The HOMELandS research group and the University Research Communities are working together to stage an ‘unconference’ entitled The Many Faces of Migration on 29th and 30th April 2021.
At the University of Westminster many colleagues specialise in migration-related research and the unconference format is designed to showcase that research in its many, diverse forms with panel discussions, interactive roundtables, an online exhibition and other knowledge-sharing and co-creative activities.
The organisers welcome academic papers, posters, exhibition pieces, musical works, poetry, unconventional presentations of on-going research, all of which celebrate the many faces of migration. Contributors are encouraged to share their work, experiences and ideas in a relaxed, non-hierarchical setting, to generate innovative ideas to further migration research.
‘Migration’ is defined broadly, referring to the diverse experiences associated with trans-border and trans-national mobilities.
The deadline for contributions is 26th March, and full details are available here:
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