UCLan Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile - MIDEX Book Launch Series

20 December, 2021

From January 2022, MIDEX will host a series of book launches related to MIDEX members. Here you can find the programme for the whole semester. Anyone is welcome to join, attendance is free!

12 January 17:00-18:00 (Online only)

  • Kim, Jihye (2021). From Sweatshop to Fashion Shop: Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship in the Argentine Garment Industry, by Jihye Kim (Lanham: Lexington Books)
  • Zani, Beatrice (2021). Women Migrants in Southern China and in Taiwan. Mobilities, Digital Economies and Emotions (Abington & New York: Routledge)

 

9 February 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Hadjigeorgiou, Nasia (2020). Protecting Human Rights and Building Peace in Post-violence Societies: An Underexplored Relationship (London: Bloomsbury Publishing)
  • Uwazuruike, Allwell (2020). Human Rights under the African Charter (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan)

 

16 March 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Rice, Alan and Andrea Sillis (2020). Lubaina Himid: Memorial to Zong (Preston: Uclanpublishing)
  • Haas, Astrid (2021). Lone Star Vistas: Travel Writing on Texas, 1821-1861 (Austin: University of Texas Press)

 

6 April 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Artamonova, Elena, Galima Lukina and Olga Tabachnikova (2020). Russian-British Intercultural Dialogue: Russian Music in Britain – British Music in Russia (Moscow: State Institute of Art Studies)
  • De Paor-Evans, Adam (2020). Provincial Headz: British Hip Hop and Critical Regionalism (Sheffield: Equinox Publishing Ltd) De Paor-Evans, Adam (2020). Scratching the Surface: Hip Hop, Remoteness and Everyday Life (Merseyside: Squagle House)

 

11 May 17:00-18:00 (Adelphi Lecture Theatre 1 (ABLT1) and Online)

  • Moreno, Alicia (2022). The Translation of Irony: Examining its Translatability in Narratives (Oxford: Peter Lang)
  • Omlor, Daniela and Eduardo Tasis Moratinos (2022). Figures of exile (Oxford: Peter Lang)

 

 UCLan Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile - MIDEX Book Launch Series

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