This event aims to bring together academics, with an interest in race and ethnicity, to network and develop new research themes that focus on the ways that social, political, and economic relations interact with race and ethnicity in a given society, region, or community.
The roundtable workshop is an opportunity for researchers to network, learn about ech other's reseach, forge new collaborative links, and develop new research themes. The session will begin with each participating member presenting a brief overview of their own research. We will then break into small groups based on research interests to discuss potential collaborations and new projects. This will be followed by a summary of the day, and a plan for future steps.
The mains themes of the day will include (but not limited to):
- Race, ethnicity, technology & the media
- Intersectional perspectives on race & ethnicity
- Issues of identity and development in relation to race & ethnicity
- Issues of race & ethnicity in connection to employment or human rights
- Historical understandings & construction of race & ethnicity
- Issues of racial & ethnic identity & stereotypes
Additionally, any other form of scholarship that focusses on race and/or ethnicity may be discussed.
- Issues of race and ethnicity research roundtable
- Date: 4 December 2019
- Time: 12 – 4pm
If you are interested in taking part, contact Dr Nicole Fielding (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Roundtable is facilitated by Dr Nicole Fielding and Dr Udeni Salmon.
Dr Nicole Fielding
Equalities Project Manager
Nicole has been at the University since 2007, initially as a postgraduate student, and then joining the University as a member of staff in 2012. She is responsible for managing many of the equality initiatives run through the Centre, including coordinating our Athena Swan activities, and developing a series of EDI-related microcredentials. With a PhD in heritage science, Nicole is a co-founder of the Newton Academy – the Science Club for Girls, and is a keen advocate of promoting early science engagement through hands-on activities that are both challenging and fun. Staff profile
Dr Udeni Salmon
Udeni holds a MA (Joint Hons) in English and Russian from the University of Oxford, an MSc in Computation from the University of Manchester and an MBA from the Open University. Her research interests are concerned with how power manifests itself in organisational relationships. She uses intersectionality, critical race theory, black feminist theory and Pierre Bourdieu's "thinking tools" to theoretically inform her work. She writes in the areas of family firms, entrepreneurship, innovation, and modern slavery. Academic profile