Exciting opportunity for collaborative work on migration and diversity between UK and Japan-based scholars. Travel bursaries available. Deadline for Call for Papers: 31 August 2019.
The University of Birmingham’s Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRIS) and Waseda University’s Institute of Asian Migrations (IAM) have established a research network focused on new and old migrations and diversities. The network is called NODE UK|Japan (New and Old Diversities Exchange).
Funded by the UK’s ESRC and AHRC and Japan’s SSH and the Japan Foundation, the NODE UK|Japan network is working to create a sustainable network of academics to undertake comparative research exploring old and new migrations and diversifications in UK and Japan. This international symposium to be held on 2-4 December 2019 is the first step in supporting the collaboration of UK/Japan academics and will be followed by opportunities for fully funded exchanges.
This is an open call for papers for the New and old migrations and diversities in UK and Japan symposium to be held at Waseda University, Tokyo. We invite submissions that…
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