564 Where are you from? Experiences of exclusion, marginalization and racism. Part II

Friday, August 3, 2012: 12:30 PM-2:00 PM
NB 436 (Faculty of Economics)

RC38 Biography and Society (host committee)
RC05 Racism, Nationalism and Ethnic Relations

Language: English
Session Organizers:
Roswitha BRECKNER, University of Vienna, Austria and Helma LUTZ, University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Roswitha BRECKNER, University of Vienna, Austria
Moving racisms, shifting targets: An analysis of race in postcolonial Britain (Oral Presentation)
Vicki HARMAN, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK, United Kingdom; Shamser SINHA, University Campus Suffolk, United Kingdom

“I am German, too” biographical accounts of young Muslim women from an intersectional perspective (Oral Presentation)
Aletta DIEFENBACH, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Black graduated women in the workplace in France. Experiences of exclusion and marginalization (Oral Presentation)
Carmen DIOP, Université Paris 13 Villetaneuse - EXPERICE (Paris 8/Paris 13), France

The inclusion/exclusion-process of the foreign brides in Taiwan (Oral Presentation)
Hsiao-Mei JUAN, Tunghai University, Taiwan

Same same but different - Experience of discrimination, marginalization and exclusion (Oral Presentation)
Claudia VORHEYER, Senior Researcher, Switzerland

Where are you from? The case of France (Oral Presentation)
Stéphanie CASSILDE, CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg

‘Where are you from' in the domestic labour market. The employment of immigrants in Italy through life course analysis (Distributed Paper)
Annalisa LENDARO, LEST-CNRS, Aix-en-Provence (France), France