UCLan Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile - MIDEX Book Launch Series

20 December, 2021

From January 2022, MIDEX will host a series of book launches related to MIDEX members. Here you can find the programme for the whole semester. Anyone is welcome to join, attendance is free!

12 January 17:00-18:00 (Online only)

  • Kim, Jihye (2021). From Sweatshop to Fashion Shop: Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the Argentine Garment Industry, by Jihye Kim (Lanham: Lexington Books)
  • Zani, Beatrice (2021). Women Migrants in Southern China and in Taiwan. Mobilities, Digital Economies and Emotions (Abington & New York: Routledge)

 

9 February 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Hadjigeorgiou, Nasia (2020). Protecting Human Rights and Building Peace in Post-violence Societies: An Underexplored Relationship (London: Bloomsbury Publishing)
  • Uwazuruike, Allwell (2020). Human Rights under the African Charter (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan)

 

16 March 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Rice, Alan and Andrea Sillis (2020). Lubaina Himid: Memorial to Zong (Preston: Uclanpublishing)
  • Haas, Astrid (2021). Lone Star Vistas: Travel Writing on Texas, 1821-1861 (Austin: University of Texas Press)

 

6 April 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Artamonova, Elena, Galima Lukina and Olga Tabachnikova (2020). Russian-British Intercultural Dialogue: Russian Music in Britain – British Music in Russia (Moscow: State Institute of Art Studies)
  • De Paor-Evans, Adam (2020). Provincial Headz: British Hip Hop and Critical Regionalism (Sheffield: Equinox Publishing Ltd) De Paor-Evans, Adam (2020). Scratching the Surface: Hip Hop, Remoteness and Everyday Life (Merseyside: Squagle House)

 

11 May 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Moreno, Alicia (2022). The Translation of Irony: Examining its Translatability in Narratives (Oxford: Peter Lang)
  • Omlor, Daniela and Eduardo Tasis Moratinos (2022). Figures of exile (Oxford: Peter Lang)

 

 UCLan Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile - MIDEX Book Launch Series

Latest News

Christine Lang

SC EduSocial at the IMISCOE Conference 2022

23 June 2022
The Standing Committee Education and Social Inequality is involved in a number of sessions at the IMISCOE Annual Conference 2022 in Oslo - below is a list. We look forward to interesting papers and debates! We want to highlight especially the open...
IMISCOE Network Office

Call for members for IMISCOE PhD Academy 2022

16 June 2022
Application Call 2022 Call for members for the IMISCOE PhD Academy The call for members for the IMISCOE PhD Academy has now opened and closes 21 August 2022. The IMISCOE PhD Academy aims to provide targeted migration research specific training and...
IMISCOE Network Office

Call for new editors - Comparative Migration Studies

15 June 2022
The journal Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) invites applications for several new members of the Editorial Board. In particular, CMS invites non-European scholars working on migration and (migration-related) diversity from various disciplines,...

read more

IMISCOE Network Office

Conference programme now available

14 June 2022
The programme of the #IMISCOE2022 Annual conference is now available! Participants to the 19th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Oslo and online can now access the detailed conference programme by logging in the conference portal:...
IMISCOE Network Office

New migration podcast episode is out!

14 June 2022
A new episode is out! It is the third and last Special Episode together with the people of the culture and inequality podcast! Amanda Paz Alencar (Erasmus University Rotterdam) interviewed guests Earvin Cabalquinto (Deakin University) and Myria Georgiou...