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Virtual seminar series Spring 2021

Seminars are held on Wednesday 4.30-6PM on Zoom, with the exception of the final seminar which will be held 5-6.30PM. For more information about each seminar, please check our events calendar.

The seminars are free, but all attendees will need to register via Eventbrite (links for individual sessions below)

13/01/21: Why Pakistanis Vote: Configurations of Corruption, Patronage, and Programming in a National Election

4.30pm - 6pm GMT

Speaker: Fatima Tassadiq, University of Pennsylvania

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03/01/21: “But now they will treat us better”: Whiteness, passing, and racialisation among young post-Soviet migrants in Helsinki, Finland

4.30pm - 6pm GMT

Speaker: Daria Krivinos, University of Helsinki

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10/02/21: Reconstructing Race: Design Thinking and the Future of Schools in Post Katrina New Orlean

4.30pm - 6pm GMT

Speaker: Christien Tompkins, Rutgers

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03/03/21: The Imperial Optic: Pakistani Muslim Youth, Race, and Mobility

4.30pm - 6pm GMT

Speaker: Mariam Durrani, Hamilton College

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17/03/21: Race, Indigeneity, and Genetic Ancestry in South Africa

4.30pm - 6pm GMT

Speaker: Noah Tamarkin, Cornell University

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24/03/21: Black Skin, Brown Masks: Carceral Progressivism and the Co-Optation of Multiracial Politics

5pm – 6.30pm GMT

Speaker: Savannah Shange, University of California, Santa Cruz

Co-sponsored by The Centre for Feminist Research

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