This one day international workshop explores how forms of mobility and the collective identities constructed by Caribbean migrants have been transformed over the twentieth century. Bringing together geographers, historians and anthropologists, the workshop investigates how migratory routes, trans-national networks, and sites of settlement have been remade within the Caribbean and the UK.
Date: Wednesday 22 July 2009
Venue: University of Manchester
Speakers include Elizabeth Thomas-Hope, Ceri Peach, Howard Johnson, Colin Clarke, Margaret Byron, Elaine Bauer and Laurence Brown.
Dr Laurence Brown
Lecturer in Migration History
School of Arts, Histories and Cultures
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL
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