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Lecture: Global migrants, local cultures: historical perspectives on overseas migration to Britain

Fri 8 Mar 2013, 6 for 6.30pm, Room 9130, Cantor Building, City Campus

Visiting Professor Laura Tabili gives the first of a series of three public lectures: Anchors and bridges: women's hidden centrality to global migration. With insights drawn from her in-depth research into the history of migration to Britain, her work has important implications for current debates on overseas migration and community cohesion.Lectures made possible by a Leverhulme Trust Award to Sheffield Hallam University's Department of Humanities. Places are free and include refreshments, but must be booked in advance. Sheffield Hallam University

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