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Ordering the commercial world: Foreign merchants, chambers of commerce and the global trade system in late 19th century China.

Nov 27, 2020 2pm - 3pm

Presented by Jiaxin Jiang, PhD Candidate, History Faculty, Sun Yat-sen University and Visiting Student, University of Cambridge

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Registration via: https://www.humanmovement.cam.ac.uk/events/event-rego

Handbook “UN Global Compact on Migration as an Interpretative Tool for Legal Practitioners”

Nov 27, 2020 3pm - 4pm

In Conversation with:

  • Prof. Elspeth Guild, Professor of Law, Queen Mary University London
  • Kathryn Allinson, Queen Mary University London
  • Adrian Berry, ILPA and Garden Court Chambers

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Registration via: https://www.humanmovement.cam.ac.uk/events/event-rego

Studying socialisation among small- and medium-N cohorts: The example of Frontex and EASO officials in Lesvos

Dec 11, 2020 2pm - 3pm

Presented by Gil Thompson, PhD Candidate, Berlin Graduate School for Global and Transregional Studies, Free University of Berlin

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Registration via: https://www.humanmovement.cam.ac.uk/events/event-rego

Book “Capitalism on the Edge: How Fighting Precarity Can Achieve Radical Change Without Crisis or Utopia”

Dec 11, 2020 3pm - 4pm

In conversation with:

  • Dr Albena Azmanova, Reader of Political and Social Thought, University of Kent
  • Prof James Galbraith,  Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government, University of Texas at Austin

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Registration via: https://www.humanmovement.cam.ac.uk/events/event-rego

The Post-Windrush Generation: Black British Voices of Resistance

May 21 / 22, 2021

A nation whose sense of history is derived from the history of the struggle of its people mostly non-literate and without formal historians of their own, must boldly enter into its unwritten, invisible record the oral traditions, the collective memory of the people in order to truly reveal what in fact has been achieved. (Kamau Braithwaite)

This pathbreaking conference will explore what it really means to be black in Britain, providing a space for leading black commentators to address a range of core themes including identity, belonging, recognition and resistance.

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Memories in Transit

New dates to be determined

This interdisciplinary conference brings together scholars from various disciplines researching transnational dimensions of memory, subjectivity and identity formation, broadly defined. Exploring the social-political processes and identities that resist or transcend neat categorisations of the ‘local’, ‘national’ or ‘global’, this conference explores different modes of transnational memory and commemoration that shape identities such as race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, and sexuality. The conference seeks to refine conceptual and methodological issues surrounding transnational memories, forms of remembering, and identities through a discussion of contemporary and historical case studies from across the globe as well as theoretically focused contributions to the field.

The conference will be relevant to sociologists, historians, literary critics, political scientists, and human geographers interested in the relationships between memory and mobility.

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