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Seminars 2017

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 1-3 pm om Wednesdays in room B342 ("Bomull"), unless otherwise is noted.

2017-05-31

Simone Scarpa, PhD, REMESO: "Multigroup residential segregation between ethnic groups in Stockholm Metropolitan Area"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Simone Scarpa, Postdoctoral Fellow, REMESO, presents his research beyond the limitations of the conventional two-group approach, which leads to an underestimation of differences in the spatial assimilation trajectories of more narrowly defined groups. Stockholm Metropolitan Area is used as a case study by analysing the residential patterns of a wide range of national-origin groups and considering simultaneously their reciprocal spatial distances.
13:15 - 15:00
Location: B342
For more info contact Branka Likic-Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se, phone 011-363645.

2017-06-09

Public Defence of Doctoral Thesis - Karin Krifors

Public Disputations - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
Karin Krifors defends her doctoral thesis, "Managing Migrant Workers: moral economies of temporary labour in the Swedish IT and wild berry industries".
13:15 - 15:00
Location: K3, Kåken hus, Campus Norrköping
For more info see https://liu.se/organisation/liu/isv/remeso, contact Eva Rehnholm, Institutsadministratör, e-mail eva. rehnholm@liu.se.

2017-06-21

Nicholas De Genova, Professor: "Migration, Race, and Postcoloniality in ”Europe"

Seminar - REMESO - Department of Social and Welfare Studies
At REMESO Guest Seminar and Workshop de Genova will discuss recent conjunctures in critical research on migration and the European question, as well as forthcoming works such as The Borders of “Europe”: Autonomy of Migration, Tactics of Bordering (Duke University Press, August 2017), The “European” Question: Migration, Race and Postcoloniality and The Migrant Metropolis.
13:15 - 15:00
Location: B342
For more info contact Branka Likic-Brboric, e-mail branka.likic-brboric@liu.se, phone 011-363645.


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