Really look forward to the launch of the new season of Who do we think we are about ‘Global Britain’, The first episode entitled Of Kings, Songs and Migrants is out the day before the coronation of King Charles III. We will bring to the fore the views of MIGZEN participants on the monarchy, Eurovision and the Commonwealth Games.

The Age of Superdiversity

Researchers from the University of Birmingham and Lancaster University report the often-unheard views on migrants in the UK and British citizens living abroad on the coronation of King Charles III, Eurovision and much more.  Such views are featured in a new season of the popular podcast Who do we think we are? Dedicated to ‘Global Britain’.

The series is co-hosted by Michaela Benson, professor of Public Sociology at Lancaster University, and Nando Sigona, professor of International Migration and Forced Displacement at University of Birmingham.

The series foregrounds a timely understanding of Britain’s migration story focussed on the making of ‘Global Britain’. Considering Brexit as a pivotal moment, it explores what the UK’s exit from the European Union has meant for mobile citizens, migrants, migration flows and governance.

In this way, it reveals an ongoing process of redrawing the boundaries of the imagined community and the role of the migration-citizenship regime…

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