Contextualizing racism and migration: time, place and generational perspectives in anti-racist praxis 

ESREA - European Society for Research on the Education of Adults

Wednesday 22 - Friday 24 April 2020
Partick Burgh Halls, Glasgow, Scotland 

Key Dates: 

  • Deadline for the submission of abstracts 22 November 2019 (extended by 1 week from 15 November)
  • Acceptance of proposals will be announced Jan 2020
  • Register by 10 March 2020 (extended from 28 February)
  • Cancellation by 31 March 2020 (for 50% refund)

Organised by  

School of Education Research and Teaching Groups: People, Place and Social Change and Culture, Literacies, Inclusion and Pedagogy 

UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts (UNESCO RILA) 

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Contacts

Abstracts

Please send your abstracts to: esrea-mtrn-2020@glasgow.ac.uk  

Queries

For questions please contact one of the network convenors:  

Angela Pilch-Ortega (University of Graz/A) angela.pilch-ortega@uni-graz.at

Annette Sprung (University of Graz/A) annette.sprung@uni-graz.at

Marcin Starnawski (University of Lower Silesia/PL) marcin.starnawski@dsw.edu.pl 

Srabani Maitra (University of Glasgow/UK) Srabani.Maitra@glasgow.ac.uk

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Scientific Committee

Scientific Committee

Giovanna Fassetta, Bella Hoogeveen & Bonnie Slade (University of Glasgow/UK)

Marcin Golebniak & Marcin Starnawski (University of Lower Silesia/PL)

John Grayson

Alisha Heinemann (University of Bremen/D)

Brigitte Kukovetz, Angela Pilch-Ortega & Annette Sprung (University of Graz/A)

Linda Morrice (University of Sussex/UK)

Steffi Robak (University of Hannover/D)

Simon Warren (University of Roskilde/DK)

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Organising Committee

Bella Hoogeveen, Srabani Maitra & Lauren Roberts (University of Glasgow)

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ESREA Migration, Transnationalism and Racisms Network

Transnational migration is one of the defining characteristics of the 21st century, dramatically affecting not only the lives of those who migrate, but also the lives and communities of those among whom migrants come to live and work. The network creates a space to explore the role of adult education and learning in all its forms (formal and informal), and locations (community, workplace, institutional), in relation to migration, transnationalism and the new lines of exclusion and social hierarchies created. It encourages critical dialogue in this emerging field with the aim of developing new theoretical and methodological resources and understandings.

The network will explore these themes through concepts such as belonging, democratic citizenship, anti-racism, community solidarity and activism; it will seek to challenge and problematize policy responses and ‘othering’ processes in relation to migration. The network also tries to open up a space for a (self-)critical reflection on migration research and its contribution to hegemonic discourses on migration. Previous conferences of the Network took place in Sheffield (2009), Graz (2012), Wrocław (2014) and Edinburgh (2018).

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