When: Wednesday, March 29, 2023, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PMWhere: Hybrid: online and Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS
This hybrid roundtable event on global interconnectedness and decolonisation is part of the series 'Legacies and Liabilities? Decolonial, Interdisciplinary, and Intersectional Approaches to the Nineteenth Century Now'.
Topics will include: Globalisation, movement & circulation of people; institutionalised inequalities & diasporic identities; rhetorics of immigration, belonging, and national identity.
We are excited to be joined by a panel of expert speakers:
The roundtable discussion will be followed by an opportunity to continue conversations over refreshments for those able to attend in person. All are welcome, but please register via Eventbrite to join.
The event is a part of the workshop series and is organised by Dr Rachel Bryant-Davies, Director of Centre for the Study of the Nineteenth Century and its Legacies (Queen Mary University of London) and Dr Amanda Sciampacone (The Open University) and supported by IHSS.