21 October - 9 December 2020, online @ Linköping University

Open and working seminars

REMESO Seminars

The Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society (REMESO) at Linköping University (Sweden) offers open seminars and working seminars on Wednesdays at 13:15-15:00 held via zoom meeting.

Anyone interested could attend open seminars. It is also possible to attend working seminars even if you are not REMESO Faculty or Affiliate, but please contact Catrin Lundström This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Haqqi Bahram This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
More information at https://liu.se/en/article/remeso-seminarier

21 October

How is intersectional antiracism done on social media? A study of racialized Swedish activist platforms

Mavis Hooi, PhD-candidate REMESO, 20%.

Working seminar.

4 November

Learning servitude: Gender, domestic work and indentured labour

Paula Mählck, Associate Professor, REMESO

Working seminar

18 November

Revis[ualis]ing intersectionality: Methodological reflections

Magdalena Nowicka, Professor, Humboldt University in Berlin

Open seminar

2 December

Violent states: From penal nationalism to penal imperialism, the role of law in mobility control

Vanessa Barker, Professor, Stockholm University

Open seminar

9 December

Solidarity in diversity

Christina Hansen, PhD, Malmö University

Open seminar

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