Migration, Ethnicity and IdentityEvent type:
Location: Institute of Historical Research, Bangor University
Migration, Ethnicity and Identity: Perspectives from the Celtic Nations.
With few exceptions, migration, ethnicity and identity in Britain have been addressed in a predominantly Anglo-centric perspective, with the Celtic nations being largely neglected in academic enquiry or exclusively investigated as countries of emigration. This conference aims to bring together academic researchers and others to investigate commonalities and differences in the experiences of migrants and minorities in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The conference addresses migrants and ethnic groups in a broad sense, including both ‘foreign’ and ‘internal’ (within the UK) migrants together with ‘indigenous’ and/or ‘long-established’ ethnic and minority groups.
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