Knowledge exchange, impact and esteem

We participate in events around the world, and have built an international reputation as a multidisciplinary home for intellectually rigorous yet critically engaged work on racism, ethnicity and nationalism.

Conferences & Seminars

Between 2005 and 2010, CRREN staff gave invited lecture and seminar talks to audiences in:

  • South Africa (Johannesburg)
  • Europe (Paris, Amsterdam, Leiden, Lisbon
  • North America (New York, Toronto, California, Irvine, UCLA, Stanford, San Diego)

In 2011 we will be giving invited addresses at the Universities of Oxford, Grenoble, Geneva and elsewhere.

International Collaborations

Robert Gibb is a steering group member of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Research Network on ‘Language and Social Structure in Urban France’ (PI: Dr Mari Jones, University of Cambridge, total award: £43,286). The network brings together sociologists, sociolinguists and social anthropologists from the UK and France.

Francesca Scrinzi has been, since 2008, a full member of Genre Travail Mobilités (research centre on Gender Work Mobilities), CNRS, Paris, the most important CNRS research centre in France specialising in the study of gender and work.

For more details on our activities, download our Intellectual Development Plan 2010-2013 (PDF 156KB)