LONDON THE PROMISED LAND REVISITED:
A CONFERENCE IN CELEBRATION OF 15 YEARS OF THE CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF MIGRATION AND ITS DIVERSITY
15th May 2010 - 9.30 am - 4 pm
Queen Mary University of London
CHAIR: ANNE KERSHEN (FOUNDER OF THE CENTRE FOR THE STUDY OF MIGRATION)
Caroline Bowden (QMUL) - English Nuns and London in the 17th century; exile or
John Eade (Roehampton) - Keeping up with multicultural diversity in the global
city; the implications for research and policy making.
Nicholas Evans (Hull) - Protecting Fortress Britain? Maritime solutions to alien
immigration - past and present.
Cathy McIlwaine (QMUL) - Legal Latins: negotiating migrant irregularity among Latin
American migrants in London.
Parvathi Raman (UCL) - Tales from the Boundary - cricket and national identity in
the South Asian Diaspora.
Bronwen Walter (Anglia Ruskin) - Irish/Jewish diasporic intersections in the East
End: paradoxes and shared locations.
John Wood (OU) - Crime, the Courts and Ethnicity in 18th and early 19th century
London: Blacks as victims and offenders.
Advance:£20 (£30 on the day): Concessions - students and senior citizens: £15
advance (£20 on the day)
To register and for further details contact:
Louise Mead, Senior Events Officer
Department of Corporate Affairs
Queen Mary, University of London
Tel: 020 7882 5148
fax: 020 7882 3706