3rd Postgraduate Conference on Migration
“Understanding Migration: States of (Un)Belonging”
Date: Thursday, 15th June 2017
Venue: The Diamond, 32 Leavygreave Rd, Sheffield S3 7RD
Keynote Speaker: Dr Nando Sigona (The University of Birmingham)
The University of Sheffield Postgraduate Migration Research Network invites you to attend the 3rd Conference on Migration. This one-day intensive research conference aims to explore issues on migration and belonging – or unbelonging, and offer diversified insights into a wide range of migration topics and discussions. The conference aims to provide a friendly environment for postgraduate and early career researchers to engage in discussion regarding migration research, past, present, and future migration agendas, integration, representation of migrants and the evolution of migration policies.
The conference is free to attend, however registration is required as spaces are limited.
Register for the conference using the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/dYlfgVHYM8ai2rYu2
If you are only attending Dr Nando Sigona’s Keynote Lecture, please register here.
Download the conference program here on PDF format (programme may be subject to change – updated on May 2nd)
Please download this document for information related to the day, including registration, meals and follow up activities. In this document you will also find relevant information to plan your travel and stay in Sheffield.
|Conference Venue, Keynote Lecture and Annual Lecture||Lecture Theatre 5, 6 and 7. Address: The Diamond
32 Leavygreave Road Sheffield S3 7RD
|Registration, tea and coffee breaks and lunch break.||ICOSS Foyer. Address: 219 Portobello, Sheffield S1 4DP|
The conference is co-sponsored by the Sheffield Migration Research Group, Department of Geography, The Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID), The Department of Politics, The Department of Sociological Studies, The Sheffield Centre for Law and Society, and the Department of Urban Studies and Planning.
Thekli Anastasiou (Law), Dr Marcia Vera Espinoza (Politics), Laura Foley (Politics), Sarah Linn (Urban Studies and Planning), Katy Steward (Languages), Esteban Sanchez Botero (Journalism), and Rebecca Murray (Geography).
Last year conference: Check here the report of the 2nd Annual Postgraduate Conference 2016.