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CCIG Forum 10

Tuesday, 2 February 2010, 10:30 - 18:00

The Open University, Walton Hall, Library Seminar Rooms 1 & 2, Milton Keynes, MK7 6AA

February's forum includes two seminars.

February's forum includes two seminars -  Nando Sigona from the University of Oxford and Marja Kim Hutchings from the London School of Economics - and a CCIG Keynote Lecture by Tania Li from the University of Toronto.  In addition, Jane McCarthy and Rachel Thomson will be leading a session on Young People and Intergenerational Relationships.

Programme (PDF version attached below):

10:15     Meet and greet over coffee/tea

10:30     Introduction
               CCIG Director 

10:45    Young People and Intergenerational Relationships: Cross Faculty Networks
               A discussion led by Jane McCarthy and Rachel Thomson

11:45    "Via gli zingari dall'Italy! [Gypsies out of Italy!]": Institutional discrimination and social exclusion of Roma and Sinti in Italy
Nando Sigona, University of Oxford

              Chaired by Vicki Squire

13:15    Lunch

14:00    Feminist Re-Thinkings of Security
Kimberly Hutchings, London School of Economics

              Joint seminar of the Securities Programme and Feminist Reading Group 
              Chaired by Claudia Aradau

15:30    CCIG Keynote Lecture: To Make Live or Let Die? Emergent Assemblages for the Protection of Surplus Populations
Tania Li, University of Toronto, with responses from Jessica Pykett, Aberystwyth University, and John Clarke, The Open 

              Chaired by Janet Newman         

17.00     Keynote Reception