[TCD] Migrant activism: Seminar and Book Launch

 

 

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND PHILOSOPHY

TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

 

You are cordially invited to:

Integration from below – half day seminar and book launch of Migrant Activism and Integration from Below in Ireland (edited by Ronit Lentin and Elena Moreo, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)

Based on the Migrant Networks project, Trinity Immigration Initiative

 

 

  • Venue: Seminar room,Institute ofInternational Integration Studies, 6th floor,ArtsBuilding, Trinity College Dublin

 

  • Date/time:  Friday 4 May 2012 10.00 – 15.00

 

Programme:

10.00 Registration

Welcome: Prof James Wickham, Head ofSchool ofSocial Sciences and Philosophy, TCD

Chair: Ronit Lentin, Department of Sociology, TCD

 

10.30 Liz Fekete, Instituteof Race Relations, London: ‘The threat to integration: Racism, authoritarianism and the far-Right in Europe’.

11.15 Mark Maguire, Dept of Anthropology, NUI Maynooth: ‘Suspect Identities: Integration and security from below’.

11.45 Elena Moreo, IIIS, TCD: ‘On visibility and invisibility: Migrant practices between regimes of representation and self-determination’

12.15 David Landy, Department of Sociology, TCD: ‘How do you negotiate power? A social movement perspective for migrant associations’
12.45 Discussion

13.15 Lunch

14.15 Book launch: Gavan Titley, Centre for Media Studies, NUI Maynooth

Admission is free but reservation is required.  Please RSVP by Friday 20 April, to Elena Moreo, moreoe@tcd.ie

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