Two generations of British Chinese women and the academic community came together for the first time to celebrate the identities and diversity of British Chinese women.
Members of HOMELandS will participate in the ‘Rights and Might: Cultural Counter-Narratives of the Migrant and Refugee Experiences’ conference as part of this year’s Refugee Week.
Members of HOMELandS shared research with Chinese and international scholars at an international symposium on Transnational Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies. The symposium took place in Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China from 10-13 December 2016.
We are delighted to announce the publication of a special issue, titled 'The material turn in migration studies', by peer-reviewed open-access journal Modern Languages Open.
HOMELandS research hub is launched with strong support from the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures.