This year is all about dissemination! I am very excited about presenting findings from the Living Together project at a number of conferences. On 29 March, I am taking part in the IMISCOE Spring Conference: Transforming Mobility and Immobility – Brexit and Beyond in Sheffield, UK. On 5 April, I am giving a talk as part of the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in Washington DC, US and on 26 April as part of the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, coincidentally taking place in Glasgow this year! Then, on 9 May I will be bringing my ‘Sheffield’ talk to Edinburgh to the Migration Mobilities Research Network Annual Conference. Finally, at the end of August I will be sharing more project insights at the Royal Geographical Society Annual Meeting in London, UK. I am also planning to prepare an end of study report in the second half of the year, so please stay tuned!
List of the project talks:
- 29 March 2019, Sheffield, UK: ‘Keep calm and carry on’: Significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit (Transforming Mobility and Immobility – Brexit and Beyond)
- 5 April 2019, Washington DC, US: Throwntogetherness in the East End of Glasgow: Responses to Brexit among migrant and the long-settled population (AAG 2019)
- 26 April 2019, Glasgow, UK: Living together in the context of Brexit: Negotiating uncertainty in the East End of Glasgow (BSA 2019)
- 9 May 2019, Edinburgh, UK: ‘Keep calm and carry on’: Significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit (MMRN 2019)
- 28-30 August 2019, London, UK: Coming together: Diverse community spaces in the East End of Glasgow (RGS 2019)