Westminster Sociology Open Talks in 2016-17 bring together Sociology staff with external speakers to explore a shared topic of interest.

In the third talk of the academic year, Dorrie Chetty is joined by Dr Clifton Evers from Newcastle University. Clifton will be discussing his ethnographic work on Australian expats in China, exploring how straight white masculinity travels and mutates with transnational mobility. Dorrie will draw on interviews with migrants and migrant organisations to consider the impacts of ‘crisis talk’.

This event is open to academics, students and members of the public who are interested in this important topic. Refreshments will be provided.

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Visit the Sociology in the City website for more information.