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Embodying China’s Educational (Im)Mobilities: Ethnographic Insights

A Sociological Review Foundation Seminar Series Funded by The Sociological Review Foundation Organised by Keele University and University of Bath Co-hosted by King’s College London Organisers: Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Keele University) and Professor Catherine Montgomery (University of Bath) For abstracts of all papers in this seminar series, please click here. With the quickening pace of economic development in China and […]

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The Landscape of Chinese Educational (Im)Mobilities: Perspectives of Larger-Scale Data

Time: 11:00am – 4:00pm, Thursday 9th November, 2017 Location: River Room, Strand Campus, King’s College London Confirmed speakers include: Professor Yaojun Li (Manchester University), Professor Futao Huang (Hiroshima University, Japan), Professor Catherine Montgomery (University of Bath), Dr Cora Lingling Xu (Keele University), Dr Lu Wang (University of Hull) In this seminar, papers will employ larger-scale data to […]

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Educating China on the Move: China’s Relations with Key Strategic Powers

Time: 12:00pm – 5:00pm, Friday 1st December, 2017 Location: University of Bath Confirmed speakers include: Professor Ka Ho Mok (Lingnan University, Hong Kong), Dr Johanna L. Waters (Oxford University), Dr Dian Liu (University of Stavanger, Norway), Lulu Sun (IOE, UCL) In this seminar, we will focus on China’s role as an education provider for mobile students and […]

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Multi-Layered Uncertainties of Young ‘Brexiting’ Eastern Europeans in the UK

By Aija Lulle and Russell King In our ongoing work about youth spatial mobilities in Europe, we pay special attention to how young people try to generate positive outcomes for themselves, countries and regions in Europe through their own migration experiences. Uncertainty and risk are fundamental to migration and, crucially, we want to know and […]

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Embodying China’s educational (im)mobilities: Ethnographic insights

By Cora Lingling Xu In September 2017, we hosted the first of our Sociological Review Seminar Series on ‘A Sociology of Contemporary Chinese Mobilities: Educating China on the Move’ at Keele University.  We focused our research antenna on the nuanced, day-to-day corporal experiences of individuals involved in the processes of China’s educational (im)mobilities. We put […]

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