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Seminars 2015

REMESO seminars are either work seminars for the researchers at the Institute or guests presenting their research for discussion.  Most of our seminars are open for interested visitors from outside of the Institute, contact us for information and texts. Xolani Tshabalala (xolani.tshabalala@liu.se) and Branka Likic-Brboric (branka.likic-brboric@liu.se ) are in charge of the seminars.

REMESO seminars are always held at 10-12 am om Wednesdays in room B533 ("Bomull"), unless otherwise is noted.

2016-02-17

20% Seminar, Olav Nygård

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
The seminar will be in English.
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Xolani Tshabalala, e-mail xolani.tshabalala@liu.se, phone 011-363673.

2016-02-24

Application Workshop

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Last date to sign up: 2016-02-21
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Branka Likic Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se.

2016-03-02

Guest Seminar, Dr. Tobias Davidsson, Department of Social Work, Gothenburg University, "Understödets rationalitet. En genealogisk studie av arbetslinjen under kapitalismen".

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Dr. Tobias Davidsson is a social worker and works as a senior lecturer at the Department of Social Work at Gothenburg University. There he is also responsible for a research network dedicated to the study of social exclusion and control. The seminar will be in Swedish.
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Xolani Tshabalala, e-mail xolani.tshabalala@liu.se, phone 011-363673.

2016-03-09

Guest Seminar with Ilker Ataç, PhD, Research Fellow, University of Osnabrück: "Asylum seekers’ protests in Vienna. The making of citizenship through location of the protest movement"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Ilker Ataç, PhD Research Fellow, University of Osnabruck presents his research on how and to what extent asylum seekers and their allies succeeded in challenging exclusionary policies that pushed asylum seekers to the margins of society. The focus is on the spatial strategies of a protest movement in the case of the Vienna refugee protest camp.
10:15 - 10:15
Location: B533
For more info contact Branka Likic-Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se.

2016-03-23

Dissertation Seminar 60 percent, Xolani Tshabalala

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Preliminary title:"Hyenas of the Limpopo: Surplus Movement, Mediation and Social Transformation across Zimbabwe’s Border with South Africa"; Commentator Anja Karlsson Franck, School of Global Studies, Gothenburg University
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Branka Likic Brboric, e-mail Branka.likic-brboric@liu.se.

2016-04-13

Guest seminar with Frida Boräng, PhD, Department of Political Science, Gothenburg University "National Institutions, International Migration: Labour Markets, Welfare States and Immigration Policy"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Frida Borän is currently Assistant Professor at the Department of Political Science and Research Fellow at the Quality of Government Institute (QoG). She is also affiliated to the Centre for European Research at University of Gothenburg (CERGU).She will present her work on how labour market and welfare state institutions influence immigration policy. The seminar will be in English
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Xolani Tshabalala, e-mail xolani.tshabalala@liu.se, phone 011-363673.

2016-04-20

Guest Seminar with Professor Giuseppe Sciortino, University of Trento: "Solidarity, Justice and Incorporation"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Giuseppe Sciortino, Professor of Sociology at the University of Trento, Italy and the Willy Brandt Guest Professor, Malmö University presents his research.
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B 533
For more info contact Branka Likic Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se.

2016-05-18

Guest Seminar with Professor Madina Tlostanova, Linköping University: "New faces of the global coloniality and the dead-end of the external imperial difference"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Madina Tlostanova, a chair in postcolonial feminism at the Department of Thematic Studies (Gender Studies) at Linkoping University, will present her research. She is a trans-diasporic scholar with mixed ethnic origins (Circassian, Tatar, Uzbek). She was trained in Moscow State University as an American Studies major focusing on the US Southern fiction, then gradually drifted to multiculturalism and transcultural aesthetics to finally shift to post/ decolonial interpretation of the post-soviet space, subjectivities, literature and the arts.
10:15 - 12:00
Location: B533
For more info contact Branka Likic-Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se.


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