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SYMPOSIUM ON SOCIAL CLASS

The Intersectionalities: Identities and Inequalities Research group has the pleasure in inviting you to its inaugural Symposium on Wednesday 27th January 2010, Chapman Hall, Southlands College, Roehampton University, 2-6pm on:

Class: Towards New Frameworks of Analysis

We are delighted to announce that the speakers will be:

Professor Mike Savage (University of Manchester)
Cultural capital and the politics of belonging

Professor Andrew Sayer (University of Lancaster)
Class, worth and contributive injustice.

Dr. Ben Rogaly and Dr. Becky Taylor (University of Sussex and
Birkbeck College).
“I don’t want to be classed, but we’re all classed”: Making liveable lives in contemporary England.

The discussants will be Professor Gill Crozier (Roehampton University) and Dr. Paul Watt (Birkbeck College).

We will send out a full programme shortly.

As places are limited, please let us know if you wish to attend.

RSVP: A.Kanwar@roehampton.ac.uk

Details: http://www.roehampton.ac.uk/news/events/january-2010/Class_Towards_New_Frameworks_of_Analysis.html

N.B This Symposium is open to Academics and Postgraduate students.

Best wishes,

Floya

Professor Floya Anthias
School of Business and Social Sciences
Roehampton University
Queens Building
Southlands College
80, Roehampton Lane
London S.W.15 5SL
Tel: 0208 392 5047

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