This term's Public Seminar Series at the Refugee Studies Centre has a particular focus on Syria and the Middle East. Topics covered include Iraqi migrants in Syria, Syrians working in Turkey, and Islamic traditions of refuge.
Also this term is the Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2018, which will be given by Professor Bridget Anderson (School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, University of Bristol) on 6 June under the title "Let language not betray us": immigration, enforcement and modern slavery.
Location: Seminar Room 3, Oxford Department of International Development, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford OX1 3TB
Series convenor: Dr Ali Ali
Book launch for 'Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State'
Professor Dawn Chatty, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Forced Migration, Refugee Studies Centre
Iraqi migrants in Syria: the crisis before the storm
Dr Sophia Hoffmann, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin
Syrian labour in the Turkish economy
Dr Emre Korkmaz, Newton International Fellow, Oxford Department of International Development
Islamic traditions of refuge in the crises of Iraq and Syria
Dr Tahir Zaman, Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Sussex
Outsourcing border control: the politics and practice of contracted visa policy in Morocco
Dr Federica Infantino, Postdoctoral research fellow, Université Libre de Bruxelles
"Let language not betray us": immigration, enforcement and modern slavery | Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2018*
Professor Bridget Anderson, Professor of Mobilities, Migration and Citizenship, University of Bristol
All seminars are free to attend and open to everyone.
* Registration is not required except for the Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture on 6 June - for registration details for this lecture, please see the website: https://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/colson2018
We hope to see you there!
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