geography and chronology and in how migration is defined.
All sessions will be held online using Zoom on Wednesdays, 5-6.30pm GMT. Registered attendees (via Eventbrite) will receive a link to join each session ahead of time.
12 October: Uttara Shahani, Caste, Partition and the Prevention of Exit
16 November: Sophie Cooper, Women Write: Comparing Experiences across the Irish Religious Diaspora
7 December: Elise Franklin, Threads of Decolonization: Social Institutions and Algerian Family Migration after Empire
18 January: Jessica Fernández de Lara Harada, Transpacific Crossings: Anti-Asian racism in the Euro-Amerindian 'mixed-race' racial system of 'mestizaje'
22 February: Kennetta Hammond Perry, The Prayers of David Oluwale: Writing History Along the Bias Grain
22 March : Freddy Foks, Emigration state: subsidising and restricting Commonwealth migration in twentieth-century Britain
19 April: PhD Session - Amelia Francis, Sameema Rahman and Karl Arthur
24 May: Regina Donlon, Identifying and (De)constructing Mutative Ethnicities in the Tuke-Irish immigrant communities, 1875-1920
You can download the programme abstracts here .