In May 2020, we launched our (Red) Walls, (Brexit) Borders and (Pandemic) Politics seminar series, inviting speakers relevant to the themes of our research, to build discussions that bring together academic and practitioner perspectives.
Recordings of each talk are made available soon after the event. These can be found within the individual event pages below.
30th April 2021. We are pleased to welcome Zana Vathi, Reader in Social Sciences at Edge Hill University and Director of the Migration Working Group – North West. She specialises in migration studies and has been doing research in this field since 2005. Her main areas of interest are migrants’ inclusion and politics of integration…
19th March 2021. We were pleased to welcome Emma Hill, University of Edinburgh, to discuss the role of asylum in urban gentrification. Emma is an interdisciplinary researcher, with expertise in displaced migration in the Global North, race, migration and decolonisation, and is currently a Research Fellow on the Governance and Local Integration of Migrants and…
25th November 2020. In this joint webinar, Northern Exposure and the Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC) are pleased to welcome author Ben Rogaly to present his new book: Stories from a Migrant City: Living and Working Together in the Shadow of Brexit.
21st October 2020. We were pleased to welcome authors from University of Huddersfield, to present key arguments and concerns from their new book: ‘Race’, Space and Multiculturalism in Northern England: The (M62) Corridor of Uncertainty.
16th September 2020. We were pleased to welcome to our webinar, authors Maria Sobolewska and Robert Ford to present their new book: Brexitland: Identity, Diversity and the Reshaping of British Politics.
1st July 2020. We were delighted to host a keynote talk by Jon Lawrence, Professor of Modern British History, University of Exeter, and author of: Me, Me, Me? The Search for Community in Post-war England.
21st May 2020. The first webinar in our ‘(Red) Walls, (Brexit) Borders and (Pandemic) Politics’ project webinar series started with a keynote presentation titled ‘Class inequality, community studies and COVID-19’ from Lisa Mckenzie.