Friday 8th June 2018, 10am-16.15pm

University of St Andrews

 

 9.30 – 10.00       Registration & Coffee

10.00- 10.05       Kim McKee (Chair), University of St Andrews – Welcome

10.05 – 11.00     Hannah Jones, University of Warwick
‘Go Home – whose home? How both immigration and the ‘hostile
environment’ are ordinary in the UK

11.00 – 12.15     Sharon Leahy, University of St Andrews
‘Propelling Precarity through the Immigration Act’

David Robinson, University of Sheffield
‘Migration, Housing and Marginality in England: a retreat into the past’

12.15 – 13.00     Lunch

13.00 – 14.15     David McCollum, University of St Andrews
‘Patterns and Perceptions of Migration, How Distinct is Scotland?

Eloise Nutbrown, COSLA
Title TBC

14.15 – 15.00    Anna Pearce, ASH Project
‘The Hole is Getting Deeper’

15.00 – 15.15    Coffee

15.15 – 16.00    Regina Serpa, Heriot-Watt University
‘Second Class Citizens? The Experience of Homeless EEA Nationals in
the UK and Brexit’

16.00 – 16.15   Conclusions

 

Registration
To register please email Kim McKee (km410@st-andrews.ac.uk). Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis with registration closing 21st May 2018. This is a free event and lunch and coffee will be provided on the day. Please advise if you have any special dietary requirements.

 

Bursaries
A small number of travel bursaries (up to £50) are available for delegates to support attendance at this event. Please indicate in your registration whether you would like to be considered for one. Priority will be given to early-career researchers.

 

      

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.

Dr Gurchathen Sanghera, one of the Center’s Assistant Directors from International Relations has a new book: Child Labour in India: Globalization, Power, and the Politics of International Children’s Rights.