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The International Migration Institute is convening a series of lunchtime seminars this term

They will be in Seminar Room 2, QEH, 3 Mansfield Road, from 1-2pm on the following days:

10 October: 'Citizenship and belonging in a women’s immigration detention centre', Mary Bosworth (Centre for Criminology, University of Oxford)

17 October: 'Social indicators to monitor success in dealing with human trafficking?', David Nelken (Istituzioni giur. e Comunicazione, University of Macerata)

24 October: 'Cultural negotiations of belonging: imagery, new diasporic routes and commodification of Cuba', Catherine Krull (Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen’s University, Kingston) and Jean Stubbs (Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London)

31 October: 'The effects of migration on children and the elderly left behind in Moldova and Georgia', Melissa Siegel (Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University)

7 November: 'International migration and social theory', Karen O’Reilly (Department of Social Sciences, University of Loughborough)

14 November: 'Constructing transnational social spaces among Latin American migrants in Europe', Cathy McIllwaine (Department of Geography, Queen Mary University)

21 November: ‘"Hair Expectations": a short documentary in a hair salon in East London about the lives
and hopes of Brazilians (followed by Q & A with the director)', Anna Paula Figueiredo (Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester)

28 November: 'Socio-legal integration: Polish post-2004 EU enlargement migrants in the UK', Agnieszka Kubal (International Migration Institute, University of Oxford)