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Listen to this podcast from the 23 November seminar

This seminar North–South migration and postcolonial encounters: Portuguese labour migrants in Angola was presented by Lisa Åkesson (University of Gothenburg) in which she unsettles the image of migrants’ border crossing as solely taking place in South–North direction by looking at the contemporary postcolonial Portuguese labour migration to Angola.

Duration: 44:21

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