Updates

18 May 2022

We are very pleased to be part of a collaborative photographic exhibition that will be included in the Migration Matters Festival 2022, in Sheffield. The title of the project is: A Tale of Two Sheffields: Everyday Borders and City of Hope

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11 February 2022

The Art Workshops in Hull and Sheffield are almost completed.

In this post, we share some pictures taken during our sessions.

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26 November 2021

In this post for The Conversation, we show that international travel restrictions related to the pandemic have seriously restricted migrant families’ engagement in the transnational family practice of visiting home.

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22 July 2021

As the Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted in the UK, we are coming to the end of a year of socially distanced fieldwork.

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9 July 2021

This presentation was given by Julie Walsh during a series of webinars on Decolonialising Families and Relationships organised by the BSA Families and Relationships study group.

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29 September 2020

We share some of our reflections on starting fieldwork for the 'Everyday Bordering' in the UK project during the pandemic in a post for the Sociological Studies research blog at the University of Sheffield.

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27 July 2020

Work with collaborating organisations began in the Spring of this year, although the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing measures have made this challenging.

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