Gawlewicz A (2022) Throwntogetherness in the context of Brexit: Diverse community spaces in the East End of Glasgow. City. 26(2-3), pp. 385-396. DOI: 10.1080/13604813.2022.2055928 (open access)
Gawlewicz A & Yiftachel O (2022) ‘Throwntogetherness’ in hostile environments: Migration and the remaking of urban citizenship. City. 26(2-3): 346-358. DOI: 10.1080/13604813.2022.2056350 (open access)
Sotkasiira T & Gawlewicz A (2021) The politics of embedding and the right to remain in post-Brexit Britain. Ethnicities. 21(1): 23-41. DOI: 10.1177/1468796820913419 (open access)
Gawlewicz A (2020) “Scotland’s different”: Narratives of Scotland’s distinctiveness in the post-Brexit-vote era. Scottish Affairs. 29(3): 321-335. DOI: 10.3366/scot.2020.0326 (final author copy here)
Gawlewicz A & Sotkasiira T (2020) Revisiting geographies of temporalities: The significance of time in migrant responses to Brexit. Population, Space and Place 26(1): e2275. DOI: 10.1002/psp.2275
Sotkasiira T & Gawlewicz A (2020) Ties that bind, or ties that count? The pressure on EU citizens to be ‘deserving’ migrants. LSE Brexit Blog.
Gawlewicz A (2019) What people say about migration and Brexit: Stories from Glasgow’s East End. LSE Brexit Blog.
Please, get in touch if you wish to get a PowerPoint version of the slides below with a suggested narrative (30-40 mins speaking time). Target audience: secondary school students, undergraduate students, voluntary and third sector organisations, community groups, international audiences, etc. For non-commercial use only.
- Free movement in the European Union: East-West migration
- Brexit (UK society, EU citizens in the UK & British citizens in the EU)
- Distinctiveness of Scotland in the context of Brexit
- ‘Migrants matter to cities’: Polish migrants in the East End of Glasgow
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