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(Re)producing Insecurities


Europe, Migration and the New Politics of (In)security

White Rose Network Workshop

Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences

University of Sheffield


Friday 29 September 2017


09:30 - 10:00

Registration, refreshments, opening remarks, ICoSS Conference room

10:00 - 11.15

Session 1: Fearful encounters: race, belonging and migrant precarity

Chair: Aneta Piekut, Sheffield Methods Institute

Alexandria Innes, University of East Anglia, Research, activism, and urban immigration in a small city

Paul White and Jocelyn Finniear, Swansea University, Securities of (be)longing: beginning an ethnographic examination of alterity, sameness and difference within post industrial communities

Maria Abranches and Ulrike Theuerkauf, University of East Anglia, Migration experiences, (in)securities and the Brexit referendum: preliminary findings of migrants’ responses to racist rhetoric and actions in Great Yarmouth

11:30-12:15

Session 2: EU insecurities in South Yorkshire

Chair: Gwyneth Lonergan, Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield

Tina Patel, University of Salford, Pip Tyler, Migration Yorkshire and Phil Brown, University of Salford, Insecure bodies: the impact of Brexit on Roma in South Yorkshire

Jeremy Abrahams, Remain/Leave http://www.jeremyabrahams.co.uk/remain-leave

Lunch

13:00-14:30

Session 3: Everyday borders in street-level bureaucracy

Chair: Joe Turner, Politics, University of Sheffield

Léa Lemaire, Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) & Science Po Aix (France), The role of citizens in the politics of insecurity Malta and Sub-Saharan migrants

Nora Ratzmann, London School of Economics and Political Science, Transforming the status of EU citizens: The making of foreigners at German street-level

Rachel Lewis, University of Warwick, Anxiety and the precarious subject: affect in the contemporary UK citizenship regime

14:45-16:15

Keynote: Professor Adrian Favell, University of Leeds, Crossing the Race Line: Brexit, Citizenship and “Immigrants” in the Referendum

Roundtable discussion: Beyond (in)securities? Alterity and practices of resistance post-Brexit vote

Chair: Majella Kilkey, University of Sheffield

Ben Knight, University of Manchester

Tesfalem Habte Yemane, Refugee Education and Training Advisory Service

Pip Tyler, Migration Yorkshire

Roundtable speakers will respond to Professor Adrian Favell’s keynote talk and offer their own reflections on migrant resistance to insecurity, as a lead in to a discussion about the practical, conceptual and political challenges to researching (re)producing insecurities.

16:15-16:30

Closing remarks: migration insecurity research horizons, White Rose Network leads: Deirdre Conlon (Leeds), Alex Hall (York), Hannah Lewis (Sheffield)


Location

Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences

219 Portobello

Sheffield

S1 4DP

ICOSS is building 19 on the following campus map:

https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/polopoly_fs/1.697545!/file/campus-map-a-z-april-17.gif


Public Transport

20-25 minutes walking from Sheffield Rail Station, Sheaf Street.

10 minutes by tram from Sheffield Rail Station to West Street (Netherthorpe), trams every 10 minutes (destination: Malin Bridge - blue line).

Local Public Transport: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/visitors/mapsandtravel/local-public-transport

Rail or Coach: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/visitors/mapsandtravel/train

Park and Ride: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/visitors/mapsandtravel/parkandride

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