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"Work and Exploitation"
With Professor Julia O'Connell Davidson, Professor in Social Research, University of Bristol and Professor Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship, University of Bristol.
Julia O'Connell Davidson is Professor in Social Research at the University of Bristol. She has a longstanding interest in work and economic life, and has conducted research on privatisation and employment relations, prostitution, sex tourism, 'trafficking', child migration, and 'modern slavery'. Her most recent book is 'Modern Slavery: The Margins of Freedom', Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.
Bridget Anderson is Professor of Mobilities, Migration and Citizenship at the University of Bristol. She was previously Research Director of the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS). Her interests include citizenship, nationalism, immigration enforcement (including ‘trafficking’), and care labour. Her most recent authored book is Us and Them? The Dangerous Politics of Immigration Controls (OUP, 2013).
The Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series
Professor Rosemary Crompton was a pioneering sociologist. Her insights into class and gender inequalities produced a large body of work which continue to have resonance today. After Rosemary’s premature death in 2011, the academic community sought to perpetuate her memory by holding an Annual Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture. The lecture series is organised around the key themes of her work: gender, class and employment.
The Rosemary Crompton Memorial Lecture Series is a public event and is open to all. However, we do ask attendees to register online.
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