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RSC Public Seminar Series Programme - Michaelmas/Autumn 2009

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Dear FM List,

Please find below the schedule for the RSC Public Seminar Series  
(Michaelmas/Autumn Term 2009). The theme of the series is 'The  
Politics of Refugee Voices'. Everyone is welcome.

Best regards,
Nando

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Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series
"The politics of refugee voices"
Michaelmas Term 2009

Convened by Nando Sigona

Wednesdays from 17.00 to 18.30, Seminar Room One, Queen Elizabeth  
House, 3 Mansfield Road, except for 18 November.
14 October
Dr Giorgia Doná (University of East London)
'Bystanders' to violence: the politics of visibility and invisibility  
during conflict and post-conflict

21 October
Prof Alessandro Triulzi (University of Naples L‚Orientale, Italy)
'Like a man on Earth': Listening to migrant voices from the Horn of  
Africa and screening of the award winning documentary 'Like a man on  
Earth' (2008, 60‚)

28 October
Dr Leah Bassel (City University, London)
Voices at the Intersections: Asylum, Integration and the Struggle for  
the Public Sphere

4 November
Dr John Nassari (University of East London)
The refugee voice and the problems of representation

11 November (also part of the QEH Public Seminar Series)
Prof Robin Cohen (International Migration Institute, University of  
Oxford)
The formation of social identities among refugees and migrants:  
trajectories and intersections

18 November (10th annual Harrell-Bond Lecture)
Prof Jan Egeland (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs and  
former UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and  
Emergency Relief Coordinator)
Beyond blankets: in search of political deals and durable solutions  
for the displaced

25 November
Prof Robert Barsky (Vanderbilt University, USA)
 From the American Dream to Maximum Security Lockdown: The Muzzled  
Voices of 'Illegal‚ Refugees in the 'American South'

2 December
Dr Miriyam Aouragh (University of Oxford)
Virtual space - Territorial place: The internet, Palestinian diaspora,  
and the construction of an imagined community

The schedule of the Michaelmas Term 2009 Seminar Series is available  
in PDF at
http://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/PDFs/Wednesday%20Seminars%20Michaelmas%202009.pdf

The 10th Harrell-Bond Lecture takes place at the Oxford University  
Museum of Natural History (Parks Road, 0X1 3PW, Oxford)

Please note, seminars are subject to last minute changes and it is  
therefore advisable to check in advance on RSC website:
http://www.rsc.ox.ac.uk

-- 

Nando Sigona
Research Officer
Refugee Studies Centre
Oxford Department of International Development (ODID)
University of Oxford

3 Mansfield Road
OX1 3TB Oxford
United Kingdom

tel: +44(0)1865281703
fax: +44(0)1865281730
Email: [log in to unmask]
Web: RSC www.rsc.ox.ac.uk/Sigona.html
Young Undocumented Migrants [YUM] website www.staff.city.ac.uk/yum


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