Leiden Interdisciplinary Migration Seminars

The Leiden Interdisciplinary Migration Seminars (LIMS) aim at fostering further discussion across disciplines on migration-related topics and creating an open dialogue between the speakers and the attendees. The seminars are a platform for those at Leiden University working on migration-related topics.

Cakes and biscuits are provided and depending on the location of the seminar you can bring your own lunch.


Organisation

Dr. Irial Glynn, researcher at the Leiden University Institute for History


Prof. dr. Marlou Schrover, professor in Economic and Social History at the Leiden University Institute for History


Seminar sessions

Wednesday 28 October 2015, 13.00-14.30h
Gert Oostindie (KITLV), ‘Postcolonial migrations and Dutch memories of colonialism: the case of the decolonization war in Indonesia’.
Discussant: Liesbeth Rosen Jacobson (History)
Location: Huizinga building, Conference Room

Tuesday 24 November 2015, 12.30-14.00h
Marieke Slootman (Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology), ‘‘I am … who I am …’. Ethnic identifications in social contexts’.
Discussant: Judi Mesman (Child and Family Studies)
Location: Huizinga building, Conference Room

Wednesday 16 December 2015, 11.00-13:00h
Maurits Berger (LUCSOR), ‘What are suitable approaches to study Sharia in the West?’.
Discussant: Léon Buskens (LIAS)
Location: Huizinga building, Conference Room

Last Modified: 23-10-2015