Director and Founder of CMR, Dr. Stavroula Pipyrou, has been invited to give the keynote lecture at a workshop tomorrow, held by the Conflict and Security Cluster of the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI), called “Insecurity from Below: Minorities, Security and Securitisation of Group Relations”, in Flensburg, Germany. Stavroula Pipyrou’s talk will be “On […]
Events that are affiliated and advertised, but not hosted, by CMR.
The Fife Centre for Equalities is hosting an event on human trafficking and modern day slavery. 10:30am-12:30pm Friday, November 8th, 2019 Gillespie Centre in Dunfermline. The event is free, however requires registration. This event is particularly targeted at local professionals, although all are welcome. CMR’s Kathryn Fredricks will be attending, representing CMR. ~~~~ Event Description: […]
Thursday 31st October at 4 pm at St Mary’s College, Lecture Room 1. Igiaba Scego, born in Rome to a family of Somali origins, is a well-known writer, journalist and activist. She will be discussing race in Italian society today as well as her recent non-fiction title, Al Roma Negata: Percorsi postcoloniali nella città (Ediesse), about Italy’s negated colonial […]
Please join us for a conversation between CMR’s Dr. Emma Bond (University of St Andrews) and Professor Aine O’Healy (Loyola Marymount University), who will be discussing their recent publications: Writing Migration through the Body (2018) and Migrant Anxieties: Italian Cinema in a Transnational Frame (2019), respectively. This event is hosted by the Department of Italian, […]
Victoria Fomina (PhD candidate at Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology Central European University) Thursday 22 November, 4-5.15pm, Buchanen Building, Room 216 This talk will explore how Christian Orthodox conceptions of economy come together with neoliberal visions of the market and social virtue in post-Soviet Russia. It analyzes Orthodox intellectuals’ recent attempts […]
This week’s CRSCEES lecture takes place Tuesday, 13 February at 5pm, Buchanon Building 312
Dr Emily Finer will join Monika Szydłowska for a discussion of her work on Polish immigrants in the UK and her recent book ‘Do You Miss Your Country?’. The event is organised by the Centre for Russian, Soviet, Central and Eastern European studies.
Announcing the 2017-2018 Lecture Series for the Centre for Russian, Soviet, Central and Easter Studies (School of Modern Languages).
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).