Immigration Activism and Public History in France
Dr Louisa Zanoun (Génériques)
The Ethnicity, Race and Racism Seminar (ErRS) series at Edge Hill is very pleased to present the first in our new seminar series of interviews ‘Lived Experiences Of Anti-Racist Activism in Europe Since The 1970s’. For this event Dr Louisa Zanoun will be in conversation With Dr Daniel Gordon, Senior Lecturer in European History at Edge Hill University.
Louisa is a historian with a career in business, academia and the non-profit sector in London, Montreal and Paris. As Head of Research at Génériques, a Paris-based NGO promoting the history and memory of immigration, she worked on several national and European projects on immigration in France and in Europe.
ErRS is an interdisciplinary research hub that explores pressing contemporary questions of race, racism, and ethnicity across time and space. Each year, we run a themed seminar programme and a symposium. Learn more about ErRS at their homepage.
This event is organised by ErRS and supported by the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P). The event takes place at Edge Hill University’s Ormskirk Campus
Date: Thursday 16th February 2017
2.30pm Arrival and Refreshments