Ethnicity and migration in the study of societies and polities
The Centre of Ethnicity and Citizenship, based within SPAIS, recognises the importance of ethnicity and migration to the study of contemporary societies and polities, and to prospects for social justice and social cohesion. The centre combines research into political discourses and socio-economic structures with an interest in everyday practices, culture, and experience on the one hand, and normative theory on the other.
- Professor Modood discusses multicultural nationalism on openDemocracy 15 August 2018
- Tariq Modood discusses the role of multiculturalism, interculturalism and diversity of governance at the Alfred Deakin Institute 15 August 2018
- Tariq Modood discusses ‘Remaking the Nation: Immigration, Integration and Multicultural Nationalism’ 15 August 2018
Martyn Percy - 'A tattered tapestry? Challenges to church, nationhood and establishment in 21st century Britain'
25 October 2018, 5.00 PM
Thomas Lacroix - 'City networks and migration governance: a global overview'
15 November 2018, 5.00 PM
Chris Bertram (University of Bristol) - 'Should migrants' rights be restricted if this leads to more migration and reduces global poverty?'
29 November 2018, 5.18 PM
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