Seminars normally take place Wednesdays between 13.30-15.30 at room S 4502 Papirbredden in Drammen, and are open to scholars and policy-makers, as well as staff and students at HBV and members of the community.
You are asked to register in advance for each seminar you wish to attend, by responding to the email link below. (There is no charge). We look forward to welcoming you.
Questions: Professor Audrey Osler
For registration: Dr Lena Lybæk
Seminar series co-convenors
Migrants, teachers and transnational belonging
Wednesday 19 April 2017 13.30-15.30
What does it take to belong? Citizenship regulation and transnational realities
Marta Bivand Erdal, The Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
In this presentation I discuss how people’s transnational ties and increasing diversity are (or are not) reflected in contemporary citizenship regulation in Europe, including requirements for obtaining citizenship, dual citizenship and the loss of citizenship. I juxtapose this regulatory landscape with individuals’ experiences of belonging, often involving transnational ties and multiple loyalties, drawing on interviews with non-migrants and migrants in Norway. The presentation is based on ongoing research within the Governing and Experiencing Citizenship in Multicultural Scandinavia project, funded by the Research Council of Norway.
Citizenship and language learning: what can we learn from migrant teachers?
Tony Burner, HBV