Event Title

Transnational Mobilities and Translocational Belongings: Reflecting on Identities and Inequalities

Streaming Media

Location

18/F, Patterson Office Tower

Start Date

3-4-2015 2:00 PM

Description

Held in conjunction with ST 600 "Transnational Lives," Dr. Floya Anthias is the third speaker in the Committee on Social Theory Spring Lecture Series. Her research spans a range of theoretical and empirical concerns relating to a focus on racism, diaspora and hybridity, multiculturalism, gender and migration, labour market disadvantages and class position. Her most recent work has been developing the concept of translocational positionality as a way of addressing some of the difficulties identified with concepts of hybridity, identity and intersectionality. Her recent book, Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration, is co-edited with Mojca Pacnik (Palgrave).

 
Apr 3rd, 2:00 PM

Transnational Mobilities and Translocational Belongings: Reflecting on Identities and Inequalities

18/F, Patterson Office Tower

Held in conjunction with ST 600 "Transnational Lives," Dr. Floya Anthias is the third speaker in the Committee on Social Theory Spring Lecture Series. Her research spans a range of theoretical and empirical concerns relating to a focus on racism, diaspora and hybridity, multiculturalism, gender and migration, labour market disadvantages and class position. Her most recent work has been developing the concept of translocational positionality as a way of addressing some of the difficulties identified with concepts of hybridity, identity and intersectionality. Her recent book, Contesting Integration, Engendering Migration, is co-edited with Mojca Pacnik (Palgrave).