Thurs 25 Sept 2014, 3.30pm, WTA, Goldsmiths, University of London
The Sociology PhD party will be launching a new book by one of our doctorate students Angelo Martins Junior who has authored
‘Lives in Motion: notebooks of an immigrant in London’ (2014, published by Whyte Tracks).
Based on ethnographic research with Brazilians working in the service sector in London, this book presents a documentary narrative of lives, journeys and stories of people on the move, presenting tales of both triumph and woe.
Discussant: Yasmin Gunaratnam (Sociology Dept, Goldsmiths), author of Death of the Migrant: bodies, borders and care (2013), Narrative & Stories in Health Care and Researching Race and Ethnicity: Methods, Knowledge and Power (2003). She is a member of both the Media Diversified and Feminist Review collectives. http://www.gold.ac.uk/sociology/staff/gunaratnam/
Chair of discussion: Nirmal Puwar (Sociology Dept, Goldsmiths), author of Space Invaders: race, gender and bodies out of place (2003) and Curating Sociology (forthcoming. She has co-edited 15 collections and is Co-Director of the Methods Lab.
Thurs 25 Sept 2014, 3.30pm, WTA, Goldsmiths, University of London, Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6NW.
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