Talk alert! I have been invited to give a talk about the Living Together project as part of the symposium ‘Researching migrant and ethnic minority communities in Scotland’ at the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen on 18 March 2020. In my talk, I will focus on the narratives of distinctiveness in Scotland in the context of Brexit. In doing so, I will draw upon interviews and a focus group with Polish migrants and the long-settled population in the East End of Glasgow.
- 18 March 2020, Aberdeen, UK: “Scotland’s different”: Narratives of Scotland’s distinctiveness in the post-Brexit-vote era (Symposium: Researching migrant and ethnic minority communities in Scotland)
Added on 16 March 2020: The symposium has been cancelled because of the rapidly changing coronavirus situation. The event will be re-scheduled, so watch this space for updates.