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Hilary Term 2013 Seminar Room 2, QEH, 3 Mansfield Road, 1-2pm

16 Jan: Sentimentality or speculation? Dream homes, crisis economies and diasporic transformations of urban space in Zimbabwe
JoAnn McGregor (Department of Geography, University College London)

23 Jan: Gender and high skilled migration
Eleonore Kofman  (Social Policy Research Centre, Middlesex University London)

30 Jan: Representing the other: South Asian women and political action
Linda McDowell (Department of Geography, University of Oxford)

6 Feb: The legal adaptation of British settlers in Turkey
Derya Bayır and Prakash Shah (GLOCUL: Centre for Culture and Law, Queen Mary, University of London)

13 Feb: Borders beyond control? Assessing and measuring the effectiveness of migration policies
Hein de Haas (IMI, University of Oxford)

20 Feb: (Un)equal outcomes: using intersectionality to explore Bolivian ex-miners’ migration strategies Tanja Bastia (Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester)

27 Feb: La Lenin transnational: school networks and the reproduction of elites in socialist Cuba and its diaspora
Mette Berg (COMPAS, University of Oxford)

6 Mar: Ties that bind? Networks and gender in international migration. The case of Senegal
Sorana Thoma (IMI, University of Oxford)

Sandwich lunch will be provided on a first come first served basis

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