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Who Do we think We are: Connected Sociologies Workshop

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Who do we think we are? is a one-day workshop for educators and students (16+) on race, migration and belonging in the UK. It foregrounds approaches to these topics that are attuned to the relationships between past and present, and between local and global geographies, and will examine some of the legacies of colonial and global histories in contemporary British society.

The workshop will focus on the ways in which historical research, family histories, personal biographies, lived experiences can be put to work when exploring these topics. Further, it highlights how we can uncover these methodologically through creative and visual methods.

The workshop aims to give educators and students new tools to support and enhance learning on these topics, both inside and outside formal classroom settings.

The workshop is supported by the Connected Sociologies Curriculum Project and the Sociological Review Foundation.

Event (Conference)

TitleWho Do we think We are: Connected Sociologies Workshop
LocationLancaster University
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Degree of recognitionNational event