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    Migration Studies in Ireland: Trinity, March 2008

    By Noreen Bowden | December 18, 2007

    ‘Migration Studies in Ireland: ­ An Interdisciplinary Postgraduate
    Conference’ will be held in Trinity College, Dublin on March 27-28, 2008.

    Organisers have issued a call for papers from postgrad students working on questions of migration, race, rights, public policy, inter/transculturalism
    and the use of audio and visual media in social research. They welcome input from the fields of sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, linguistics, geography, education, social policy, lens-based practice, film and media studies, race, ethnicity and gender studies, among others.

    This is the inaugural conference but will it occur annually and rotate location between the following convening partner institutions: University College Dublin (UCD); National University of Ireland, Maynooth (NUIM); University College, Cork (UCC); Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT); University of Limerick (UL); Dublin City University (DCU); Trinity College Dublin (TCD).

    Abstracts should be sent to no later than January 20.

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