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The Impact of Diasporas - Connection, Contestation, Convergence

Commencing on Thursday 21st January, the Hilary Term Seminar Series is a joint venture between IMI and COMPAS, arising from a research proposal submitted to the Leverhulme Trust.

Convened by Nicholas Van Hear, Alan Gamlen and  Robin Cohen, the series brings together a variety of academics to investigate the social, economic, political and cultural impacts of diaspora.

For a full list of seminars in the series, click here

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