Inspired by the necessity to pave the way for more coherent methodological guidance in migration research, this event is the first of a series of workshops aiming to rethink the study of migration.
In this occasion, three scholars will be asked to share and discuss, in an approachable language, reflections on decolonising approaches that can be translated into broader empirical, methodological, and epistemological tools to inform and innovate research practice in migration studies. This will be followed by a discussion session with the audience with the hope to exchange opinions, ideas, practice, experiences.
Open to: Staff, Students and Community
Organisers: Dr Lara Momesso and Dr Fazila Bhimji (UCLan)
Delivered by: Dr Khatidja Chantler (Metropolitan University of Manchester), Dr Rubina Jasani (University of Manchester) and Dr Abraham Sunita (University of Lancaster)
No registration needed – Click here to join the meeting
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