Boundary Crossing: An international interdisciplinary conference on immigration and social justiceBook now
Monday 3 - Tuesday 4 September
King Alfred Quarter, University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR
Understanding the crisis of forced migration means attending to questions of social justice that include conflict, economic hardship, globalisation, climate change and shifting attitudes to immigrants, nationalism and xenophobia. No one academic discipline by itself can hope to provide a definitive account of the breadth and depths of this crisis. It is for this reason the University of Winchester invites proposals for papers, workshops, exhibitions and performances from all academic disciplines to form original judgements on the nature of this crisis and what might be done to address it. The conference will be a platform for the sharing of research, evidence, ideas and insights into good practice along with advancing cross-disciplinary insights and dialogue.
if you would like to present a paper at the conference, please submit your abstract to BoundaryCrossingConference@winchester.ac.uk for consideration by the Conference Organising Committee.
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