Entries by Kathryn Fredricks

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CMR Inaugural Event: February 16, 2018

We are very happy to announce that the inaugural event of the Centre for Minorities Research will take place on 16th February 2018, 1-4pm, at Parliament Hall. The Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of St Andrews Professor Sally Mapstone will open the event and the keynote speech will be delivered by Professor Philomena Essed, Antioch University, known for […]

University of Verona, Centre for Ethnographic Research and Applied Anthropology

  We are very happy to announce the Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Human Sciences, University of Verona, Centre for Ethnographic Research and Applied Anthropology (Centro di Ricerche Etnografiche e di Antropologia Applicata “Francesca Cappelletto” – CREAa) and the Centre for Minorities Research, University of St Andrews The general purpose is to acknowledge […]

New Logo

We would like to thank Metin Şanalan (System Support Engineer & Computer Engineer) for his imaginative contribution towards the CMR logo!

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LGBT History Forum

LGBT History Forum to celebrate LGBT History month in the University of St Andrews – 23rd February 2018 – Byre Theatre Studio (Support from Saints LGB, the History Society, the School of History and Kate Ferris, head of Equality and Diversity committee, School of History).

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Minority Politics in the Mediterranean World

Paul A. Silverstein reviews the following four books in the History and Anthropology review essay: Minority politics in the Mediterranean World. Religious Difference in a Secular Age: A Minority Report, by Saba Mahmood The Grecanici of Southern Italy: Governance, Violence, and Minority Politics, by Stavroula Pipyrou Spain Unmoored: Migration, Conversion, and the Politics of Islam, by Mikaela H. Rogozen-Soltar The […]